How to Create & Share Videos of Great Activism (hopefully without getting pepper-sprayed)
Occupy Wall Street’s success was due in part to great video activism. What can we learn from that? Join us to explore occupying online video in social media, creating content in high-stress situations, livestreaming, TV content, and more.
Harry Waisbren is co-founder of SuperVoters.org, which is a progressive web-video platform. He is also an organizer with Occupy Wall Street, where he is a member of the 'Your Inbox: Occupied' team that manages the OWS email list.
Deputy Editor, Upworthy
Rebecca Eisenberg is a Deputy Editor at Upworthy.com where curates meaningful, visual content and hopes to make the world a better place by blogging in her pajamas. She has been writing, editing, and sharing content for the internet since 2004. She has worked at BuzzFeed.com, and as an audience development coordinator for Driver Digital, a web video production company in New York City. In 2011 she co-founded a pop culture blog called I Spy A Famous Face which has over 180,000 followers... Read More →
Brad Gans Creative Director of SuperVoters.org, which is a progressive | web-video platform. He is also an media producer with Occupy Wall | Street, where he is a member of the OWS Media Collective and Global | Revolution Livestream. He is also the PM/Creative Director/Strategist | at Three Knights Media.
Messiah Rhodes is a New York City based film maker who’s documentaries have been screened at documentary film festivals and featured on websites such as the New York Daily News, Village Voice, Current TV, Huffington Post, MoveOn and many others. His most recent work can be found at www.rhodespictures.com.
Winnie Wong is the founder of Seismologik Media and Co-Founder of Permatecture Design. She is also an organizer for Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Sandy.
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