In collaboration with Media Democracy Day, OpenFile.ca, W2 and the Vancouver Community Television Association, Remixology 3 will feature a talk from Steve Pratt, director of CBC Radio 3 and CBC Radio Digital Programming, amazing local music, and an opportunity to socialize and network with Vancouver's leading media innovators. This month's gathering is the official after-party from Media Democracy Day, the launch party for OpenFile Vancouver, and a fundraiser for VCTA.
Doors open at 5 p.m. for food, music, cash bar, and socializing.
Starting at 7 p.m., Steve Pratt will discuss the future of media; this will be moderated by Karen Pratt, the Vancouver editor of OpenFile. Following the discussion, the gathering will close with a collaboratory social/networking session including local music from Buckman Coe andl DJ Brad Winter.
Join media innovators, technologists, artists, citizens, and the online community at Fresh Media-a celebration of innovation and independent media, and a re-imagining of media and journalism.
For more details on this event visit: www.freshmedia.me
This event is sponsored by rabble.ca.
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