“Digital Content Distribution for the Producer” at the Alliance for Community Media Conference in Boston, July 5-8, 2006.
Please note: the audio volume is low during Q & A because there was not an audience microphone.
From the conference website:
“From MPEG to Mp3, producers of media content have more distribution opportunities today than ever before. The proliferation of inexpensive media making tools is providing the opportunity for more people to become media makers, yet meaningful media creation still requires skilled training and distribution. Learn how PEG centers can foster the development of this new generation of producers by providing training as well as guidance in the various alternative methods of distribution while maintaining true to their mission.”
Jay Dedman, Node 101/FireAnt.tv
Ann Theis, Manhattan Neighborhood Network
Aaron Valdez, Public Access Television Iowa City
Shawn Van Every, Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU
Jacob Redding, Manhattan Neighborhood Network