Workshop: Learn how to video livestream

Tuesday, December 4, 2012 - 22:30 to Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - 01:30

When: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 5PM – 8PM
Where: Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto Cost: $75

Video livestream skills are an essential part of a social media toolkit. Organizations use livestream to stream live events over the Internet, expand community and engage audiences beyond geographic limitations.

rabble.ca, Canada’s most read independent, progressive news website, is seeking to recruit livestream technicians and is offering is rare opportunity to learn livestreaming techniques from experienced online media pros.

Who should come to this workshop?

You own or have experience operating a video camera, are familiar with the concept of livestreaming and want to get practical training that can kickstart your progress, and you are interested in working with independent media.

If this sounds like you, join us for this skills-building workshop with emerging media expert Wayne MacPhail, and rabble.ca’s senior livestream producer, Tor Sandberg.

To join this workshop you will need a camcorder that has the ability to hook up to a computer via FireWire, as well as an Internet-capable laptop. Space is limited. Please send you would like to join this workshop to re an email to business@rabble.ca

A limited number of scholarships are available. Please indicate in your email if you would like to apply for a scholarship.

Centre for Social Innovation - Spadina
215 Spadina Avenue
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 2.5452" N, 79° 23' 48.1956" W
Ontario CA
business@rabble.ca

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