Many to Many documentary featuring Global Voices

Martin Lucas and the Center for Social Media have produced an excellent short documentary, titled “Many to Many – Public Media and the Blogosphere”. The twelve minute film provides an introduction to new efforts that are combining blogging with traditional media. Global Voices is featured alongside exciting efforts like Chris Lydon's Radio Open Source and PBS's POV Borders.

Our South Asia editor Neha Viswanathan and contributor Dina Mehta are featured, talking about their work on the Southeast Asia Tsunami Help blog, and the video captures some of the spirit and excitement of our December conference in London.

For anyone interested in how media thinkers are viewing our efforts, it's worth reading reports from Noëlle McAfee and Martin Lewis offer their views as media analysts of our December conference and the possible role of Global Voices in the larger world of media and journalism.



  • […] A video produced by the Center for Social Media – which I just blogged about on Global Voices – about efforts to involve blogging and citizens’ media in mainstream media has provoked some interesting comments from Colin Brayton. Brayton describes himself as “an admittedly dissident stakeholder in the GVO project. To clarify what this means: Brayton wrote a post for Global Voices several months back, has posted many comments on our site, and applied unsuccesfully for our managing editor position. As he’s made clear in several comments on our site and his site, Brayton is worried about Global Voices’ relationship with mainstream media: I beginning to see that projects like these, and Newsvine as well, are designed, or redirected to serve, as training grounds for professional intermediaries between the blogging public and the professional media. […]

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