FSU-RADIO, initial file
DATE: JAN 17, 2012
Random note: Eager to syndicate, #OSF Diamond Dave, firstname.lastname@example.org; 415-240-0286; Common Thread Community Radio, Open Mic FRI 3-6pm PST. As well as random scheduled call-in from the street, #OSF.
PRIOR to show:
Here's a work-around, the FSU 1st scheduled Soap Box Lecture http://cl.ly/CN7f it is: Austerity Games and the Global Impacts of Wall Street (Video 2 of 3) "Austerity Games and the Global Impacts of Wall Street" at Occupy Boston's Free School University on October 7, 2011 Kevin P. Gallagher discuss how Wall Street interests have hijacked the debates of crisis and debt in the US and across the globe and in so doing have duped publics into thinking that austerity is the route to recovery and growth. Nothing could be further from the truth. ---Kevin P. Gallagher is associate professor of international relations at Boston University and research associate at the Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University. --- Mark Blyth and Gallagher both blog at Triple Crisis (www.triplecrisis.com), a global blog of political economists writing about the crises in finance, development, and the environment. or say this:
We are listening to: Kevin Gallagher, of Brown University presented by Free School University's Occupy Boston Economic Forum. FSU's first class, originally recorded, October 7th, 2011, "Austerity Games and the Global Impacts of Wall Street"That is the audio version of FSU video which can be found at: YouTube search for FSUOccupyBoston: http://www.youtube.com/user/FSUOccupyBoston
Help file for Basecamp (whiteboard etc): http://help.37signals.com/basecamp
Buy a thumb drive to copy mp3 of the show ... and we'll figure out where to keep it, how to send it etc.
We particularity would love to have a twitter person to live-twitter from the FSU's account and deliver questions to David.
ADVERTISE this: To listen go to: http://www.occupyboston.org/ and click on RADIO at the top.
To call into the show 617-50-MY-RAD from 7-8pm WED.
And this:FRIDAY, January 20 The Howard Zinn Memorial Lecture Series 6:00pm - 8:00pm (Encuentro 5, 33 Harrison Ave, 5th Floor, Boston, MA) Panel: From Occupy to Workers Control, with Immanuel Ness and Elaine Bernard - What would it mean to really take the Occupy Movement into the workplace? Into the heart of the economic system itself? And how to do it?
Contact David if you'd like to be live in the audience: David Oscar Knuttunen <email@example.com>
Rebroadcasting FSU lectures: FSU YouTube was the main content of the radio for the 1st month ... IE they copied our YouTube into mp3s and are looping them so, that's gotten a lot of play. I'd be into rebroadcast them if we select the top 5. I think the stumbling block there is that when they transformed them into mp3 they didn't label them thus it's hard to sort. ... David said he could re transfer to mp3s and label them appropriately.
K & D, Can we have a phone discussion? Preferably a conference call? Specifically for: pre interview research and with preparing questions. And to help plan out a general structure/format/etiquette for the program. By this I mean some regular structure, not written in stone, that the host can fall back on if they don't have something else planned.
Soon there will be an OB-RADIO website where the schedule will be posted.
There are some files on http://groups.occupyboston.org/wg/radio especial Top 10 Interview Questions, dated
DEC 15th, 2011 http://groups.occupyboston.org/wg/radio/files/top-10-interview-tips-interview-planning-form
FSU-RADIO WED 7-8pm, David … and Eden at 5-6pm, postponed, Kathryn 6-7pm Theology & Science, Kathryn producer of all 3 hours.
in calendar:WEDNESDAY, January 18 FSU Radio 7:00pm - 8:00pm (streaming live at Occupy Boston Radio)
Jerry Friedman (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) will be on OB Radio with David from FSU to talk about the economy as part of our new weekly broadcast. Call 617-506-9726 with questions or comments, or join the IRC chat at occupyboston.org/radio.
Work Sheet Questions, updated and streamlined:
Summary of Show:
An educational series by Occupy Boston's Free School University. FSU Our goal is to form an autonomous zone and share skills needed to maintain that, to entertain educate and enliven Occupiers and the general public. Our purpose is to provide support and space for skill sharing and sharing basic info regarding Occupy Boston and to encourage self-organization, teaching, and learning opportunities.
Format: TALK radio featuring educational content such as lectures, panel discussions and interviews.
Host: David Knuttunen (617) 527-1313
Time: WED 7-8pm to start … in addition to the 7-8pm, Eden or Kathryn 5-6pm; Kathryn is doing 6-7pm. Eden: 5-6 maybe an adjunct show, updates from the FSU-WG as well as interviews, teach-ins discussions from afield ...
Do you need any tech help with your show (Editing, Sounds)?:
Archiving programming, and perhaps sometimes accessing and/or playing archived material, including materials archived elsewhere (e.g., FSU's Youtube site). But mostly it will be just live talk. Note: Kathryn Solorzano Lowell is the producer, and should be the technical contact for the show.
Do you need any other help with your show?: Kathryn has offered to be an alternate host as have I (eden) if phone call-in is working well.
Who is your audience?
FSU extend members, The Occupy Boston community, and others who do or should share the goals and ideals of the Occupy movement, everyone who cares about education, democracy ... the 99%
What contacts do you have to make this show more visible?:
OB calendar, groups calendar, Boston Occupier, and FSU's well viewed wiki pages, announcements at GA. Additionally, ACT-MA list, other activist email lists and calendars (to the extent possible.) Host also will publicize through Occupy Newton and Occupy the 'Burbs.
What do you wish to accomplish by broadcasting this show? Reaching a broader audience, generating interest in democracy and the Occupy Movement … get people talking about substantive issues; empowerment of activists and educators around justice and peace. To provide another medium for dissemination of ideas and information relevant to the Free School University's mission: to provide a learning community at Occupy Boston, to share skills, entertain, educate and enliven individuals through free and relevant education, and to encourage self-organization, teaching, and learning.