Welcome to this week's Cyber Scene newsletter. This week we thought
we'd send our announcement about our Cyber Scene TV shows. We just
completed one, with Jumpcut handling production, and have thirteen
more shows archived at http://www.CyberSceneTV.com.
online at: http://www.thecyberscene.com/calendar/
CyberScene TV aims to inform and entertain those in the industry
and those curious about it. Initially beginning with full-length
shows broken into several clips, the show focused on exploring the
"cyber scene" in various cities. Three main elements defined the
show: how the new media industry got started in that particular
town; an in-depth personality profile of a major player or
up-and-comer; and a glimpse into that week's parties. Currently
there are shows on New York, London, Austin and the South by
Southwest Conference. The show's format is evolving to a weekly
production schedule of short clips about the news and events of
the week for different cities. CyberScene TV will have an on-air
component as well.
We're signing up sponsors and advertisers as we gear up for a full
production schedule. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if interested
in these opportunities.
~ SO CHECK OUT WWW.CYBERSCENETV.COM ~
We'll return to our regular schedule of the newsletter next Friday,
October 20th, with reports from London, Boston and our other Cyber
Scene intrepid reporters.
Also: this weekend, I'll be in Boston for the Radcliffe Alumnae
Council 2000, speaking on a panel with Mary Moon (eve.com), Eileen
Shulock (webgrrls.com), Dr. Diana Post (Mt. Auburn Hospital) and
June White (burst.com). Radcliffe's Dean and iVillage.com's Candace
Carpenter will speak to the Alumnae from years 1932 to 1999. Moira
Gunn (host, TechNation) will speak at our luncheon and the whole
event will be webcast so you can see it all for yourself at: