History
Icon-add-to-playlist Icon-download Icon-drawer-up
Share this ... ×
...
By ...
Embed:
Embedded player size:
Embedded player preview:
300x300_2896374
itunes pic
Icon-play-large
Designing the Digital City in Long Beach: Episode 1
Time-length-icon 8m 56s
Plays-icon 0
Icon-like
Publish-date-icon April 22, 2010
Icon-add-to-playlist Add to Playlist
Icon-download-mini Download Episode

Subscribe-itunes-badge
EPISODE DESCRIPTION

Public Access on Cable Television was, from the seventies to the nineties, was a community serving concept: Provide Access to media for ordinary citizens who might otherwise never have a voice. While it's been most known for its more radical antics and wild clownish programming, it has served an important role in many communities. But as the technology has changed in the 21st century, many have questioned the relevance of Public Access. In Designing the Digital City, Public Access is the foundation for an entirely new communications system in Long Beach. In a city of nearly half a million people under served by electronic media (no local TV stations and only one local radio station with no public affairs programming), we offer a design for a Digital City where all residents can have a voice and speak to each other as never before. In episode one, the Big Picture.

COMMENTS
Comments are disabled for this podcast
x
Embed Code
After customizing your player (optional), copy and paste the embed code above. The code will change based on your selections.
Color:

Size:
300x278
440x380
640x525
Custom
Width: px
Height: px

Min. width: 200px

Min. height: 205px


Start playing automatically?
No Yes
Help | Terms | Privacy | Partners | PRO Support
© 2015 PodOmatic, Inc.