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Friday, April 22 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Telling Stories on the Little Screen: Using Traditional and New Media to Get It Done

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Public access television and community radio stations provide free or low-cost facilities to produce broadcast content. A community partnership between the Ashland Branch Library and the Ashland Mystery Readers Group planned, produced and broadcast two tv interview series on local public access television from 2003-2012. In 2015, a partnership between JCLS and the Southern Oregon Historical Society was expanded to broadcast local history content on public access television. This program describes how you can create and distribute content, and build community awareness for your programs in fun and relatively inexpensive ways.

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avatar for Maureen Flanagan Battistella

Maureen Flanagan Battistella

Assistant Professor Affiliate and Research Anthropologist, Southern Oregon University
Battistella’s research involves food culture, heritage agriculture and the wines of Southern Oregon. She is one of the architects of the Stories of Southern Oregon project, a collection made available through SOU Hannon Library's Southern Oregon Digital Archives portal. The Stories... Read More →
avatar for Amy Blossom

Amy Blossom

Public Services Librarian and Ashland Branch Manager, Jackson County Library


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