[gaia] Television

sivasubramanian muthusamy <6.internet@gmail.com> Tue, 02 April 2019 07:03 UTC

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Dear Michael

Interesting to find developments related to Telecom services in the
Community sphere. Wondering if there are technical / business models for
Community Satellite / Cable TV networks and if it would be feasible for
small/moderate scale Community Cable networks to subscribe to TV channels
such as HBO. May not really be a priority service segment, but when Telecom
services, Cable are "bundled" with Community based Internet access, the
feasibility is considerably improved. Might also lead to solutions such as
separation of copyrighted content from open content.

Sivasubramanian M


On Mon, Apr 1, 2019, 4:06 PM Michael J. Oghia <mike.oghia@gmail.com> wrote:

> FYI
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>
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Melissa Densmore <melissa.r.densmore@gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 12:04 PM
> Subject: [gaia] CFP: Community-Based Telecoms Workshop in Vienna and Cape
> Town - June 2019
> To: <africhi@googlegroups.com>om>, <
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>
> *Call for Participation*
>
> *Workshop on the Artful Integrations of Infrastructures by Community-Based
> Telecoms *
>
> *3 or 4 June (to be confirmed), 2019*
>
>
> *[summary]*
>
> The University of Cape  and OVCOMM Dynamic will be co-hosting a workshop
> concurrent with the a workshop in Vienna at the C&T conference
> <https://2019.comtech.community/>. All communities and researchers
> working on community-based telecoms (e.g. wikipedia deployments, community
> networks, community radio) are invited to participate and share experiences
> about how we make things work. If interested, please apply here
> https://forms.gle/7tdBeG7G4KA6bzGSA or email mdensmore@cs.uct.ac.za by 20
> April 2019.
>
>
>
> *[long version]*
>
> This one-day workshop will be hosted both in Vienna and online during The 9th
> International Conference on Communities and Technologies C&T
> https://2019.comtech.community/ 3 - 7 June 2019. It focuses on the
> experiences of communities that own and operate their own telecoms systems,
> such as local Wi-Fi networks and radio. We will consider what communities
> do to tackle the infrastructures, or taken-for-granted arrangements, that
> affect deploying and adopting telecoms.
>
>
> ICTs involve many infrastructures that arise from and support social,
> technical, political, legal, administrative, methodological and
> institutional structures and processes. Infrastructures can be physical
> (e.g. cables); software (e.g. code); methodological (e.g. standards);
> organizational (e.g. engineering professions); institutional (e.g. academic
> structures); and, many more. Communities often devise ways to compensate
> for constraints and weaknesses of infrastructures in their local telecom
> projects. Communities have, for instance, tackled policy infrastructures,
> because laws do not support their telecoms, and integrated their own social
> infrastructures to align with their community values.
>
>
> *Workshop Activities *
>
> We will facilitate conversations between members and users of
> community-based telecoms, researchers, practitioners and activists. These
> conversations aim for these different groups to:
>
>    - • learn from each other's experiences in responding to
>    infrastructures;
>    - • recognize the ways infrastructures affect community-based
>    telecoms;
>    - • identify how community-based telecoms can influence future
>    infrastructures;
>    - • form relationships to enable ongoing sharing of experiences around
>    infrastructure.
>
>
> We will use video-conferencing to connect directly to community-based
> telecoms. A community network in South Africa has already agreed to
> participate remotely, and we invite other community-based telecoms too (see
> 2. below).
>
>
> *How to Participate *
>
> We invite participation by members and users of community-based telecoms,
> researchers, practitioners and activists involved/interested in local Wi-Fi
> or GSM, hyperlocal radio or other local telecoms. To indicate your interest
> please submit by *April 20 2019 *responses to the questions below.
>
>
> You may respond using the online form https://forms.gle/7tdBeG7G4KA6bzGSA or
> by emailing your responses to: mdensmore@cs.uct.ac.za:
>
> 1. Your details (name, email, project)
>
> 2. Your participation – if you will participate in Vienna, Cape Town, or
> if you propose to host a workshop or participate remotely. If you propose
> to host a workshop or participate remotely, please use the questions in the
> form to guide you in providing details about how you will facilitate it.
>
> 3. Include a short file, which can be:
>
> • Media about a community-based telecom, e.g. a short text or audio
> description of an initiative
>
> • Art depicting interactions between existing infrastructures,
> community-based technologies and future infrastructures
>
> • A 2-page academic-style, position paper about infrastructures revealed
> by, or created for, community-based telecoms
>
> • Something else that pertains to the workshop topic and is accessible to
> both practitioners and academics
>
>
> You will be required to sign into Google in order to upload your document.
> Please submit up to one file (document, PDF, image, audio, video, zip) of
> up to 100MB in size. All submissions must be in English.
>
> We will select participants based on how their submissions contribute
> diverse experiences in ways that are accessible to diverse perspectives.
>
>
> *Organisers *
>
> *Nicola J Bidwell *International University of Management, Namibia
>
> *Melissa Densmore *University of Cape Town, South Africa
>
> *André van Zyl *OVCOMM cooperative, Ocean View, South Africa
>
> *Sarbani Banerjee Belur *Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
>
> *Nicolás Pace *Association for Progressive Communications and Altermundi,
> Argentina
>
> *Nic Bidwell *is founding mentor of Groot Aub CN, Namibia, a mentor on
> Afchix’s gender-sensitive CN project and, in 2018, conducted multiple
> case-study research on CNs in six countries in the global south. In 2013
> she was awarded IFIP’s inaugural award for interaction design for social
> and economic development for research that was a pre-cursor to Zenzeleni
> CN.
>
> *Melissa Densmore *is a senior lecturer in UCT’s Centre in ICT4D, South
> Africa. Her research explores community-based digital content creation for
> CNs, and has previously included studying telecoms adoption in an NGO in
> Uganda, and wireless infrastructure deployments in Ghana, India, and DR
> Congo.
>
> *Sarbani Banerjee Belur *is a senior researcher on Gram Marg’s rural
> broadband project, India, winner of Mozilla’s Equal Rating Innovation
> Challenge. Since 2015 she has facilitated connectivity to remote villages.
> Her research focuses on gendered use of connectivity and seeding CNs in
> Indian villages.
>
> *Andrè van Zyl *is a Computer/IT Teacher at Ocean View Secondary School,
> and a Director of the OVCOMM cooperative that administers a community
> network in Ocean View, a town-ship in Cape Town, South Africa.
>
> *Nicolás Pace *is the Movement Building Coordinator for the Association
> for Progressive Communication’s Local Access Networks initiative. He
> supports CNs around the world, is part of AlterMundi, that develops models
> and technologies for CNs, and REDES AC, that supports CNs in Indigenous
> Mexico.
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