Want to see the whole show from one camera? Here’s a quick look at the future of my work. We’re working on productions using 360 degree video technology. Pretty soon you’ll be right here in the studio, or on location with us.
Here is a test video of the 360 degree camera in action. If you’re using a tablet or smartphone. Turn the device, to look around, or use your thumb or mouse to scroll the video. Just so you know, Safari browsers are still in the jungle to play these videos. In other words, it cannot play 360degree video…
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Fake, false, fabricated and inflated… news has really hit us hard as of late. But where do we go for it? You know the real stuff. I've told people time and time again that my days working with a news agency taught me a lot about how broadcasters work. Or should I say, present the news.
I always checked at least four sources to feel like I know around half the story. I don't have time to check every one any deeper. Unless of course, you want to start paying me. Anyhow, cut to the chase, I found this site and wanted to share if with you. It's connected to other groups around the world. So you may find one in your region. The site is https://fullfact.org/ out of the UK.
I already felt a sense of calm just looking at the headlines… I hope you feel the same way too.
Localization and World News on the Internet. What is localization on the internet? How does it affect you?
Find out March 22, 2017 at the VIRL Courtenay branch at 6:00pm.
Localization is a global system that in effect, may foster censorship and propaganda. How so? Let Martin Anthony walk you through his understanding of this seemingly invisible firewall of free information. His experience with topics of the internet started, in Vancouver, prior to the dot com era. He sat on committees (Praxis and AES) that discussed copyright protection long before it was an issue.
In later years, he became manager and Editor in Chief of the English Internet department of a privately owned Turkish news agency in Istanbul. There he worked with journalists from around the world. Martin later hosted a TV talk show in Istanbul where he interviewed scores of guests ranging from a former Whitehouse security chief, to world famous musicians.