|From:||Pam Tietze <email@example.com>|
|Sent time:||Tuesday, October 25, 2011 8:17:13 PM|
|To:||Global Revolution Media <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Subject:||[GlobalRevolutionMedia] Re: Michael Moore Movie Night (Sound or silent?)|
Dallas, I think we should actually start at 6, which is what we did
last time. It's actually dark enough then, the energy is good and if
we wait for GA to end, we might be waiting quite awhile and run into
problems with noise and/or light ordinances.
I can let you know about kitchen tomorrow early afternoon. Do you know
what he wants to show and what the runtime is? The best set-up
situation is somewhere the screen can be elevated, like the steps. The
last time we used the library because we wanted to not be completely
in front of the police. But in terms of maximum viewing quality, on
the steps would be best.
Let me know your thoughts.
And Carl, I sent you an invite. Although keep in mind that anyone can
easily join by going to the group's page.
I'm available by phone as well. 254-681-8061
On Oct 25, 7:29 pm, Dallas <justdal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi pam,
> ok... waiting on final confirm form michael.
> will be wednesday or thurs. can you check with kitchen on popcorn
> for 200 people?
> i have the wireless headsets.
> we will go live after GA/ or 930. if GA is not done, should we have
> ability to setup on other side of park? or just start the films?
> only problem is if the projection is being used for GA transcript.
> On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 8:51 PM, Pam Tietze <pam.tie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I'm from Occupy Cinema, the collective that put on last night's
> > screening. We absolutely can and should work together on this. We have
> > also been working on an audio solution (we found a good conference
> > call site that works so the audio would be accessible through anyone's
> > phones that call a number and dial a pin)
> > I talked to the kitchen about making popcorn as well. I think it could
> > be fun.
> > We've got the set-up process down for the screening. Here's a picture
> > from last night in case anyone missed it:
> > Also, we have our own google groups if anyone is interested in
> > joining.
> > Pam
> > On Oct 24, 2:35 pm, micah anderson <mi...@riseup.net> wrote:
> >> Hi folks,
> >> Interesting to see some overlapping efforts happening here, seems like
> >> we need to start working together.
> >> On Mon, 24 Oct 2011 13:17:59 -0400, Becky Hurwitz <becky.hurw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > *Radio broadcast for sound:*
> >> > - i tested out a low power FM transmitter last night with some other
> >> > folks on this list -- set it up at the Media center -- we could receive it
> >> > all across the park. we could use this to broadcast MM across the park.
> >> There is a little radio team that has been working this very mechanism
> >> the last couple weeks. We've got a couple PART-15 transmitters, and have
> >> done a number of tests in the square, partially transmitting the GA on
> >> Saturday, working out the various technical kinks along the way. We've
> >> had a several in person meetings and we've got a plan we've been working
> >> on to make this happen. Just last night we worked up a proposal to bring
> >> to the media team to turn this into something more of an official
> >> subgroup.
> >> We've done a bunch of research into the FCC regulations, talked with
> >> Prometheus people, and looked into translation radio (which sounds like
> >> what Dallas brough up on another thread regarding minutes?). It would be
> >> great to work with you and others on this project!
> >> Expect our proposal to show up momentarily, this is where you can find
> >> us:
> >> email: owsra...@riseup.net
> >> list: pmra...@lists.riseup.net
> >> IRC: server: irc.indymedia.org ; channel: #pmradio
> >> Twitter: @owsradio
> >> > *Streaming/G+ hangout for video press conf w/MM:*
> >> Regarding streaming, we setup an icecast relay of the radio stream that
> >> we've been experimenting with, and were able to relatively easily
> >> transmit the radio stream that was broadcasting the GA on Saturday.
> >> micah
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