Got Community?

The name of the game around this online space is community. Well, it’s some other things too, but mostly it’s about community. Creating them, building them, sharing them, participating in them…if it wasn’t for communities, it wouldn’t be much fun out here on the Interwebz, in my opinion. Community these days seems to be a […]

Bringing Community TV online

Over the past week or so I’ve been writing about my experiences in community television over the years and some of the striking similarities that social media has to the original days of community television. As a result of my articles, I have met Colin Rhinesmith, who is the Community Media Coordinator at Cambridge Community […]

Online Media: Community TV Comes Full Circle – Part III

In my last post on this topic, I talked about how I ended up with my first media job, working as a producer in community television. In this post I will conclude with how online media and social networking have become the new public access media. Community television in 1990 was a very different beast […]

Online Media: Community TV Comes Full Circle – Part II

In my last post, I talked about how I first got involved in community television. When I was 15, we moved away from Masset. My experience with Masset-Haida TV had inspired me. At that young age I knew what I wanted to do with my life. I graduated high school in June of 1988 and […]

Online Media: Community TV Comes Full Circle – Part I

Chris Brogan wrote an interesting post the other day that has really got me thinking. His thought about how to make it in this burgeoning world of online media: ” …it’s people who are figuring out the triangle, delivering something of quality, and are connecting targeted content to interested audiences.” Hmmm. Sounds to me like […]