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Southern New England Media Makers.
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If you are interested in meeting people who are working with audio and video on the web, this is a great meeting to attend. We will have podcasters, videobloggers, filmmakers, artists, writers, PR and social media people. Everyone is welcome.
We will gather around the table and answer the question, “What are you doing?”
Here is how the meetings will be structured.
10:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 12:00
LIVE Twitter: We go around the tables and talk about what we are doing, ask questions, present a show and tell. All within a 3 minute time limit. It’s fun. Bring something to share with the group. Something you’ve learned, something new you’ve found, or some good news. No sales pitches please.
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Southern New England Media Makers
Known by his friends as Jim or more affectionately, Doctor Jones, he has many expertises in the technology and media field. Jim is considered the country's foremost expert on software design and concurrency for payroll systems, consulting for most of the largest payroll providers in the industry.
Jim has been in the television and photography industry for nine years as an early adopter of digital technology in both fields. For the past 5 years Jim has been involved with a television station that allows him to utilize his programming, photography, and media skills all in one place.
In 2010, Jim will resurect Drive Time, an interview blog of interesting people that he meets along the way. Maybe one day you too will be in Studio D.
Possessing a deep love of photography that was sparked by his dad at a very early age, Bruce spent countless hours in a dark room as a youngster, processing film and developing his craft long before the art of digital photography came into being.
He now uses that skill to give back to his community. Bruce is one of the founders and creators of `Friends of AHS Track, an organization dedicated to High School athletics – He also has a special place in his heart for the Boy Scouts of America, an organization he became involved with in 1991 as a scout leader and has helped many young men on their trail to success.
Bruce has produced TV shows highlighting the great work of the scouting program on doubleacs TV15, a local cable access TV station, where he also works from time to time as a director, producer and member of the sound and camera crew.
Bruce is currently producing a new inspirational program called Go The Distance TV where he "highlights ordinary people doing extra ordinary things".