From 2 – 5 June 2012, EngageMedia will be in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to talk about training issues, the development of toolkits, the effectivity and impact of our work and new trends in video advocacy.
EngageMedia launched its discussion and screening tour, featuring two of our Indonesian team members, at Gertrude’s Brown Couch, Fitzroy, 4 March 2011.
EngageMedia and Unweb have just released Plumi 4.2.1 and upgraded the EngageMedia.org site. The release focuses on stability enhancements and bug fixes along with a couple of new features.
Following the annual team meeting, EngageMedia video activists will be visiting Australia’s East Coast in March.
EngageMedia’s Andrew Lowenthal will be speaking on the Online Video as a Political Tool session at the Video Vortex 6 conference in Amsterdam (March 2011).
I liked it, and hope we’ll do it again next year.
Southeast Asia Editor Enrico Aditjondro and Indonesian Content and Outreach Coordinator Yerry Borang travelled down to Melbourne in late February 2011 to join the whole EngageMedia team and board members to do a mishmash strategising of the media and organization.
In March 2011, the APC met on Panglao Island, Bohol, in the Philippines with the local member, Foundation for Media Alternatives as our host. Andrew Garton attended as EngageMedia’s APC member representative.
EngageMedia will be honoured to receive the Global Social Change Film Festival Innovator Award. The award will be presented at the Global Social Change Film Festival in Ubud, Bali, April 13 to 17, 2011.