Monday, August 16, 2010

embed for climatecampTV


The 4th UK Camp for Climate Action is due to run in Edinburgh, Scotland from 21-24 August, where the principal target for direct action protest will be the Royal Bank of Scotland, because of its financing of climate-change-fuelling projects such as the exploration of the Canadian Tar Sands. (see for more information).

We are inviting you to add an embed to your site or blog for all the latest video news from the Climate Camp. Climate Camp TV will be operating throughout the Camp, producing discussion shows in its unique wind- and solar-powered TV studio inside the Camp itself, and regular video news reports from the heart of the protest action. The embed already contains 50 or 60 films, and will update automatically with films as they are posted during the Camp and beyond.

The embed code is here:

Please let us know that you have embedded it, and we will direct traffic to your site through social media and valid links.

For any further information, please email us.

Many thanks


Here's an announcement for the visionOntv TV reporter's course at this year's Climatecamp.

WHERE: The Camp For Climate Action, Edinburgh (see on Thursday 19th August for more details)

WHEN: 11.00-13.00 Saturday 21st August
Make the news you don't see on the news.
Lack of experience no barrier. Bring any gear you have (camera, laptop, stills, smart phone)
Then come and join the CCTV team in our wind- and solar-powered TV studio during CCA 2010!
Look forward to seeing you. If you would like to join the Climate Camp TV crew during this year's climate camp, please send us an email

Richard / Hamish / Kim / Matt / Paul (visionOntv - Climate Camp TV

Sunday, August 01, 2010

This looks like a turning point for e-books to me - the new Kindal

If you wont to start collecting e-books the new Kindal looks good
As it works with PDF and mobi format - both can be DRM free and widely available on net - battery lasts weeks not hours. looks like the future of reading is falling into place, were is the first view of the future of TV?