[Community_studios] Re: Fwd: Re: [DMCA_Discuss] Fwd: RE: Intel Continues to DO IT RIGHT!
tompoe at renonevada.net
Sun Apr 14 15:03:05 EDT 2002
Hi: thanks, and I hope some of you can take this idea and run with it. I'll
see if I can stir up some content for these recordings.
On Sunday 14 April 2002 11:54, WXYC Chapel Hill 89.3FM wrote:
> I'll forward the request on to our body of DJs, and someone may be able to
> help point you in the right direction. If anyone can help, I'll have them
> e-mail you directly. Thanks, & good luck! Best- WXYC
> On Fri, 12 Apr 2002, tom poe wrote:
> > Hi: I'm forwarding the message below in hopes you can help.
> > Thanks,
> > Tom Poe
> > Reno, NV
> > http://www.studioforrecording.org/
> > http://www.ibiblio.org/studioforrecording/
> > http://renotahoe.pm.org/
> > ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> > Subject: Re: [DMCA_Discuss] Fwd: RE: Intel Continues to DO IT RIGHT!
> > Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 10:10:07 -0700
> > From: tom poe <tompoe at renonevada.net>
> > To: Simon Drabble <simon at eskimo.com>
> > On Friday 12 April 2002 05:59, Simon Drabble wrote:
> > - - -snip - - --
> > > again, our only strength will be in numbers. anyone have any idea what
> > > a prime-time cable tv ad costs? or even not prime-time.
> > >
> > > Si.
> > Hi: Well, your point is well-taken. I am pursuing an Open Source
> > Project that is dedicated to creating community-based recording studios.
> > It will be weeks to months before this jells. Now, supposing someone
> > were to be able to identify several [or lots] of "basement" studios that
> > folks have in their homes, and create a variety of recordings that could
> > be used by the remaining [and dwindling] web radio broadcasters. Since
> > the quality of the recordings isn't an issue, but the distribution is,
> > let's think about how we might work those recordings into the mainstream
> > media, and get the word out that this copyright assault is going to have
> > to be stopped. If it's not, everyone will lose the Internet, lose the
> > computer, and have only expensive, "Big Brother" devices available to
> > them. Anyone know who might have "basement" studio stuff that could let
> > us test this approach?
> > Thanks,
> > Tom
> > -------------------------------------------------------
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