We create a network. Through this network, we create a media aggregator. Through this media aggregator, we create programming. Through this programming, we occupy the media.If you are reading this,…Continue
"I'm not technically hip enough to know how RSS or OWL will meet our needs. If they do, I am all twinkle fingers for them. The last thing I want to do is create more work. Let's make this as easy as we can. "
Radio Occupy is a space for Occupiers from around the world to post their Podcast and Radio links so that we can build up discussions and increase connectivity amongst the occupy movements.We welcome occupiers from around the world to share your podcasts here.Thank you all.See More
"We record to disk at the TV studio and the radio station. We have all of our sound and video files on disk. We also archive most of our audio at libsyn for the podcast, and low quality video on youtube.
I have to get Audra from Occupy News…"
"Sounds great! Our main issues stem from a lack of archiving over the past year. We're trying to grt things in order and then you'll have a volume of programming from politics, religion, arts, sports and tons of Occupy.
How do you guys…"
"Agreed to the concept of cross syndication. That's my main goal these days. As a matter of fact, I have been wanting to get in touch with your program at Boston. We should see what we can do to share media. Occupy News Radio out of…"
"What does a National Occupy Media Platform look like?
Is it a tool for us to use, a resource for the whole world?
The big thing that I would like us to explore is a place to meet for Indy media and share our different productions for cross…"
Want to talk about creating a National Occupy Media Platform?Do you have ideas on the form our media aggregator should take?Where and how do you want to carry out these discussions?What is your vision for where this process will take us?Let's talk.See More
"Sorry Sarah. I just realized that I hijacked your thread. We should talk about where to talk about occupying the media in a different thread.
This thread is about what broadcasting platform we are using. OEMG: Community Access…"
"Atiq came through briefly yesterday. He's trying to get us all together. Gotta love him for that.
If you come back by again, Atiq, say 'Hi'
Anybody else who shows up. Give us a wave.
I'm in the middle of a set of emails…"
"Here is a place where we are talking about how to build a national media platform. We discuss stuff here, we can do it on google. We are doing it by email.
Seems to me, it's more a question of how many places do we want to do it?
What is the role of social media like Occupii, Facebook and Twitter in occupations and protests? We are a group of researchers in Sweden who is keen to find out and therefore conduct a survey amony activists. We invite some users of Occupii to participate in it, and were therefore happy if you could take 15 minutes time in order to help us find out what role social media play in contemporary protests:
If you have any more questions about the survey, please contact us. If you do not find time to participate or find such surveys not interesting or annoying, then please simply ignore our request and excuse any inconvenience. Thanks a lot.
The first three digits of the phone number would also help them locate the owner of the phone number. The thing is that if they had just run a phone number lookup, they could have found each other! Before you get any ideas, let me tell you that these sites are perfectly legal and also offer their services free of cost. This happens to many different people all over the world and many of them don't know how they can identify these pranksters. It's extremely… Continue
I was just endiing a campaign in Michigan against our Governor, and wondered what more was out there, what more can I do to help make my country the place I used to love, when I stumbled across a thing called Livestream, where people with the same purpose (supposedly) or like mindness could come together, chat, discuss, plan, and act and I was to say the least, excited. I started chatting and made so many friends and it was then I realized, that I had been wrapped up in my own small…