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September 14, 2011No Comments

Streaming #Reality

24 Hours of Reality begins at 7 p.m. Central Time on tonight. Over the course of the the next 24 hours, there will be 24 presentations across 24 time zones in 13 languages.

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Help Us Spread The Word

  • Embed the 24 Hours of Reality live broadcast on your blog.
  • Link to the live stream.
  • ReTweet our content and/or message us directly @ClimateReality.
  • Share/tag thoughts about how climate change is affecting your area and ask others to do the same.
  • Instruct your audience to use #Reality & [your country] when calling out evidence of climate change.

 

Streaming #Reality via @jpenabickley

September 13, 2011No Comments

24 Hours of #Reality

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Al Gore, whose 2006 documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth," was the first PowerPoint presentation to ever win an Academy Award, is conducting a 24-hour presentation this Thursday to do what the two-hour film could not: convince skeptics that the link between climate change and extreme weather, like Hurricane Irene, is real.  Visit www.ClimateRealityProject.org  to get the full skinny.

I hope you'll join us here on POST DIGITAL, where we will carry the broadcast. Together, we're going to focus the world's attention on the scope, scale and impact of the climate crisis.  24 Hours of Reality begins at 7 p.m. Central Time on Wednesday, September 14. Over the course of the day, there will be 24 presentations across 24 time zones in 13 languages. We need your help!  

The Climate Reality Project's online toolkit is now complete with full resources for your involvement to spread the word about climate crisis online. Below is a list of how you can use the online toolkit to help The Climate Reality Project leading up to and during 24-Hours of Reality.

BEFORE THE EVENT:

  • Donate your Facebook and Twitter feeds for 72 hours.
  • Embed the 24 Hours of Reality live broadcast on your blog.
  • Donate your website's homepage.
  • Watch the ads and share them with your friends.
  • Share the Denial Hits the Fan microsite.
  • Tag yourself Five Times for Reality on your personal Facebook page.
  • 'Like' the Climate Reality page on Facebook.
  • RSVP for the 24 Hours of Reality live stream event on Facebook. 
  • Follow @ClimateReality on Twitter.
  • ReTweet our content and/or message us directly @ClimateReality.
  • Use #Reality & #[your country] when calling out evidence of climate change.
  • Host a watch party in your community for your local 24 Hours of Reality live broadcast.

 

DURING THE EVENT:

  • Embed the 24 Hours of Reality live broadcast on your blog.
  • Link to the live stream.
  • ReTweet our content and/or message us directly @ClimateReality.
  • Share/tag thoughts about how climate change is affecting your area and ask others to do the same.
  • Instruct your audience to use #Reality & [your country] when calling out evidence of climate change.

 

Cartoon Via The New Yorker

24 Hours of #Reality via @jpenabickley

September 21, 2006No Comments

ON: Al Gore’s Current TV Joins With Yahoo for a Video Venture

Reading my copy of the NY Times I ran across something that seems like an interesting video model and speaks to a smart Web 2.0. 1.21 model.

http://us.i1.yimg.com/cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/player/media/swf/FLVVideoSolo.swf

Yahoo said yesterday that it was creating an online video programming
venture with Current TV, the media company founded by former Vice
President Al Gore. The service will combine professional and
user-generated video clips.  Current’s editors intend to weed out videos that are offensive or
contain copyrighted materials, in an attempt to make viral videos ­ one
of the hottest trends on the Internet ­ attractive to advertisers. Most
clips will be preceded by a 15- or 30-second commercial ­ the first
time Yahoo has included commercials with user-generated content.

The
deal is notable because Mr. Gore has been an early and visible adviser
to the top executives of Google, another Internet powerhouse. Indeed,
Google has provided content for regular features on Current’s
television network that offer peeks into people’s Internet searches.

The
Google segments had been broadcast twice an hour on Current’s channel,
which mainly features videos submitted by viewers. Now, Yahoo will
produce a segment that will appear every hour on the hour, and the
Google segments will appear every hour on the half hour.

The
service, which is called the Yahoo Current Network
(video.yahoo.com/currenttv), was set to begin today with four channels.
One section, called Current Buzz, will feature segments related to the
news. It is produced by Madeleine Smithberg, a former executive
producer of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Three other channels
will relate to specialized topics: travel, action sports, and cars.
Over time the companies hope to add more channels.

Each channel will have one professionally produced segment each day and 8 to 10 segments contributed by users.

Amateur
videographers whose clips are chosen for the Internet service will
receive $100. If the clips are also broadcast on Current’s television
network, the maker will receive between $500 and $1000. Videos that are
not selected to be part of the Yahoo Current offering will be included
on Yahoo’s broader site that includes user-contributed video.

ON: Al Gore’s Current TV Joins With Yahoo for a Video Venture via @jpenabickley

September 21, 2006No Comments

ON: Al Gore’s Current TV Joins With Yahoo for a Video Venture

Reading my copy of the NY Times I ran across something that seems like an interesting video model and speaks to a smart Web 2.0. 1.21 model.

http://us.i1.yimg.com/cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/player/media/swf/FLVVideoSolo.swf

Yahoo said yesterday that it was creating an online video programming
venture with Current TV, the media company founded by former Vice
President Al Gore. The service will combine professional and
user-generated video clips.  Current’s editors intend to weed out videos that are offensive or
contain copyrighted materials, in an attempt to make viral videos ­ one
of the hottest trends on the Internet ­ attractive to advertisers. Most
clips will be preceded by a 15- or 30-second commercial ­ the first
time Yahoo has included commercials with user-generated content.

The
deal is notable because Mr. Gore has been an early and visible adviser
to the top executives of Google, another Internet powerhouse. Indeed,
Google has provided content for regular features on Current’s
television network that offer peeks into people’s Internet searches.

The
Google segments had been broadcast twice an hour on Current’s channel,
which mainly features videos submitted by viewers. Now, Yahoo will
produce a segment that will appear every hour on the hour, and the
Google segments will appear every hour on the half hour.

The
service, which is called the Yahoo Current Network
(video.yahoo.com/currenttv), was set to begin today with four channels.
One section, called Current Buzz, will feature segments related to the
news. It is produced by Madeleine Smithberg, a former executive
producer of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Three other channels
will relate to specialized topics: travel, action sports, and cars.
Over time the companies hope to add more channels.

Each channel will have one professionally produced segment each day and 8 to 10 segments contributed by users.

Amateur
videographers whose clips are chosen for the Internet service will
receive $100. If the clips are also broadcast on Current’s television
network, the maker will receive between $500 and $1000. Videos that are
not selected to be part of the Yahoo Current offering will be included
on Yahoo’s broader site that includes user-contributed video.

ON: Al Gore’s Current TV Joins With Yahoo for a Video Venture via @jpenabickley

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