University of Southern California

Beyond Broadcast 2009 Video

Democratizing the Language of Online Storytelling Part 1


As technology becomes more available, the need for effective storytelling is having an impact on greater numbers of producers and consumers. To help evolve the process of social media production, the National Black Programming Consortium’s New Media Institute will share its One-Shot technique for online video storytelling.

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Democratizing the Language of Online Storytelling Part 2


As technology becomes more available, the need for effective storytelling is having an impact on greater numbers of producers and consumers. To help evolve the process of social media production, the National Black Programming Consortium’s New Media Institute will share its One-Shot technique for online video storytelling.

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Maintaining Editorial Quality in a Participatory Environment Part 1


In an environment increasingly dominated by interactions with bloggers, reporters, Twitterers and others, how can media leaders ensure that misinformation—intentional or not—does not drown out the truth?

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Maintaining Editorial Quality in a Participatory Environment Part 2


In an environment increasingly dominated by interactions with bloggers, reporters, Twitterers and others, how can media leaders ensure that misinformation—intentional or not—does not drown out the truth?

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Mobile Voices Part 1


A case study in new media beyond broadcast, the Mobile Voices project empowers first generation immigrants in Los Angeles to publish multimedia stories about their lives and communities directly from mobile phones. This panel will explore questions of media production through demonstrations of the Mobile Voices project by some of its participants.

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Mobile Voices Part 2


A case study in new media beyond broadcast, the Mobile Voices project empowers first generation immigrants in Los Angeles to publish multimedia stories about their lives and communities directly from mobile phones. This panel will explore questions of media production through demonstrations of the Mobile Voices project by some of its participants.

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Panel Discussion: Telling Stories, Changing Lives Part 1


This session will bring together storytellers from around the world who have used technology and narrative to change lives and create new possibilities where none existed before.

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Panel Discussion: Telling Stories, Changing Lives Part 2


This session will bring together storytellers from around the world who have used technology and narrative to change lives and create new possibilities where none existed before.

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Panel Discussion: Telling Stories, Changing Lives Part 3


This session will bring together storytellers from around the world who have used technology and narrative to change lives and create new possibilities where none existed before.

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Enabling Dialog Through Public Service Media Part 1


Individuals who have spent decades working to build bridges between different communities and nations, often in times of war, will explore the potential and limits of media’s ability to effect change.

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Enabling Dialog Through Public Service Media Part 2


Individuals who have spent decades working to build bridges between different communities and nations, often in times of war, will explore the potential and limits of media’s ability to effect change.

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Enabling Dialog Through Public Service Media Part 3


Individuals who have spent decades working to build bridges between different communities and nations, often in times of war, will explore the potential and limits of media’s ability to effect change.

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Web 2.0 and the Future of Media Part 1 Room 204


In this session, attendees will use structured global scenarios in small groups to create alternative 5-10 year visions of the future media environment. The final scenario narratives created by each group will be posted to the conference Web site, publishing the best ideas of the collective on a world “beyond broadcasting.”

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Web 2.0 and the Future of Media Part 2 Room 204


In this session, attendees will use structured global scenarios in small groups to create alternative 5-10 year visions of the future media environment. The final scenario narratives created by each group will be posted to the conference Web site, publishing the best ideas of the collective on a world “beyond broadcasting.”

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Web 2.0 and the Future of Media Part 3 Room 204


In this session, attendees will use structured global scenarios in small groups to create alternative 5-10 year visions of the future media environment. The final scenario narratives created by each group will be posted to the conference Web site, publishing the best ideas of the collective on a world “beyond broadcasting.”

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Web 2.0 and the Future of Media Part 1 Room 207


In this session, attendees will use structured global scenarios in small groups to create alternative 5-10 year visions of the future media environment. The final scenario narratives created by each group will be posted to the conference Web site, publishing the best ideas of the collective on a world “beyond broadcasting.”

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Web 2.0 and the Future of Media Part 2 Room 207


In this session, attendees will use structured global scenarios in small groups to create alternative 5-10 year visions of the future media environment. The final scenario narratives created by each group will be posted to the conference Web site, publishing the best ideas of the collective on a world “beyond broadcasting.”

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Documentaries & Direct Diplomacy Part 1


Through a selection of documentary case studies, this panel will explore the role of independent and public media in changing the way the world sees America. By directly connecting citizens to citizens through traditional broadcast, new media, outreach and co-production relationships, documentarians offer unique approaches to bridge international barriers.

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Documentaries & Direct Diplomacy Part 2


Through a selection of documentary case studies, this panel will explore the role of independent and public media in changing the way the world sees America. By directly connecting citizens to citizens through traditional broadcast, new media, outreach and co-production relationships, documentarians offer unique approaches to bridge international barriers.

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Documentaries & Direct Diplomacy Part 3


Through a selection of documentary case studies, this panel will explore the role of independent and public media in changing the way the world sees America. By directly connecting citizens to citizens through traditional broadcast, new media, outreach and co-production relationships, documentarians offer unique approaches to bridge international barriers.

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Managing the Governmental Relationship Part 1


When is it helpful to interact with a governmental agency in the pursuit of a story? When is it better to work outside traditional channels? This panel will share firsthand experiences as they explore these questions and others concerning the relationship between government and the press.

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Managing the Governmental Relationship Part 2


When is it helpful to interact with a governmental agency in the pursuit of a story? When is it better to work outside traditional channels? This panel will share firsthand experiences as they explore these questions and others concerning the relationship between government and the press.

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Managing the Governmental Relationship Part 3


When is it helpful to interact with a governmental agency in the pursuit of a story? When is it better to work outside traditional channels? This panel will share firsthand experiences as they explore these questions and others concerning the relationship between government and the press.

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Embracing the Digital Renaissance Movement Part 1


A panel of African-American media leaders will examine the current state of black media and discuss best practices in online communications. Through an exploration of Internet use among differing constituencies, the panel aims to build lasting virtual and real-world bridges across the spectrum of organizations and ideas in the public information space.

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Embracing the Digital Renaissance Movement Part 2


A panel of African-American media leaders will examine the current state of black media and discuss best practices in online communications. Through an exploration of Internet use among differing constituencies, the panel aims to build lasting virtual and real-world bridges across the spectrum of organizations and ideas in the public information space.

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Embracing the Digital Renaissance Movement Part 3


A panel of African-American media leaders will examine the current state of black media and discuss best practices in online communications. Through an exploration of Internet use among differing constituencies, the panel aims to build lasting virtual and real-world bridges across the spectrum of organizations and ideas in the public information space.

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Embracing the Digital Renaissance Movement Part 4


A panel of African-American media leaders will examine the current state of black media and discuss best practices in online communications. Through an exploration of Internet use among differing constituencies, the panel aims to build lasting virtual and real-world bridges across the spectrum of organizations and ideas in the public information space.

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Measuring New Media’s Impact Part 1


The digital media world is still developing the techniques and metrics for measuring its audience. The panelists will share their experience as they strive to create an accepted approach to measure the impact of new media.

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Measuring New Media’s Impact Part 2


The digital media world is still developing the techniques and metrics for measuring its audience. The panelists will share their experience as they strive to create an accepted approach to measure the impact of new media.

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Measuring New Media’s Impact Part 3


The digital media world is still developing the techniques and metrics for measuring its audience. The panelists will share their experience as they strive to create an accepted approach to measure the impact of new media.

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Panel Discussion: The Global Connectors of Public Service Media Part 1


Through financial support, expanded visibility and distribution channels, the connectors of public service media enable and empower creators and producers. This panel will bring together a cross section of representatives to discuss their vision, goals and future efforts

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Panel Discussion: The Global Connectors of Public Service Media Part 2


Through financial support, expanded visibility and distribution channels, the connectors of public service media enable and empower creators and producers. This panel will bring together a cross section of representatives to discuss their vision, goals and future efforts

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Panel Discussion: The Global Connectors of Public Service Media Part 3


Through financial support, expanded visibility and distribution channels, the connectors of public service media enable and empower creators and producers. This panel will bring together a cross section of representatives to discuss their vision, goals and future efforts

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Public Service Media in Areas of Conflict Part 1


A panel of individuals engaged in making change in areas of conflict will explore the risks and opportunities for those involved in public service media in areas of conflict, with firsthand stories and discussion of impacts.

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Public Service Media in Areas of Conflict Part 2


A panel of individuals engaged in making change in areas of conflict will explore the risks and opportunities for those involved in public service media in areas of conflict, with firsthand stories and discussion of impacts.

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Public Service Media in Areas of Conflict Part 3


A panel of individuals engaged in making change in areas of conflict will explore the risks and opportunities for those involved in public service media in areas of conflict, with firsthand stories and discussion of impacts.

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That’s Entertainment! Or Is It? Part 1


This panel will examine the role of TV shows in spreading helpful information and the ways network television serves the public in areas of critical importance, such as safety and health.

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That’s Entertainment! Or Is It? Pat 2


This panel will examine the role of TV shows in spreading helpful information and the ways network television serves the public in areas of critical importance, such as safety and health.

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Sustainable Digital Investigative Journalism Part 1


Digital media has struggled to identify sustainable models to support its efforts, especially in the areas of local news and investigative reporting. This panel will look at some emerging means of supporting journalism in the digital environment.

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Sustainable Digital Investigative Journalism Part 2


Digital media has struggled to identify sustainable models to support its efforts, especially in the areas of local news and investigative reporting. This panel will look at some emerging means of supporting journalism in the digital environment.

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Sustainable Digital Investigative Journalism Part 3


Digital media has struggled to identify sustainable models to support its efforts, especially in the areas of local news and investigative reporting. This panel will look at some emerging means of supporting journalism in the digital environment.

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Global Media’s Role in a Digital Era Part 1


A vital democracy depends not just on good national news but access to unbiased reporting on events around the world. This panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities of bringing stories from multiple sources to a global audience, in the context of new media and distribution channels.

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Global Media’s Role in a Digital Era Part 2


A vital democracy depends not just on good national news but access to unbiased reporting on events around the world. This panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities of bringing stories from multiple sources to a global audience, in the context of new media and distribution channels.

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Global Media’s Role in a Digital Era Part 3


 A vital democracy depends not just on good national news but access to unbiased reporting on events around the world. This panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities of bringing stories from multiple sources to a global audience, in the context of new media and distribution channels.

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Building an Audience Through Engagement & Outreach Part 1


 This session will explore the tools and techniques for identifying and expanding a target audience through active engagement and outreach.

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Building an Audience Through Engagement & Outreach Part 2


 This session will explore the tools and techniques for identifying and expanding a target audience through active engagement and outreach.

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That’s Entertainment! Or Is It? Part 1


 This panel will examine the role of TV shows in spreading helpful information and the ways network television serves the public in areas of critical importance, such as safety and health.

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That’s Entertainment! Or Is It? Part 2


 This panel will examine the role of TV shows in spreading helpful information and the ways network television serves the public in areas of critical importance, such as safety and health.

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Keynote Speaker: Sandra Ball-Rokeach and Panel: Local Perspectives Part 1


The members of this panel utilize different forms of media to achieve their social goals around the world, providing tools to teach others how to create, distribute and promote digital media. We will explore what motivated them to engage in their work, often at personal risk; the ways different forms of media help them pursue their goals; and the programs and projects they are currently involved in creating.


 

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Local Perspectives Part 2


The members of this panel utilize different forms of media to achieve their social goals around the world, providing tools to teach others how to create, distribute and promote digital media. We will explore what motivated them to engage in their work, often at personal risk; the ways different forms of media help them pursue their goals; and the programs and projects they are currently involved in creating.

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Local Perspectives Part 3


The members of this panel utilize different forms of media to achieve their social goals around the world, providing tools to teach others how to create, distribute and promote digital media. We will explore what motivated them to engage in their work, often at personal risk; the ways different forms of media help them pursue their goals; and the programs and projects they are currently involved in creating. 

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Local Perspectives Part 4


The members of this panel utilize different forms of media to achieve their social goals around the world, providing tools to teach others how to create, distribute and promote digital media. We will explore what motivated them to engage in their work, often at personal risk; the ways different forms of media help them pursue their goals; and the programs and projects they are currently involved in creating.

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Public Service Media in Areas of Conflict Part 1


A panel of individuals engaged in making change in areas of conflict will explore the risks and opportunities for those involved in public service media in areas of conflict, with firsthand stories and discussion of impacts.

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Public Service Media in Areas of Conflict Part 2


A panel of individuals engaged in making change in areas of conflict will explore the risks and opportunities for those involved in public service media in areas of conflict, with firsthand stories and discussion of impacts. 

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Public Service Media in Areas of Conflict Part 3


 A panel of individuals engaged in making change in areas of conflict will explore the risks and opportunities for those involved in public service media in areas of conflict, with firsthand stories and discussion of impacts.

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Creating Relevant Digital Media Part 1


With major upheaval shaking traditional media to its core, what will take its place? This session will explore a range of different approaches to filling the community’s need for a thriving press that informs, educates and enables the democratic process.

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Creating Relevant Digital Media Part 2


 With major upheaval shaking traditional media to its core, what will take its place? This session will explore a range of different approaches to filling the community’s need for a thriving press that informs, educates and enables the democratic process.

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Creating Relevant Digital Media Part 3


With major upheaval shaking traditional media to its core, what will take its place? This session will explore a range of different approaches to filling the community’s need for a thriving press that informs, educates and enables the democratic process.

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Beyond Broadcast 2009 Opening Part 1


Welcoming Remarks: Ernest J. Wilson III, dean, USC Annenberg School for Communication


Keynote Speaker: Henry Jenkins, USC Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism and Cinematic Arts

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Beyond Broadcast 2009 Opening Part 2


Keynote Speaker: Henry Jenkins, USC Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism and Cinematic Arts

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