Welcome to LGPedia and thanks for your contributions thus far. =) I just saw the comment you left on Talk:Subjects Apprehended about the Mixed Media show and thought I'd ask you to make a special contribution. There's been some talk at Talk:Mixed Media about starting an article about the show. I haven't tuned in, and I don't know any editors who have. Would you like to write up a short blurb about the show for our article? I can help you with any formatting or style questions you might have. What do you say?
OwenIsCool 00:58, 28 March 2007 (CDT)
Why not? I'll give it the old college try. Nothing like diving right in!Sappho 02:35, 28 March 2007 (CDT)
- Mixed Media is a weekly Internet show hosted by Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried, The Creators of LonelyGirl15. It's premise is to "explore the convergence of entertainment and technology." The show is on live every Tuesday from 6-8pm Pacific/9-11pm Eastern. It is available later that evening as a rebroadcast. Guests can include cast members of LG15 and other video creators, both fan and professional. Guests can be in the studio or call-in. The phone number is (310) 984-7600. Mixed Media is part of the NOWinLA Channel.
- More than a podcast, Mixed Media involves at least one chatroom. People in the studio upload photos and fans upload photos. On March 27th, 2007, they experimented with running several chatrooms simultaneously. Greg and Miles took calls and answered questions from the chatrooms while conversing with Jessica Lee Rose, who plays Bree on LonelyGirl15. Greg and Miles answered some of the questions in the chat; others were answered verbally. During the March 27th show, live photographs of Greg, Miles, Jessica, and Jessica's dog Wicket, were uploaded during the first half. In the second half of the show, the audience was invited to upload pictures of French maids for guest Tim Street, creator of French Maid TV.
- Many members of the LonelyGirl15 community participate in Mixed Media. If you want to chat, it is recommended that you register beforehand. Registration involves receiving an access code by email, which may take some time. Safari users may need to install WebKit to use the site, according to site Admin johnH of NowLive!
- Hey Sappho,
- Great start on the Mixed Media article! I left a message at Talk:Mixed Media about the info you're looking for. I think I can fish some of it out from the forums. I'll post the links on the Talk page if/when I find them. Thanks for your work! (and no, you don't need to transcribe the show... that would be soooo much work!)
- OwenIsCool 09:21, 28 March 2007 (CDT)