From:   Victoria Sobel <>
Sent time:   Wednesday, November 16, 2011 9:11:53 AM
Subject:   Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] FOOTAGE FROM YESTERDAY

Katie what type of streaming kit were you using? We NEED to make sure that any streaming kit not tethered to a camera that can record to tape is logged correctly into procaster so that it auto saves when ever new clips are streamed. we're you logged into someone else's account and what channel were you streaming to? i will help look for footage aswell. i've got a number of meetings in a few hours but this it is definitely top priority to make sure that content being streamed doesnt just broadcast out in a way we can't recall it for use in these situations.


On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 11:03 AM, Prudence Katze <> wrote:

I echo all of your thoughts. I also know that we were spread pretty thin yesterday, and that Josh was producing solo on  zero hours of sleep. I agree that we need to figure out a better archiving system, and seeing Amin Husain get brutally pile-drived really drove that home. But, I know we are playing catch-as-catch can with multiple other things on our plate...

I am happy to lend a hand in archiving/organizing on Friday. I can't come in today, and I imagine Thursday is going to be a shit-show- (in a good way).

And thanks Katie (and everyone else!) for all the awesome work!


On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 9:49 AM, Katie Davison <> wrote:
Hey Everyone -
I need any and all footage or photos of the arrests at 6th and Canal yesterday - specifically the violent beating of Amin Husain - ASAP. 
Some of our people are being charged with felonies and not being released.

I was live streaming, but some how that feed wasn't archived?
Find that incredibly upsetting on multiple levels.

What is the point of streaming multiple feeds if they aren't archived?

Are our live stream resources so mired in this mediation that we can't effectively do our jobs for the movement?

If we could all make an effort to either track down that feed or gather other evidence of that moment, it would be greatly appreciated.


Prudence Katze