The next Plug in TV meeting will be Tuesday the 26th of June/07 — 6:30-8:30 over dinner. The meeting will be held at Augustine Centre in Hawthorn, Melbourne home to Plug in TV’s new office. All are free to come along, members and non-members alike.
There will be a ‘ribbon cutting ceremony’, short tour of the new office, and the Augustine Centre facilities, discussion about new developments and directions for Plug in TV, and dinner. People are also welcome to christen the new office with any interesting bits and pieces, paraphernalia, or anything else un-needed in its present state. Everyone is encouraged to bring home cooked food or takeaway to share.
1. Plug in TV focuses on issues related to social justice and environmental sustainability, in particular highlighting examples
where people are making a difference in the community through new projects, initiatives and everyday acts of heroism and sacrifice for the benefit of humankind and the sustainability of the planet.
2. Plug in TV is an outlet for stories on alternative living, social justice, ecological sustainability, of under-represented groups, such as youth or political minorities, on indigenous rights and reconciliation, migrant issues, education, health, culture, arts and dissent, as well as the many alternatives and initiatives being developed by the many progressive groups in the community.
Plug in TV – June meeting
When: Tuesday the 26th of June – 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: Augustine Centre, 2 Minona St. Hawthorn, Melbourne
Train: From Glenferrie Station walk East on Burwood Rd for about 8-10 min and make right on Hepburn, and another right on Minona st. From Auburn Station walk West on Burwood Rd for 5-7 min make a left on Hepburn and a quick right on Minona.
Tram: Routes 70, 75 – stop 33 or 34, walk along Belgrave & Elmie Streets, Hepburn Street to Minona Street. Route 69 – stop 72 – walk along Oxley Road & Hepburn Street
Bus: Driver bus route 624 Oakleigh to Kew along Auburn Road – Burwood Road stop – walk along Burwood Road to Hepburn Street
Bicycle: Close to Gardiners Creek, Anniversary & Yarra Trails
Melways Reference:45, E11
Everyone is welcome!!!
STIMTV IS LOOKING FOR AUSTRALIAN CONTENT
stimTV is the most exciting new development in internet television. They were just recognized earlier this year with an Emmy for best use of video on demand technology. stimTV is an online television network that uses a patented video engine to present dozens of videos at a time, in the form of short, three-to-five second clips that are pulled from the full-length videos. Just like the ‘scan’ button on your car radio, stimTV automatically plays a non-stop stream of short video clips, allowing you to quickly browse through all the videos on stimTV’s first two channels: stimTVmusic and the new stimTVcinema preview.
If you want to submit your videos to stimTV, please email Marcus Glodell at email@example.com to get their Fed Ex number to submit.
Send your videos and press information to:
4347 Raytheon Rd.
Oxnard, CA 93033
Contact Marcus directly for more information!
Marcus Glodell, President, stimTVmusic
Channel Nine is currently producing a new series called “Dirty Jobs”, filming a day in the life of a gravedigger. Students/extras are needed for a funeral scene. Ten adult participants are required dressed as mourners for up to 2 hours on Thursday 28th June from 2.30pm-4.30pm at the Springvale Cemetery on Princes Highway.
Participants will receive expenses of $25. You will also get to ‘act’ on national television and get to see what happens during a film shoot. It’s great experience for any students interesting in acting and television. You will also be provided with footage for your showreel. All participants must dress in black formal attire.
All enquires please contact 02 9571 1288/ <firstname.lastname@example.org>
“Running for their lives”
On Friday the 29th of June 2007, 20 students from the ONE80TC program will be attempting to run 12hours on the soft sands of Sydney city’s most iconic beach, Bondi. Working in teams the students will be supported in there efforts by supporters, graduated students and staff of ONE80TC.
ONE80TC is an initiative of Teen Challenge NSW, for over 30 years ONE80TC has been helping break the cycle of life controlling issues for literally thousands of young people. www.one80tc.org
All of the student’s participating are overcoming some type of addiction to either drugs and or alcohol. “The sole reason for this event is to show other young people out there who struggle with these addictions, that there is a way out to freedom” Rhett Morris CEO , ONE80TC.
The students all male are aged between 16 – 35 years of age, with most managing to overcome the highly addictive “ICE” drug that is constantly infiltrating into the lives and minds of so many of our young people in our community.
Our students are demonstrating that their not only running for there own lives, but also for the lives of all the other young people and there families, who are trapped by addiction to substance abuse.
The event starts at 7am and concludes at 7pm on Friday the 29th of June on Bondi Beach
For more Information contact Rhett Morris on Rhett.email@example.com or 0412111091
Until June 30/07
There is an exhibition called Beautiful Minds at UTS:
Beautiful Minds presents selected Laureates and milieus from the
100-year history of the Nobel Prize. The Exhibition does not provide
specific answers, but gives visitors the chance to think about these questions for themselves.
University of Technology, Sydney
Tower Building (CB01)
New South Wales