PBNMC participant Terry Heaton writes: "I saw a sign outside one of the meeting rooms at the Integrated Media Association's conference on public broadcasting in Seattle last week. It read: 'Public Broadcasting: Radio, Television, Internet.' We need to step away from that sign for a minute and ask 'what's wrong with this picture? ¶ What's wrong is that the internet isn't a form of broadcasting, and putting it in the same line with 'other' broadcast models is suicidal in a Media 2.0 world. If public broadcasters are to be successful downstream, they're going to have to see themselves as more than 'just' broadcasters, and that takes a new way of thinking. ..." Link: The Pomo Blog.
Also see Terry's, Eclectic thoughts from the IMA conference. Link: The Pomo Blog. --Dennis