Podcasts and videos of the opening remarks, all three of the panels, the "high order bit" presentations, and Larry Irving's keynote speech are available to stream or download below. To download podcasts on a PC, right click the down-arrow at the end of the play-bar and click "save as source." To download podcasts on a Mac, control-click the down-arrow at the end of the play-bar and click "save as source." To watch videos, click on the links.
Jacquie Jones of the National Black Programming Consortium, Lee Banville of the Online News Hour with Jim Lehrer , Paula Le Dieu of Magic Lantern Productions, and Chaacha Mwita of the Media Focus on Africa Foundation discuss ways in which communities and organizations are using maps as a form of public media and a tool for democracy here or you can watch it here.
Adrienne Russell of the University of Denver's Digital Media Studies Program presents highlights from 24/7: A DIY Video Summit , a conference she co-organized in February, as podcast here, or as video here.
Calvin Sims of the Ford Foundation, Dennis Haarsager of NPR, Anthony Hamelle of RTGI/Linkfluence, and Wendy Levy of the Bay Area Video Coalition discuss public media's move toward becoming more participatory and democratic here as a podcast, or here is a video.
Jake Shapiro and Persephone Miel of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society present highlights from ongoing events and research related to participatory public media and journalism here as a podcast, and here as a video.
Henry Jenkins of the Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT, joined the conference via Skype from Boston. He kicked off the final roundtable discussion with some reflections on the value of participation in the new media economy here.
Diane Mermigas of Media Post , Keith Hopper of Public Interactive, Craig Reigel of the Nonprofit Finance Fund, Vince Stehle of the Nonprofit Sector Initiative at the Surdna Foundation, and Ernest J. Wilson of the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California discuss ways to monetize public media here as a podcast, and here as a video.
A hard copy of the Beyond Broadcast 2008 Rap Report can be downloaded here.
The transcript for Larry Irving's keynote speech at the 2008 Beyond Broadcast conference can be downloaded here.
In honor of the "Mapping Public Media" theme of this year's Beyond Broadcast conference, the Center for Social Media has pulled together some of our favorite maps of public media. Click on the images below to download our Mapping Public Media posters, and be sure to tell us which other public media maps you like in the comments.
|"Mapping Free Speech" Poster||"Mapping the Web" Poster|
|"Mapping the News" Poster||"Mapping the Media" Poster|