Scotland’s newest production company will be working with a network of international groups to host International Community Media Day.
King Lambie Productions, run by Cameron King and Gillian Lambie, has organised a day of events in Glasgow to showcase Scotland’s community media and creative industries.
The event will take place on Monday 4th November between 10am and 6pm in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre.
As well as in Glasgow, similar events will be taking place in over 25 different countries on the same day at the same time to celebrate International Community Media Day.
The day will be jam packed with presentations from a variety of media platforms from different areas around Scotland. Summerhall TV from Edinburgh, for example, will coming across to speak on the day as well offering a workshop for those who want to get involved.
Besides presentations and workshops, there will also be a panel discussion from Scotland’s community radio stations – offering you the chance to ask any questions and hear what they have to say.
The day will also be focussed on showcasing Scotland’s best community media work by setting up exhibitions to look at, listen to or watch. Opportunities to get involved are available.
International Community Media Day is being hosted by partners across the world with a feed running into Citizen’s Eye in Leceister at different points throughout the day.
Across the world will be encouraging people to tweet using the hashtag, #commedia13 and in Glasgow we will have trained up volunteers filming, interviewing and photographing on the day.
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