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  1. Producer Tips on How to Start a Podcast

    April 10, 2011

    ITVS’ Steve Goldbloom shares his notes from a podcasting workshop held on Sunday at the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston. After listening to passionate seminars on the future of Public Media, net-neutrality, and the new rules of journalism — it was nice to finally get a chance to play in the sandbox. That is NCRM’s Media and Technology

  2. Create Your Multimedia Documentary Dream Team

    April 9, 2011

    ITVS’ Steve Goldbloom reports from the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston. Kara Oehler is the Executive Director of Media and Place Productions and the co-creator of Mapping Main Street — a collaborative documentary media project that creates a new map of the country through stories, photos, and videos recorded on actual Main Streets. The

  3. FACE TO FACE with the Future of Public Media

    April 8, 2011

    ITVS’ Steve Goldbloom reports from the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston.  “Raise your hands if you work in public media? Citizen journalist? Media reformer?” A steady tide of arms lift and collapse as everyone’s eyes shift around the room to scope out each other’s company. This is how the moderator of Friday’s panel on The Future of Public

  4. Update from The National Conference for Media Reform

    April 7, 2011

    Thousands will convene this weekend in Boston to share ideas about the future of media, technology, and democracy at the 2011 NCMR. ITVS Marketing & Communications Manger Steve Goldbloom is at the conference and will be providing updates on BTB. Greetings from Boston! The NCMR kicks off bright and early Friday morning with a live broadcast of

  5. SXSW Film Festival Begins

    March 11, 2011

    Season Two of FUTURESTATES and several ITVS films are on the festival lineup The South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival kicked off today in Austin, Texas and will run until March 19. Among the films on display this year are three ITVS projects: Better This World, by Katie Galloway and Kelly Duane de la Vega; Where Soldiers Come From, by Heather