On Oct 12, 2011, at 2:33 PM, J B wrote:
The Media Group Passed the following proposal at this mornings 11AM meeting. The numbers we're not large enough to sustain a consensus therefore this is your opportunity to vote YAY or NAY. Please VOTE as this proposal will be decided today.
I propose, that OccupyMedia/GlobalRevolution tenatively accept Manhattan Neighborhood Network's offer to utilize their network on Saturday 15th to support the global action day, 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.
We require that MNN have no influence on the message of OccupyMedia.
We require that NO reciprocal official endorsement be made on the part of Occupy Wall Street and Manhattan Neighborhood Network.
Should MNN be unable to provide these services, we have the authority to pursue substantially similar solutions.
> -This action will help us rapidly build infrastructure we desperately need> -If you require further clarifying information please check out *http://15october.net/*Here is a blurb: *
> 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.
> "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."