Audio and Video Files
IRE has a large collection of archived videos and audio recording from conferences, webinars and other training sessions. The files are part of your IRE membership and can only be viewed or downloaded by current members. Not a member? Learn more about the benefits of membership.
Archived audio from panels at IRE's conferences will be available to all IRE members soon. If you'd like to purchase audio from any of IRE's conferences please contact the Resource Center at email@example.com (573) 882-3364.
IRE works with professional recording companies to tape all the sessions at these conferences. The most recent events were recorded digitally and are available as a collection of MP3 files on CD. The new format lets you store the entire conference on your hard drive. You can listen to them at your computer, or load them onto your MP3 player of choice.
Conferences up to the year 2005 were recorded on cassette tapes. You can order a couple of tapes or a whole package at a discount. Set up brown-bag training sessions for your staff with a tape as a starting point.
Streaming audio is available from the 2011, 2012 and 2013 IRE Conferences.
- To listen to the 2011 audio from Orlando click here.
- To listen to the 2012 audio from Boston, click here
- To listen to the 2013 audio from San Antonio, click here.
2012 IRE Conference
A list of all the winners of the 2011 IRE awards, aired at the 2012 IRE Conference Luncheon on Saturday, June 16, 2012.
2011 IRE Conference
A roundtable panel with David Andreatta (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle), Andrew Donahue (Voice of San Diego) Jeff Gottlieb (Los Angeles Times), and Ruben Vives (Los Angeles Times).
A panel discussion of the ways in which technology is changing the relationships between journalists and sources. With Lucy Dalglish (Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press), Leonard Downie, Jr. (The Washington Post/Arizona State University), Jan-Michael Ihl (OpenLeaks), Bill Keller (The New York Times), Clayton Swisher (Al Jazeera), and Pierre Thomas (ABC News).