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Portable Film Festival ® presents Current TV


Portable Film Festival ® presents Current TV in conversation

Listen and learn from the online platform that is shaping the next generation in user-generated content and entertainment.

In 2005, Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore launched Current TV, introducing the concept of online citizen journalism to a global audience. In 2008, the Emmy Award winning network is again changing the way we think about journalism, media and the internet with its VC2 network.


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Meet Current TV’s chief evangelist, Ezra Cooperstein, as he talks about user generated, citizen journalism and how Current TV is transforming online media in the United States and in South-East Asia.

Singapore: The Arts House. Saturday 5th April at 2pm Sydney: Museum of Sydney. Tuesday 8th April at 6pm Adelaide: M.R.C Media Resource Centre. Wednesday 9th April at 6pm Melbourne: RMIT Kaleide Theatre. Thursday 10th April at 6pm New Zealand: Venue to be confirmed. Monday 14th April at 6pm Tickets are available online for purchase at www.portablefilmfestival.com/events.php


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