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Initially with Deptford.TV, and later with Inclusion Through Media, we have collaboratively created a number of books, all having in common that they deal with new media. The two Deptford.TV diaries both act as a documentation of this Deptford-based community TV project, as an exploration of the urban change taking place in this area, and as a contemporary critique of the rigidity of media existing systems. The Converge manual is a hands-on guide to publishing your own film material on the net, and Inclusion Through Media is an ambitious reader adjoining the UK-wide project with the same name, where youths across Britain were engaged to make their own audiovisual media in different ways, facing different obstacles depending on their varying social backgrounds.

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Deptford.TV diaries I – strategies of sharing
Deptford.TV diaries I

Deptford.TV diaries [autumn 2006] Deptford.TV is an audio-visual documentary project, tracing the regeneration process of Deptford (south-east London) in collaboration with SPC.org media lab, Bitnik.org, Boundless.coop, Liquid Culture and Goldsmiths College. Since September 2005 they have assembled audiovisual material around the area, asking community members, video artists, film-makers, visual artists and students to contribute statements, feedback and critique of the ongoing process of urban change in Deptford. The unedited as well as edited media content is being made available on the Deptford.TV database and distributed over the Boundless.coop wireless network. The media is licensed through open content licenses such as Creative Commons and the GNU general public license.

This book is a compilation of theoretical underpinnings, interviews and written documentation of the project.

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Deptford.TV Diaries II – Pirate Strategies
Deptford.TV diaries II

Deptford.TV diaries II: Pirate Strategies [spring 2008] Deptford.TV is an audio-visual documentation of the urban change of Deptford (south-east London) in collaboration with SPC.org media lab, Bitnik.org, Boundless.coop, Liquid Culture and Goldsmiths College.
The unedited as well as edited media content is being made available on the Deptford.TV database and distributed over the Boundless.coop wireless network. The media is licensed through open content licenses such as Creative Commons and the GNU general public license.

This book is a compilation of theoretical underpinnings, local narratives and written documentation not only of the local Deptford.TV project but of phenomena relating to an in many ways new situation of ’strategic’ rather than ‘tactical’ alternative media.

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Converge
Converge

Converge [autumn 2007] A project within the ITM programme that enables young people to showcase and distribute their audiovisual works on the web. In collaboration with Hi8us, Goldsmiths College produced this handbook and workshop programme to enable young people to make use of existing sites like the Internet Archive, Participatory Culture, YouTube and Video Syndication Network and to publish videos on own sites using free an open source software.

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Inclusion Through Media
ITM

Inclusion Through Media [autumn 2007] ITM is a programme of projects across the UK which use audio-visual media to engage young people and excluded individuals and communities. It focuses on projects that bring the target groups together with media professionals to produce high-quality products for maximum impact. ITM projects stress innovative methods and participatory approaches. One of ITM’s objectives is using ICT for the production and distribution of learning materials and products developed by partners and target groups.

The book (edited by Tony Dowmunt, Mark Dunford and Nicole van Hemert) brought together critical insights and themes explored in the ITM programme. It offers first hand accounts of the work, together with critical analysis of the processes it involves and the policy issues it raises. It explores how working creatively with media can contribute to social cohesion, and points the way to new media, youth and social policy.

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NODE.London Reader II
Node.London Reader II

NODE.London Reader II [March 2009] The NODE.London Reader II projects a critical context around the Season of Media Arts in London, March 2008. NODE.London (Networked, Open, Distributed, Events. London) is a voluntary network of people, organisations and projects sharing and developing the infrastructure for media arts and related ctivities in London and beyond. This reader revisits debates on media arts and activism, collaborative practices and organization and the political economy of media economics. It includes contributions from Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett, Anna Colin, Julie Freeman, Matthew Fuller, Usman Haque, Jamie King, Armin Medosch, Jonas Andersson, Toni Prug, Adnan Hadzi, Cinzia Cremona and Petra Bauer. Edited by Mia Jankowicz, Anna Colin, Adnan Hadzi and Jonas Andersson.

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