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Moisling TV

Social Internet TV Project

Moisling TV
Lions Club Lübeck
Initiative Stadtteil & Schule in Moisling (Lübeck), Nils-Holger Schomann, Patrick Schwedler
Project Team:
Prof. Dr. Joachim Hasebrook, Rangga Winantyo
8/2006 - 10/2007
Internet TV, Blogging, Social Media

Blogging has grown to reflect the increase in the online population and the number of server-based, easy-to-use tools that allow anyone to publish a Weblog without installing any new software on their computer. The first time “Blogs” became famous, bloggers used to write about their daily life. This made “Blogs” look like a personal online diary. Blogging has been a textual activity, but text is only one aspects of the diverse skills which are needed in order to understand and manage different aspects of modern communication. Broadband connections are likely to stimulate a rapid increase in audio-visual services on the web, presumably changing the future conditions for blogging. Photoblogs and Videoblogs can facilitate practices which promote media literacy and collaborative learning through the making of collective documentaries. Videoblogs with wiki-like functions promise to turn users into producing collectives rather than individual consumers of audiovisual content.

Moisling is a part of the city of Lübeck, suffering from an unemployment rate higher than the average. In order to give the children and youngsters at Moisling a chance to promote themselves and correct their partially negative image in the public, Moisling TV was created in a joint activity of the ISNM and the Lions Club Lübeck, initiated by the filmmaker Nils-Holger Schomann.

Moisling TV is produced by young people between 12 and 18 years old. They produce short documentaries, music videos and interview local and prominent people. The whole process chain of TV production, including editorial, moderation, camera, sound and light is organized by them independently.

Moisling TV has won the prestigous "Kinder zum Olymp" award of the "Kulturstiftung der Länder" (see below).

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