GoodVibe is envisioned as a digital radio and TV network featuring a unique mix of independent local music and cultural arts programming throughout its schedule. Realizing this vision would require a broad network of support and inventive use of technology. “We reached out to people who were doing really creative things and asked for help. They we’re very receptive to helping us define our own vision for community media in Detroit.” Colorado’s Open Media Foundation offered insight into their operations at Denver Open Media while critical technology solutions were provided by another partner located in Canada’s remote Yukon Territory. The network will leverage Audio Over Internet Protocol or AOIP technology to inexpensively connect multiple studios across several locations. GoodVibe already conducts programs with Hannan Center and Northwest Activities Center in Detroit, Ann Arbor District Library and several other local partners. GoodVibe is among the more than 70 social justice, art, media and technology related Sponsored Projects of Allied Media Projects.
About Make This World Foundation
GoodVibe Community Media Network is a program of Make This World Foundation, a Michigan based Not for Profit Corporation formed in 2009. Founder David Pittman is a veteran multimedia producer and voice talent with previous career assignments at WGPR, WJR, WUOM and TV-Tokyo in New York City among others. The foundation is organized to provide distribution services for cause related media campaigns. The group is particularly focused on promoting greater diversity in media by providing access to traditionally under-represented audiences including multicultural families, women and seniors. For more information visit makethisworld.org
Powered by WPeMatico