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A example live edit TV studio schedule

We use to do a lot of live edit TV studios (though rember this one had a lot of tech issues)

 

Visionon.tv STUDIO INTERVIEW SCHEDULE


SATURDAY STUDIO

TIME

 

INTERVIEWER

13.15

Duncan Campbell  CONFIRMED

David Crouch  proposed

Workshop: Inside the Belly of the Beast: Radicals in the Mainstream Media (Sat 2.15-3.45pm)

Richard

13.35

Greg Philo  proposed

(Sat: 2.15-3.45  Know Your Enemy:  Who Controls the Media)

Mark Curtis  proposed

SHARED WORKSHOP: War and the Media (Sat 4.15-5.45pm)

 

13.55



 
 

14.35



 
 

14.55

Ciaran Moore CONFIRMED

Wkshp: Dole TV: Television from Ireland’s Unemployed (Sat 4.14-5.45)

 

15.15

Laurie Penny proposed  

Nimco Ali  proposed

Wkshp:  The F-Word: Feminist Media  for the 21st Century (Sat: 4.15-5.45pm)

Kayte

15.55

Tim UK Uncut CONFIRMED  

Sakura Saunders  CONFIRMED

Teresa Marshall  CONFIRMED

Leah Borromeo CONFIRMED


WORKSHOP:  Meet the Radical Media Makers (Sat 2.15-3.45pm)

 

16.15

Michael Albert CONFIRMED

Wkshp: ZNet, ZSocial and Beyond (Sun: 11.30-1pm)

Richard/Hamish

16.45

Bill Thompson proposed

Becky Hogge proposed

Wkshp: Whose Internet is it? Are We Losing the War? (Sat 2.15-3.45 )

 

17.50-18.10

John Pilger  CONFIRMED

Workshop: War and the Media (Sat 4.15-5.45pm)

Richard

Kayte





SUNDAY STUDIO

TIME

 

INTERVIEWER

11.15

Ian Bone CONFIRMED

Workshop: Think Radical! Act Local (Sun: 9.30-11am)

 

11.30

Corine Dhondee proposed

Peter Tatchell (Outrage)

Eleanor Lisney CONFIRMED

Worskhop: Getting Your Own Back: Is a media problem shared a media problem solved?

 

12.15

Dan Hind proposed (Sun 11.30-1 UK Media Reform  in the Digital Age

Ruth Potts  CONFIRMED (Sun: 2-3.15 De-throning Economics and Business Reporting)

BOTH ARE IN:  Changing the System, Radical Visions for Transforming the UK’s Media (Sun 10.30-11.30)

 

13.30

Zahera Harb (x3) possible (call her) (Sat: 2.15-3.45pm PR, Propaganda and Censorship; Sun: 11.30-1pm We Are Everywhere: Voices from the Global South) OR 5pm Sunday (see below)

SUN 13.30 Taesun Kwon proposed

SHARED WORKSHOP: We Are Everywhere: Voices from

the Global South (Sun 11.30-1pm)

 

14.00

Simon Murray (Shake person) for him to propose to his group (Samia, Selina etc)

Workshop: Unheard Voices: Youth, ‘The Riots’ and the Media Sun: 11.30-1pm

 

17.00

Zahera Harb CONFIRMED (Sat: 2.15-3.45  PR, Propaganda and Censorship; Sun: 11.30-1pm We Are Everywhere: Voices from the Global South)

 
     
     
     










Possible interview

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Cynthia Cockburn (x2) (Sat 2.15 - 3.45 Out of the Ivory Tower: Making Academic Research Relevant to Journalists and Activists)


Natalie Fenton (Sat: 2.15-3.45  Know Your Enemy: Who Controls the Media)


Kate  Belgrave (Sat 2.25-3.45  Mind the Gap: What’s Missing from the UK Radical Media Scene)


Marc Wadsworth (facilitator Sat 2.15-3.45 Out of the Ivory Tower: Making Academic Research Relevant to Journalists and Activists)


Philip Hammond (Sat 2.15 - 3.45 Out of the Ivory Tower: Making Academic Research Relevant to Journalists and Activists)


Steven Speed (Sun: 9.30-11 Think Radical! Act Local)


Susanne Schuster (Sun: 9.30-11 Crossing the Language Barrier: Activist Translation)


Lidy Nacpil (facilitator,  Sun: 11.30-1pm We Are Everywhere: Voices from the Global South)


Gareth Evans (facilitator, Sun 11.30-1pm Just Doing It: Women Documentary Makers and Social Change


Alison Edgley (x2) (Sat: 4.15-5.45 The ABCs of the Propaganda Model)


David Miller (x2) (Sat: 2.15-3.45  Know Your Enemy: Who Controls the Media; Sat: 4.15-5.45  Tripping the Powerful: How Spinwatch Investigates Corruption and Abuses of Power)

Hazel Healey Saving the (Radical) Press (Sat 4.15-5.45pm)

To livestream an event

To livestream the event we have these options:

A lot of our equipment is broken or missing.

Mobile phone samsung note with line in from sound deck. Might have to use with the mini mixer with 12v battery for sound to work. Would need long USB cable (or big USB battery) for phone and tripod and holder. Stream this to any basic live streaming account. Could use the oneplus one but think the sound adapter will not work.

  • This is simple and will work, but basic.

Acer Silver laptop running wirecast with USB HD webcam on Tripod, stream this to youtube. Can have a second camera in vire mobile (oneplusone) IP camera but issues with audio sync on IP camera. Phone holder + big USB battery

  • This is better but our equipment is under speck and needs a windows re-install to increase reliability

Black thinkpad T410 laptop, FireWire to DV camera Tripod sound into camera (we don't have a working DV camera), with USB webcam as second camera + ip mobile if needed.

  • This is the best and most reliable working setup but we don't currently have a DV camera with working firewire output. It is also based on obsolete technology so not looking forward.

The best setup would be medium power gaming laptop with 2-3 usb HD cameras with remote control and zoom. Run wirecast and stream to youtube. would be useful to have a mobile hub to help the internet and ip camera to work. Budget for this is 2-3K

Update

Have a 3 camera setup working, one HD USB webcam and a USB to oneplusone phone and will try a wifi IP conection to a samsuneg note for the full setup. Now youtube streaming is not quite working yet, next step.

Outcome

The audio feed from the venue failed and they could not fix it so this is from the mic on top of a webcam.

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