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Beyond Broadcast 2006 What the Broadcasters are doing

Friday, May 12, 2006

Panel I: What the Broadcasters are doing

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Beyond Broadcast 2006 Keynote Presentation: Reinventing the Gatekeeper

Friday, May 12, 2006

Keynote Presentation: Reinventing the Gatekeeper

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AudioBerkman at Beyond Broadcast

Beyond Broadcast co-host, The Berkman Center for Internet & Society conducted a number of interviews with BB participants over the two day conference. Daniel Krawczyk of Digital Bicycle/POSM and Amanda Michel of the Berkman Center conducted the interviews and AudioBerkman‘s Colin Rhinesmith produced the following podcasts:

  • Zephyr Teachout answers the question, “Do you think that the Internet will realize its potential when today’s kids grow up?”
  • Nolan Bowie, Berkman and Kennedy School fellow, talks about the limitations of public media in a world where more people are illiterate than online.

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Beyond Broadcast: Public Access and Participatory Culture

Daniel Krawczyk of Digital Bicycle and POSM speaks with Jay Dedman and Jason Crow during Day Two of Beyond Broadcast. This podcast features a discussion about the role of public access TV in communities across the country and the challenges and opportunities facing community media beyond traditional broadcasting in a participatory culture.

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This interview was recorded by Daniel Krawczyk on May 13, 2006 at Harvard Law School and produced by Colin Rhinesmith.

Attribution: Music from this episode of AudioBerkman was sampled from a track by ghost titled Nebula Dub.

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Beyond Broadcast with Martin Lucas

Daniell Krawczyk of Digital Bicycle and POSM speaks with Martin Lucas, videomaker and media activist, about what he’s seeing as major themes as he’s shooting a documentary throughout the Beyond Broadcast conference, with a nod to the difference in tone between the two days. Martin has had a unique point-of-view (often perched in front of the panel) within the conference on participatory media.

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This interview was recorded by Daniel Krawczyk on Day Two of Beyond Broadcast, May 13, 2006 at Harvard Law School.

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Beyond Broadcast with Jamie Biggar

Amanda Michel speaks with Jamie Biggar from WGBH on Day 2 of Beyond Broadcast. Amanda asked Jamie where he thinks public media is going, whether innovation is happening on the edges or in the core, and how these changes have affected his daily life.

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This interview was recorded by Amanda Michel from the Berkman Center.

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Beyond Broadcast with John Barth

Amanda Michel speaks with John Barth, PRX Station Collaboration Manager about recent changes at PRX, including their focus on content acquisition and support for youth-focused content. Listen in and you’ll find out what John likes to listen to and where PRX is going.

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This interview was recorded by Amanda Michel from the Berkman Center at Day 2 of the Beyond Broadcast conference, May 13, 2006 at Harvard Law School.

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Beyond Broadcast with John Lester

Amanda Michel speaks with John Lester of Linden Lab and Second Life. A theme emerging from the conference is the significance of the digital divide and whether public media has the responsibility to do something about it. They quickly talked about what conference attendees are doing in Second Life, what impact Lester believes Second Life can have on public media, and the significance of the digital divide.

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This interview was recorded by Amanda Michel from the Berkman Center at Day 2 of the Beyond Broadcast conference, May 13, 2006 at Harvard Law School.

Attribution: Music from this episode of AudioBerkman was sampled from a track by cdk titled Travel (taking the high rhodes mix).

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Beyond Broadcast with Zephyr Teachout

Amanda Michel speaks with Zephyr Teachout, who previously worked as Howard Dean’s Director of Online Organizing and is now teaching Internet & Politics courses in Vermont, whether she thinks the answers lie in the next generation. Conference panelists told the audience that today’s young children will show us how to use the Internet in ways we could never imagine. Listen to this clip and hear what she has to say about that.

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This interview was recorded by Amanda Michel from the Berkman Center at Day 2 of the Beyond Broadcast conference, May 13, 2006 at Harvard Law School.

Attribution: Music from this episode of AudioBerkman was sampled from a track by cdk titled Travel (taking the high rhodes mix).

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Beyond Broadcast with Nolan Bowie

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Nolan Bowie Berkman Center and Kennedy School fellow and adjunct lecturer, reminded the first panel that there are more illiterate people in the world than there are people who use the Internet. He asked them how public media can be truly public if it is only online. Berkman Center‘s Amanda Michel asked him whether today’s public media truly is ‘public,’ and, if it were, what it would look like.

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This interview was recorded at the Beyond Broadcast conference on May 12, 2006 at the Harvard Law School.

Attribution: Music from this episode of AudioBerkman was sampled from a track by cdk titled Travel (taking the high rhodes mix).

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