Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Me, on a panel, talking about blogs and other stuff? Sure, why not!

Digital Dissemination
Using the internet as a media-distribution channel
Moderator: Troy Johnson,

Can you make an impact in the arts or on the political landscape while skirting the traditional avenues of physical print publications? Many are doing just that with websites that complement physical print products; blogs; e-newsletters; and online radio and video.

The panel discussion will encompass the challenges faced with digital publishing and web design: computer hardware cost, revenue streams, marketing, artistic freedom and limitations, distribution, and editorial and blog content will be explored.
It's this Saturday, October 2, part of the Re:Verse Festival at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, "an annual celebration of independent thought, words, and media." There's also a screening of the PBS documentary I’ll Make Me A World, featuring Gwendolyn Brooks; readings by Samiya Bashir, R. Erica Doyle, and Cheryl Boyce Taylor; and an open mic closes things out.

It's from 4-8pm, with the panel discussion @ 5pm. Come check it out!

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