CONTRIBUTE HERE

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EVERYONE: RECord or write down Advice you have been given by Your Mother.

CALLING ALL VIDEO EDITORS, VISUAL ARTISTS, & AUDIO REMIXERS! 

It’s time to start making Bumpers for Season 2 of HITRECORD ON TV - so let’s start creating 3-5 second Bumpers for each of our 8 Episodes!

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VIDEO EDITORS: Edit Bumpers for each of THESE 8 THEMES.

ANIMATORS: Animated Bumpers for each Theme.

ILLUSTRATORS, GRAPHIC DESIGNERS, & PHOTOGRAPHERS: Contribute Visuals for each Theme.

AUDIO REMIXERS & MUSICIANS: Contribute short Audio Beds for each Theme.

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Contribute to the “Season 2 Bumpers” collab HERE!

CALLING EVERYBODY W/ A CAMERA! 

The fourth - and final - topic we’re going to be collaborating on for the series of social impact videos we’re teaming w/ Pivot to make is RE: Public and Private. Contribute all your art & ideas on this media topic to the collaboration.

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord yourself on Camera discussing your thoughts on Public and Private or answer the following questions briefly and concisely:

  • What do you make Public? What do you keep Private? Be specific.
  • Do you post anything of yours (writing, photos, etc.) on any Social Media Outlets? Why or why not?
  • Do you post any of your thoughts or art somewhere Private, like a journal?
  • How do you decide what you make Public and what you keep Private? Or do you not think about it that much? Explain.
  • Have you ever experienced any consequences for sharing something Publicly? Did you regret it? Explain.
  • Have you ever shared something Publicly that you had kept Private for a long time? Did you experience positive results from doing so? What happened?

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Contribute to the “RE: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE” collab HERE!

CALLING EVERYBODY W/ A CAMERA! 

The second topic we’re going to be collaborating on for the series of social impact videos we’re teaming w/ Pivot to make is RE: Credibility. Contribute all your art & ideas on this media topic to the collaboration.

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord yourself on Camera discussing your thoughts on Credibility or answer the following questions briefly and concisely:

  • How do you judge whether something is Credible or not? What’s your thought process?
  • Is there such a thing as a Fact? Explain.
  • Have you ever been fooled into thinking something was true when it wasn’t? How did you find out the truth? Were there any consequences?
  • Have you ever thought something was false when it turned out to be true? How did you find out the truth? Were there any consequences?

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NOTE: Watch the RE: Remix & Authorship video HERE.

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Contribute to the “RE: Credibility” collab HERE!