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Beyond Broadcast 2006 Audio, Video, and Summaries — Beyond Broadcast 2008: Mapping Public Media Archive
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Below you can download audio and video from the 2006 convening, “Reinventing Public Media in a Participatory Culture”. You can find more details about the panels and speakers on the Schedule page. If you have the time, please help us fill in the transcripts on the wiki pages for the benefit of others!

Summary Video




The 13-minute video features interviews with several conference speakers including: Peter Armstrong of Oneworld.net, videoblogger Jay Dedman, Jake Shapiro of Public Radio Exchange and others. The video provides some of the flavor of this event, including the ‘shadow conference’ on Second Life, an online, three-dimensional virtual world. You may also download this video in Quicktime format.

Produced by Martin Lucas for the Center for Social Media




Complete Coverage of All Sessions

Introduction and Welcome - Jake Shapiro
[MPEG video]

Keynote Presentation: Reinventing the Gatekeeper - James Boyle
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary]

Panel I: What the Broadcasters are doing
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary]

High Order Bit: The War Tapes - Deborah Scranton
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary]

Panel II: What the emerging participatory web media services are doing
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary]

Panel III: What is the community dimension of media?
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary][Zuckerman Slides]

High Order Bit: Just a Pretty Face(book)? What College Students Actually Do Online - Eszter Hargittai
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary][slides and data]

High Order Bit: Second Life - John Lester
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary] [PowerPoint]

Panel IV: Surviving or Thriving: Beta Business Models in the New World
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary] [Mermigas PowerPoint]

Closing Remarks: Charles Nesson
[MP3 audio] [MPEG video] [add notes in the wiki] [read the blog summary]

More Audio

  • Audio Berkman has posted a number of interviews with BB participants.

6 Responses to this post
  1. Crooked Timber » » What do college students do online? Said:
    June 14th, 2006 at 12:06 pm

    […] As mentioned earlier, last month I gave a talk at the Beyond Broadcast conference hosted at Harvard Law School. The conference folks have now made the presentations available in both audio and video format. You can listen to or watch my talk misleadingly titled “Just a Pretty Face(book)? What College Students Actually Do Online”. (The title is misleading, because the talk is not about Facebook or even social-networking sites more generally speaking. Rather, it’s about what young people do online and how it differs by type of background.) I have put the presentation slides online in case you are curious to see the specifics (those are hard to follow on the video and there wasn’t enough time for me to mention stats in the presentation). […]

  2. Web Use News » Blog Archive » What do college students do online? Said:
    June 14th, 2006 at 1:05 pm

    […] As mentioned earlier, last month I gave a talk at the Beyond Broadcast conference hosted at Harvard Law School. The conference folks have now made the presentations available in both audio and video format. You can listen to or watch my talk misleadingly titled “Just a Pretty Face(book)? What College Students Actually Do Online”. (The title is misleading, because the talk is not about Facebook or even social-networking sites more generally speaking. Rather, it’s about what young people do online and how it differs by type of background.) I have put the presentation slides online in case you are curious to see the specifics (those are hard to follow on the video and there wasn’t enough time for me to mention stats in the presentation). […]

  3. Web 2.0 Broadcasting » PB 2.0 … No, Not Peanut Butter Said:
    June 29th, 2006 at 12:28 pm

    […] And speaking of conferences and Web 2.0 Broadcasting, if you missed Beyond Broadcast 2006: Reinventing Public Media in a Participatory Culture at Harvard, fear not. Instead, go here and settle in for a whole lot o’ info on digital media about the future of PB. (Hint: nothing to do with crunchy, smooth, or jam-mixed-in). […]

  4. Colin Rhinesmith » Possible Approaches to My Graduate Program Said:
    July 21st, 2006 at 2:37 pm

    […] Two of the inagural projects have included CCTV’s coverage of the Berkman Center sponsored Beyond Broadcast conference and Charlie Nesson’s “At Charlie’s Table” series. […]

  5. Berkman Sunlight: Political Information in an Internet Era at Jake Shapiro blogs sometimes. Said:
    January 15th, 2007 at 8:47 pm

    […] We had the opportunity to do some forward promotion of the upcoming Beyond Broadcast: From Participatory Culture to Participatory Democracy, which is shaping up to be an excellent follow up to last year’s conference, this Sunlight gathering, and the 2007 Public Media Conference organized by the Integrated Media Association. […]

  6. Beyond Broadcast 2007 Videos — Beyond Broadcast 2007: from Participatory Culture to Participatory Democracy Archive Said:

    […] We’ll be continually updating this page with videos related to Beyond Broadcast 2007. If you’ve produced something we should include here, just drop us an email at info@beyondbroadcast.net. You may also want to check out the complete audio and video coverage from Beyond Broadcast 2006. […]

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