mapping public media
- Save the Date: Beyond Broadcast 2009
We’ve received the official word from the organizers of this year’s Beyond Broadcast, slated to take place June 3-6 at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication. The theme will be Local/Global: Public Service Media in the Global Context and Community Media. Stay tuned for details and we hope to see you there!
- Beyond Broadcast ‘08: Responses
What impact did Beyond Broadcast make?
Read about some of the responses on our News from the Future of Public Media blog, and give us your thoughts for next year’s event on the conference social network.
- Now available: videos, posters and more
Our graduate fellows have been hard at work, compiling materials from Beyond Broadcast. Visit the Center for Social Media site to download audio and video of the day’s presentations, along with PDFs of the posters featuring different types of media maps that were on display during the event.
- Center for Social Media releases its Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video
Remixes, mashups, fan tributes and other creative work burgeoning in online video often use copyrighted material without permission or payment. When is it fair to do so? In many cases, creators can employ fair use, a key feature of copyright law. Today marks the release of the Center for Social Media’s newest publication, the […]
- Wanted: Your 2 cents
What did you like about Beyond Broadcast ‘08, and what fell flat?
Give us your feedback so we can make next year’s event even better: Click here to take survey.
- Multimedia proceedings now available
Couldn’t join us in DC on June 17?
All is not lost: check out our Beyond Broadcast ‘08 Rapporteur’s Report, which includes text, audio and video highlights from the day
- Moving from a neighborhood to a brotherhood
“The mapping technologies that you guys and gals are using are defining the neighborhood,” said Beyond Broadcast keynote speaker Larry Irving, drawing inspiration from remarks by Martin Luther King.
“What we need to do over the next six to 18 months is to use this technology, use what we are learning, to make this country […]
- Beyond Beyond Broadcast
Now that we’ve had a few days to regroup, here are some items we plan to get up on the site this week:
Video from our roundtable discussions and presentations
A transcript of Larry Irving’s keynote speech
Questions and highlights from the conference Twitter stream
A few final entries for the Atlas of Media Maps
Meanwhile, check out slides from […]
Great turnout and energy at Beyond Broadcast. We’re talking about how to plan next year’s event, but meanwhile stay tuned on this site and the social network for recaps, map links, and more.
- Visit the Community Media Hub at Beyond Broadcast
A part of our demo space at Tuesday’s conference will be dedicated to a community media hub–a showcase of community, independent and ethnic media maps, resources and interactive experiments. Center for Social Media Associate Director Ann Williams offers a preview at the CSM “News from the Future of Public Media” blog.