Nelly Bassily | October 26, 2009
Do you have audio or video on social justice issues that you want to reach a wider audience? Would you like to make podcasts and film but don’t know where to start? Do you work in community radio or TV and want to get your work on the Internet or are looking for exciting programming from other sources? Pambazuka News can provide material, promote your work, and, in some cases, help you produce it. Your work can be linked from the Pambazuka News website and mentioned in their roundup of African multimedia. You could also create films and audio for the Pambazuka multimedia project. Pambazuka is particularly interested in hearing from people who are non-professionals and want to support media from grassroots sources whose messages and voices are not being heard.
Pambazuka is also developing a set of resources to help beginners get started and learn techniques to make film and podcasts accessible and usable by all parts of the community. For more information, contact: email@example.com. To see podcasts currently linked from Pambazuka News, visit: http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/podcasts/.