“The Brooklyn Media Maker Weekend presents a collections of workshops and lectures to introduce, inform, and enhance the public’s knowledge of using television-related technology. The conference will also help to build awareness about your New York Emmy-nominated Brooklyn Free Speech television channels and resources available at The Media Center— including a media education program that teaches television production, documentary filmmaking, radio podcasting, marketing, and distributing.
Including Community Media Day, the three-day Brooklyn Media Maker Weekend event will celebrate all things community media, accessible media, and free speech.
Community Media Day
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Community Media Day is an annual celebration of voices that brings awareness to the importance of free speech and accessible media for all individuals to have their voices heard. Join us at BRIC House to kick-off Brooklyn Media Maker Weekend with a Keynote Speech from Antoine Haywood, Director of Philly Cam at 7pm.
RSVP FOR COMMUNITY MEDIA DAY HERE!
Perfect Your Pitch Workshop
Friday, October 21, 2016
Do you have an interesting idea for a television show but are having difficulty coming up with a way to sell it? In this workshop, you’ll learn valuable techniques from BRIC TV producers for preparing for a television pitch. These include developing a hook, considering the audience, coming up with a trailer, as well as common mistakes and pitfalls that you might run into when brainstorming your pitch.
Hosted by Kecia Élan Cole, Senior Producer, BRIC TV and Skye MacLeod, Associate Director of Education, Brooklyn Free Speech.
RSVP FOR THE PERFECT YOUR PITCH WORKSHOP HERE!
Workshops and Free Prizes
Saturday, October 22, 2016
A full day of dynamic workshops and lectures to inform and enhance the public’s knowledge of community media making.
RSVP FOR THE WORKSHOPS AND FREE PRIZES HERE!”
Click here for more information on this weekend’s festivities!
Information and image via http://www.bricartsmedia.org/
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