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The Growth of Eco-Friendly Programming Sep/Oct 2007

The Web 2.0 world opens up ingenious ways to hybridize the old and the new. In this issue, we check in about the opportunities and implications of this e-terrain.

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Features

  • "The War" Goes On Despite Some Last-Minute Skirmishes

    Ken Burns' war to win The War
  • The Broadband Generation: The Revolution Will Be Digitized, Webcast, Streamed, Vlogged, Podcast...

    by Thomas Rigler Earlier this year, at the annual...
  • Copyright, Creativity and Confusion

    Pat Aufderheide discusses rights and ownership in...
  • Saving the Odd Docs: Hybrid Media Like 'Wholphin' and 'GOOD' Distribute Rare Films

    Covers of Wholphin, the magazine/short film...
  • Never Too Late to Go Green: Saving the Planet at 'The 11th Hour'

    Q&A with Leila Conners Petersen and Nadia...
  • An Environmental 'Cool' to Action: Helfand and Gold’s Doc Includes Grassroots Outreach

    Daniel Gold and Judith Helfand's 'Everything's...
  • Global Warning: 'Ribbon of Sand' Proves an Elegy for Vanishing Islands

    Ribbon of Sand premiered in March at the...
  • Festival Focus: Tribeca Film Festival 2007

    From Wazhmah Osman and Kelly Dolak's Postcards...
  • Festival Focus: Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

    Tenth Anniversary edition invites ten filmmakers...