From their release:
“The summit, which takes place from February 8 â€“ 10, at the USC University Park Campus in Los Angeles, will explore the incredible dynamic at play as millions of people flock to online video sharing sites like YouTube, Revver, imeem, Stage6 and Eyespot where they watch and contribute video content around the clock, 24/7.”
“Video creators, scholars, activists, policy makers, technologists, and entrepreneurs will gather this February at the USC School of Cinematic Arts for 24/7: A DIY Video Summit, the first-of-its-kind international event focused on the fate and future of visual media in the 21st century.”
Berkman’s faculty co-director Yochai Benkler with join John Seely Brown, Joi Ito, Henry Jenkins, Lawrence Lessig, Howard Rheingold, and many others for what’s sure to be a forward motion summit. You can register and learn more here.