This is relevant to Wikivideoistas ... wasn't last year's conf the
origin of the "video on Wikipedia" campaign? Watch out, who knows what
they'll come up with this year.
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From: Ben Moskowitz <benrito(a)gmail.com>
Date: Mon, May 31, 2010 at 10:58 AM
Subject: [Air-L] Open Video Conference proposals deadline: June 7th
I'm writing on behalf of the Open Video Alliance, in preparation for
our Open Video Conference in New York City, October 1-2. OVC is a
high-profile gathering of thought leaders in business, academia,
technology, and non-profits to explore the future of the online video
This year's OVC is particularly important, given new technology developments.
If you are interested in the critical debates around online video,
participatory culture, and the mass media generally, you may be
interested in participating. Details from last year's event are
available at http://openvideoalliance.org/open-video-conference/speakers09/
If you have an idea for a panel, workshop, or any other programming,
please take the time to suggest it at:
We will offer travel funding to a number of participants. The deadline
to propose a session is June 7th.
Please feel free to pass the message along to friends are colleagues
who are interested in online video and the open web.
General coordinator, Open Video Alliance
Contact: (714) 420-6471
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