For all individuals who became members of DOM in 2006: We are extending your membership until December 31, 2007! Please renew before Jan. 1, 2008. see details below...
Our first year operating Denver's new commuity interactive TV station has been full of trials and errors, as well as many
successes. Therefore, we want to give members who joined DOM during our start-up phase an opportunity to get a little more out of their membership. If you became a member of DOM in 2006, your year-long membership is now up for
If you have not yet taken advantage of all the benefits of your membership, now is the time! If you want to find out more about what benefits are available to you through your membership, please visit our website at: Member Levels
your membership with DOM, please call the office at (720) 222-0160 or
stop by the station at 7th & Kalamath Streets between 2pm & 9pm
Tuesdays through Fridays to make a payment. Thank you very much for your ongoing support!
|2007 DOM Success Stories
Accomplishments and Aspirations
We now have Online Video Archiving
so anyone can see your show on our website from anywhere in the world!
We also just started Live Streaming of Channel 58 (with Quicktime 7) so
folks can watch your show live via the internet.
to your commitment and hard work we now have 27 weekly, bi-weekly and
monthly live and pre-recorded series. We have also started streaming
KGNU radio during the programming breaks on both 57 and 58.
We have many plans for the upcoming year, one of which includes improving the Ingest and
Dominizing process to make it easier and more user-friendly. For more information on how you can get involved with our station, and really utilize the equipment and classes that are available to you, please visit us online at www.denveropenmedia.org.
Hands-on Web Video Workshop
November 3, 2007 12-4pm
There are millions of videos on the web, learn how to make your videos
The Web Video Workshop will show you how to create
internet ready video and effectively distribute it over YouTube,
Blip.tv, Myspace, Facebook and your own website or blog.
The first two
hours of the workshop will focus on how to capture, edit and compress
your video using a hand held digital camera and Movie Maker (we will
also provide resources for using iMovie or Final Cut.) The second half
will cover uploading video to YouTube and adding it to your own
website, Myspace or Facebook accounts as well as creating a video blog
using Blip.tv and Blogger.
This class costs $40.00 for DOM members and $50.00 for non-members. Registration is limited, so sign up today!
Other Classes at DOM
|Intro to Studio Production ||November 7-8, Wednesday and Thursday, 6-9pm both days|| |
|Accelerated Field Production||November 14-15, Wednesday and Thursday, 6-9pm both days|| |
|Final Cut Pro Workshop||November 28-29, Wednesday and Thursday, 6-9pm both days|| |
|Intro to Studio Production||December 15, Saturday, 11am-5:30pm|| |
|Final Cut Pro Workshop||December 19-20, Wednesday and Thursday, 6-9pm both days|| |
|Class Schedule and Registration||
|First Fridays at Denver Open Media
November 2, 2007 7-9pm
Laura Goldhamer, Ian Cooke and Paper Bird
Come for a special night of animals, art, music, food, drink and silent auction.
$5 suggested donation to see the bands. All proceeds to benefit The MaxFund Animal Adoption Center.
December 7, 2007
Come help us celebrate our one-year anniversary at Denver Open Media! We will be hosting our first ever live pledge drive, and of course
there will be live music, food & drink for all. The festivities will be broadcast live on Comcast channel 57 and KGNU 1390AM. More details to follow...
If you are
interested in doing a volunteer shift for the event please contact Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience.
Thank you for your support!
GivingFirst a Success
Thank you very much to everyone who contributed last month through Community First's GivingFirst Program. Donations made on the morning of Oct 3rd were matched, 50-cents on
the dollar until all allotted matched funds were exhausted (which happened fast!).
Deproduction/Denver Open Media received nearly $12,000 in donations that day. A big thanks to those who set their alarm clocks and got their donations in early, especially: H. Ansbacher, S. Pensack Rinehart, S. Shearer, J. Stoval and S. Webber.
remainder of 2007, Community First Foundation will cover all processing
fees, ensuring that 100% of your donation goes to our organization.
To donate via Giving First, please click on the link below: