OpenAffairs.TV has forged a media partnership with Government Open Source Conference, known as GOSCON, a non-profit educational conference being produced in Portland Oregon on October 27th and 28th of 2010. OpenAffairs.TV will launch our network at GOSCON 2010, providing televised coverage of keynotes, selected sessions and interviews with speakers and attendees. OpenAffairs.TV will feature a number of well-known journalists and bloggers who cover open source and Government in on-air and recorded interviewers.
Event coverage will be broadcast to an internet audience, via live streaming technology, from the GOSCON website as well as OpenAffairs.TV website. OpenAffairs.TV will also provide a live feed and/or recorded content to the Oregon Public Affairs Network, also known as OPAN, for broadcast on their statewide cable network. Recorded coverage will be made available through the internet immediately after the event. In addition, the content may also be made available to broadcast outlets as it become available. The coverage would be produced in partnership with GOSCON and as such, GOSCON and OpenAffairs.TV have agreed to make the content available through a Creative Commons Attribution license. In turn, GOSCON would not bear any costs for the production or broadcast of the content produced by OpenAffairs.TV.
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