Heritage Radio Network is an association of cultural journalists and editors forming a South-Eastern- and Central-European network of radio-stations.
HRN is a trans-national platform dedicated to web-based cultural journalism with impetus to use Internet-Radio to further the European debate about cultural heritage. Working in mixed media formats and cross-border collaborations HRN seeks to be innovative in cultural journalism.
The offered categories correspond to diverse angles on cultural heritages and what it means to us today:
HRN Magazine - emphasizes on a specific European topic from a cross-border perspective with contributions from all participating journalists. Dedicated broadcast versions are aired regularly on the Voice of Croatia.
Cultural Calendar - informs on current events, meetings and discussions in the cultural field.
Arts & Artists - gives an account of different festivals, exhibitions and other artistic events and artists.
Debates & Networking - refers to meetings and forums expressing recent debates on cultural heritages.
Heritage & Memory - introduces local examples of cultural heritages into a broader context.
Reflections - comments on current cultural affairs in Europe, their development and controversies.
HRN music-stream - is compiled from specific music genres that originate from South-East and Central Europe. The main focus is aimed at a wide rotation and true diversity beyond mainstream pop-music.
HRN is online since Nov. 16th 2004, current partners are: Bulgarian
National Radio, Croatian Radio, Hungarian Radio, Radio Krakow
(Malopolska), Radio Lotte Weimar, Slovak Radio, Radio Cesky Rozhlas.
HRN is initiated by the HERMES-programm to promote Cultural Heritage and New Media as factors of sustainable regional development in the frame of the European Union structural-fund Interreg III b - CADSES.