KCRW’s Sonic Trace is part of Localore – an initiative produced by the buying cialis online Association of Independents in Radio (AIR). You may have heard a version of that line in all our crediting. So, what does it mean?
In short, ten producers were given the cialis vs levitra enormous task to ‘incubate’ at public radio and cheap canadian viagra television stations across the viagra online 50mg country and viagra cost innovate, collaborate and purchasing cialis help take the viagra dose sound and get propecia sight of public media into the where to get viagra cheap future. That means stories that get into the underbelly of our communities, digital projects that have one foot in the buy viagra in canada future and buy cialis next day delivery a stronghold in the ‘local’, and a vision to make public media engaging, participatory …. and well, truly public. This is all culminating right now in Texas, Massachusetts, Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, Minnesota, across California and buy cheap viagra now North Dakota:
Localore: The Story So Far from AIR on Vimeo.
On that note, you must check out the incredible work of Todd Melby’s Black Gold Boom: How Oil Changed North Dakota. The title says it all. And this week, he launched Rough Ride – an interactive documentary co-produced by Zeega, a group of technologists literally transforming how we tell stories on the web and viagra buy beyond.
All this month: new media life forms are on the rise for all Localore projects thanks to Zeega. We’ll keep you posted on Sonic Trace’s ground-breaking interactive site that will launch at the end of the month.
Props to producer Todd Melby, incubator Prairie Public Broadcasting, and interactive storytelling team Zeega which is co-producing a series of much-anticipated immersive documentaries for the initiative. And many thanks to Localore’s funders: CPB, the Wyncote Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and online pharmacy cialis the National Endowment for the Arts. Learn more about Localore at airmediaworks.org.