|June News from
Denver Open Media
|FIRST FRIDAYS AT DENVER OPEN MEDIA
Every First Friday, Deproduction and Denver Open Media
feature some of the best local music and performance art that Denver
has to offer. Broadcast live on DOM Channel 57, as well as KGNU community
radio 1390 AM, these events are a great way to check out our space and
enjoy live, local music.June 6, 2008 7-9PM - Juneteenth Celebration
Come celebrate Juneteenth with DJ Woogie Fresh and the SOUNDSTHATPOUND crew. Musical performaces by Manifest TrendSetters and Lion SoujJahs. Phat beats provided by ERN ONE, BIGG OXX and DJ WILL LOGIC. Spotlight on the Blair Caldwell African American Research Library. Keep it really real at 700 Kalamath Street this June 6th.
Know of a band or a local non-profit organization that you think should be highlighted during our next First Friday event? Encourage them to apply here.
|Deproduction Announces New Public Access/CTC Consulting Grant
In 2008, Deproduction was the recipient of a Knight News Challenge grant aimed at a long-term goal of helping Public Access TV stations
and Community Technology Centers better cooperate as a nation-wide
user-driven network. At the core of this grant is the collection and
implementation of a set of open-source tools developed by DOM and
others aimed at expanding the role of the community and streamlining
much of the workload of a Public Access station or CTC.
Throughout 2008, Deproduction will continue updating and developing the
various Drupal modules used in the User-Automated operation of Denver
Open Media, while integrating them with other Drupal modules developed
by our partners across the Public Access community.
By early 2009, Deproduction will make these tools available via
Drupal.org for Public Access stations and CTCs to implement. For those
organizations requiring support, Deproduction will select a group of
beta-test sites to receive comprehensive consulting, implementation,
and training services. Organizations interested in applying to be one
of the initial test-sites can complete our application form beginning
July 9, 2008, through Nov 9, 2008.
Read more about Denver Open Media'a Content Management award here.
|Reminder: Now accepting applications for the Denver Metro Non-Profit Production Grant
This new media production training grant will introduce and train participating nonprofits in valuable new media, assisting them in furthering their mission and gaining more exposure in the Denver Metro community. The grant is made possible through the support of Community First Foundation, who will be partnering with Deproduction in the new initiative. The purpose of the Denver Metro Nonprofit Production Grant is to support participating nonprofit organizations in leveraging new media technologies to increase outreach and awareness within the community. The program will provide several local nonprofit organizations with the skills and resources required to continue using these powerful tools for years to come. Full benefits listed here; final application deadline is June 14, 2008.