|Sent time:||Wednesday, October 12, 2011 9:04:15 AM|
|To:||Global Revolution Media <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Subject:||[GlobalRevolutionMedia] Re: #LIVESTREAM & #FILM - Full Coverage for Saturday, Oct. 15th|
yes! please let me know how i can help!
On Oct 12, 3:02 am, J B <the1sa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to submit this for official agenda proposal tomorrow. If
> meeting group numbers are not sufficient to sustain a consensus we will
> defer to online group consensus (I believe that was decided today?).
> I propose, that *OccupyMedia/GlobalRevolution* tenatively *accept* *Manhattan
> Neighborhood Network's* offer to utilize their network on Saturday 15th,
> pending a meeting between the *#LiveStream* subgroup and representatives
> from MNN to determine the viability of this solution. Should the resources
> provided by MNN be found appropriate to support our efforts, as determined
> by the #LiveStream subgroup, I propose that OccupyMedia accept their offer.
> *Additional Information:*
> -This action will help us rapidly build infrastructure we desperately need
> to have any hope of supporting Saturdays effort.
> -Not only will this relationship give us access to a controlled broadcast
> space, it may also allow us to take a leap forward in our mobile coverage.
> -Despite the fact that the MNN studio is on the Upper West Side, I believe
> that location could still act as a hub. If not, with the prospect of field
> equipment, we may have the ability to set up our 'newsroom' somewhere in the
> financial district...
> -Without this option, we will have to submit a budget request to General
> Assembly. If the past is any indicator, getting money approved by GA is a
> long process, we may not have time for.
> -If you require further clarifying information please check out *http://15october.net/*Here is a blurb: *
> "On October 15th people from *662 cities – 79 countries *all over the world
> will take to the streets and squares.
> From America to Asia, from Africa to Europe, people will rise up to claim
> their rights and demand a true democracy. Now it is time for all of us to
> join in a global non violent protest."
> If you do not require further information I encourage you to vote Yay or Nay
> at this time. Your vote would be appreciated as it will help expedite this
> time critical issue.
> *The Whole World is Watching*,
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 4:08 AM, jackygage <drew3...@aol.com> wrote:
> > I was at the meeting taking notes today in Battery Park. It seems to
> > me that MNN would be a perfect solution, if they are available. I am
> > certainly willing to help any way I can. I would vote "yes" but I am
> > not sure where it is that we vote. At the meeting you expressed a
> > great need to move fast. In that case I hope others know where to vote
> > and also vote "yes."
> > Ricky Coombs
> > TheThirdAlbum on YouTube
> > jackygage on Twitter
> > On Oct 11, 10:51 pm, Abraham Heisler <a...@abrahamheisler.com> wrote:
> > > Hey Everyone,
> > > We spoke earlier about the idea of setting up an all day news center
> > > to cover the unfolding of this Saturday's global action day - ONN
> > > (OCCUPY NEWS NETWORK)
> > > A few people expressed that it would be great to have news style
> > > anchors seated in a studio to introduce coverage and coordinate
> > > between live cams and edited content.
> > > I've spoke to my contact in MNN (Manhattan Neighborhood Network) about
> > > setting up in their studio and using their equipment as well as
> > > broadcasting over their public access channel. My contact was very
> > > interested in the idea and said that she would speak to her executive
> > > director about it first thing in the morning.
> > > It seems that they also have equipment that is ready to broadcast live
> > > from the field.
> > > If MNN is ready to move on this, we need to quickly decide if this is
> > > the route we want to take in order to cover Saturday's events. If we
> > > decide that we do wish to work with MNN, I suggest we move very quick
> > > over the next few days to get everything in place.
> > > One thing the MNN contact asked is that we provide our own crew to
> > > operate the cameras and anchors to take shifts being in front of the
> > > studio camera in order to broadcast the news.
> > > What are people's thoughts on this?
> > > -Abe
> > > --
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