Our project is also trying to affect the law to lower the level of starting a channel. Also, we are trying to use the possibilities of collaboration offered by the Net. We invited a lot of groups to collaborate: 40 orgs in a workshop with presentations and great motivation to collaborate. We are starting to build a server but it's a slow process. We are working with socially motivated engineers in different institutes. We would like to combine global network video and local telestreet-like community TV.
WikiVideo Project in collaboration with the Wiki Alliance (who are working on a post-fordist work concept) -- Internet TV, and some of the productions are selected for transmission on the local TV.
We are now in the process of defining what tech and prod. methods should we use in our webTV project. In the summer we did 3 test productions. They are in Flash video (so we cannot show them at the moment).
Basque theater performance recorded with 4 mobile phones.
Documenting the lecture in DV. Map to Postfordist Life. -- Jussi Vähämäki leads the audience to the remembered past and anticipated future of work. Put all the video and text documentation of the lecture series on a wiki. 20 mins video snippets -- if you find sth interesting you can check out the video.
Project: modified MediaWiki to incorporate Flash Video.
Another project: build a wiki using ROR to handle Flash Video and to be able to cut it as well.
We worked with Adam Hyde who built MobiCasting where people could collaboratively upload material. We used it for our TransSiberia test programme.
mobicast is an experiment in the delivery of temporally relevant ('live') video from mobile devices. It is a platform developed by artists Adam Hyde (New Zealand), Luka Princic (Slovenia) and Aleksandar Erkalović (Croatia), commissioned by Minna Tarkka and M-Cult (Finland), and implemented for its first trial by Sophea Lerner (Australia), Netta Norro (Finland), Adam, and others who particpated in the