video experiments

Hey guys–

id like to make a plug for an experiment that we are doing at MNN Tuesday night.
http://konscious.tv/
if youre at home at 9:30pm EST….take part.
Its kind of like podcasting…except on TV and you can join the fun.
This is becoming less and less like an experiment and more and more of
a new production technique.
usign the internet to stream live feeds from anywhere onto TV.
Big up to Shawn Van Every, Dan Melinger, and Jeff who are all on this list.

THE KONSCIOUS ELECTION
An interactive broadcast brought to you by Manhattan Neighborhood
Network, NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, Location One
and Konscious Media.

TONGHT 9:30 PM EST
CHANNEL 67 in Manhattan
http://www.konscious.tv

Konscious Media, the producers of the highly successful interactive
public access show Konscious Convention, are at it again with a
special election night show. Tune in tonight at 9:30 PM EST on MNN
(Time Warner channel 67 in Manhattan) and online at
http://www.konscious.tv/ for an hour of interviews at various
locations around New York City with voters like you. Join in the
celebrating, nail biting and general excitement surrounding this very
close and heated race for the future of our country. Join the online
chat to get involved–make your text heard by sending your comments
and questions to those being interviewed.

Konscious Election provides live, interactive news programming of
activities around New York City on Election Night 2004. Viewers
participate in directing live cameras and journalists by asking
questions, sharing comments, and responding directly to each other and
the people at the various events.

The program utilizes the Interactive Tele-Journalism (ITJ) hardware
and software, allowing for live interactive coverage and specifically
offering viewers the opportunity to become directly involved in the
program. Konscious Election is produced by Konscious Media, an
organization that connects non-profits, community organizers and
artists with young people using new media technologies and inspired
programming.

Program can also be viewed at http://www.MNN.org