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This project is building on the momentum for change by uniting people all over the world around four questions to explore a global vision for a new way forward. We will then use art and music to share that vision with the world.
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Mobile Instructions

3 STEPS TO BROADCASTING FROM YOUR MOBILE PHONE LIVE ON DEC 20th:

(+the most important tips)

 WE HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED A WONDERFUL TECHNOLOGY GIFT WHICH WILL MAKE UPLOADING OF YOUR VIDEO VERY EASY AND ALSO ENSURE HIGH QUALITY STREAMING!  

Our technical team is pulling out all the stops to bring this to you by tomorrow and later today if possible.

In the mean time, if your event is coming up today and you feel comfortable storing a local video file, please go ahead and use your digital video camera or mobile phone to record the event.  We will announce how to upload that video soon!

Also PLEASE REVIEW THE TIPS FOR A GOOD BROADCAST BELOW, AND CHECK THIS PAGE  REGULARLY.

Thanks for your patience, energy and support! It's going to be a magical day.

 

--------------        MOST IMPORTANT TIPS FOR A GOOD BROADCAST!       ---------------

  • Introduce yourself!  Once your recording begins, announce your name, where you are from, and how you believe your piece can contribute to making the world a better place.
  • Audio is really important, try to get close to the source and if possible, use a microphone or a headset for interviews etc.
  • Keep an eye on the “Stream health” indicator. It will hint about how good your broadcast throughput is. If the % is low, it indicates that your connection is not capable of transmitting data/video fast enough. Consider lowering your “video resolution” that is found in the settings of the app; Consider using a WiFi if available
  • Keep track of time! Artists and musicians will have 4-7 minutes to showcase their creative projects which were developed to support movement to a better world.  NGO’s, corporations and individuals will have 30 seconds to record messages with comments about what they are doing to make the world a better place.  PLEASE DO NOT GO OVER THIS TIME SLOT! (If you go over this allotted time, we may need to switch over to a new live feed in the middle of what you are saying to ensure everyone has an opportunity to participate. We don’t want to cut you off, so please make sure to stay within this time frame.)

*Note:  if your piece requires more time, please email fdominguez@unafp.org, explain the circumstances and we will arrange for a wider time slot.  (The full version of all art and music pieces will be available on an archive that will be made public during the broadcast.)

Additional things to consider:

Consider your surroundings:  You will have the greatest chance of getting on television news around the world if you live stream your performance using globally recognized visual cues (i.e. near a major landmark, in crowds of people in traditional dress, in front of exported items which the city/country is known for, etc.).    

Consider the ‘heart’ factor: People tend to like to watch people who are passionate and honest.  Consider talking from your heart, rather than from a script – and talk about the things that are most powerful and important to YOU!

Consider the ‘fun’ factor:  People also like to watch people having fun!  Are there ways to make your presentation to the world more fun?  Maybe by incorporating humor, a good story, a costume, a game, or something specific to you which will make the audience more engaged? 

 

Timeline of Broadcast. 

You must record your presentation either on the 19th or the 20th (up until 11am GMT on the 21st).  Once recorded, your presentation will come to our central broadcasting system.  All recordings will go through a review process first, to make sure all of the material is relevant and appropriate for our audiences.  As long as you are talking about how to make a better world in a way that is not going to create high levels of conflict, your post will make it on the broadcast.  Some recordings may go instantaneously, while others may be held up if there is a high volume of traffic. 

 

Test run on December 17th

We are conducting a ‘test run’ of the mobile app process on December 17th at 1pm NY Time (GMT -5).  If you would like to test out the application on your phone, please follow the directions above on December 17th.   If there are any problems we will work with you to resolve them before December 20th.   

 

For more information: contact Frank Dominguez at fdominguez@unafp.org.

 

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