TIV (Fernsehsender, 1996 – 2001)

Private Television Station in Vienna

TIV (oder „T.I.V. – True Image Vision“ oder „TIV – Der sexy Sender“) was a commercial TV-Station in Vienna/Austria (1996 – End of 2001).
It was one of the first private Stations in Austria after the change of Austrian Cable Law in 1995, which allowed broadcasting in Cable Systems for other parties than State-TV ORF.

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R.A.M.S „Tod dem Fernsehen“ (CDROM / Video, 1993 – 94)

R.A.M.S. CDROM / Video dealing with the fundamentals of the American Public-Access-Movement compared to Austria.

This quite ancient work (1994) was based on a research travel to the U.S., which Margarete Jahrmann and me did in 1993 participating an art project by Museum In Progress (Reise zu den Quellen).

In 1994 Max Moswitzer joined the team, and together we finalized a „music-techno-clip style“ Video and a CDROM.

Some of the video parts took weeks to render on machines of this time – it was a hot summer, we cooled our feet and same our computers – so this project is an example how to use public available technology to the edge.

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K4 – Vienna City Radio (1993 -1994)

Concept K4 – Vienna City Radio (Stadtradio Wien) 1993 – 94

European national landscapes have a significant gap between public and private interests, mirroring the state of democratisation and democratic conciousness in societies. Leading countries as The Netherlands are in sharp contrast to the Austrian incredible media concentration combined with the lack of any access.

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