The Lawless America Government Corruption Crisis Online TV Conference is scheduled for Sunday March 20, 2011 from 5 to 7 pm EDT.
Tune in to hear Elena Sassower from the Center for Judicial Accountability as she will discuss her organization’s efforts against judicial corruption. Elena has been fighting judicial corruption for over 20 years, and she has a wealth of knowledge and real-life experience!
Please plan to join us ….
It’s an Online TV Show using Shovio technology.
Elena is director and co-founder of the Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc. (CJA). The website is www.judgewatch.org. Elena will speak about CJAâ€™s mission, vision, and accomplishments over these past 20 years â€“ and an action agenda for NOW.
See part of Elena’s story here.
We will try to follow this format in future shows — always having at least one regularly-scheduled guest.
We also plan to discuss ideas the next steps for our movement — GRIP — Government Reform and Integrity Platform. These questions werev raised last week, but there was very little response. Wev need IDEAS and FEEDBACK!
1. How can we actually accomplish something?
2. How can we reach at least 1,000,000 people?
3. What are the easy to explain points to make for reform and integrity to get the public to rally around?
4. What are the hot buttons for change?
5. How important is the database of Corruption Reports?
6. Will you volunteer to help? If so, which of these areas will you get involved with?
7. Other websites and organizations are a key. Which organizations, websites, bloggers, and bulletin boards (forums) do you know? Who will handle getting each one to commit to be an affiliate?
8. How can we get a video to go VIRAL? What would you forward to friends and family? What would get your attention? Which have been the most effective “political/reform/change” YouTube videos?
9. What else do we need to be doing at this stage?
When you call in on Sunday to be on-the-air, please start with your name (or alias), your Shovio userID, state, and why you are interested in GRIP *(are you a victim of corruption?). Just a very short into so folks will know who you are.
Please join us on Sunday, and bring a friend.
More about Shovio if you will be a First-Time User
Please register so you will be all set for the conference. Registration is free, and you don’t have to give personal information. You register so you have a login and password that will enable you to participate by text chat, voiuce, or on camera.
To participate by chat, you need nothing more. Therev is a chatb window on sctreen; type your questions or thoughts and click SEND.
To speak on the show, you must have a microphone and headset. The headset is essential because you have to turn off your computer’s speakers as they cause feedback. PC users need to go to Control Panel > Sound to set your headset as the default for the show. To request to go on the air, you click on the lips beneath the TV screen, and you will go into a queue of callers requesting to go on-air. If you don’t have a headset, they are on;y $15 at Best Buy.
If you have a webcam, you will be seen on the broadcast when you speak. Just select your camera and microphone from a window that pops up, and fopllow a few clicks, and you’ll be all set.
Shovio is the first live, two-way broadcasting network (one-to-many and many-to-one). Shovio encourages host-to-viewer, viewer-to-host, and viewer-to-viewer interaction, empowering a much more engaging experience for everyone involved.
I will host and communicate live with the audience, and the interaction can be seern live by millions of viewers.
The look of TV
The spontaneity of talk-radio
The omnipresence of the internet rolled into one revolutionary presentation
You can watch the Shovio broadcast on your computer or mobile phone, while participating at the same time! You call in using your computer/mobile phone web camera and headsets and millions of viewers can see and hear you interact with me and the other participants.
You need to register to participate because registering will allow you to call in, send questions, rate or comment questions submitted by others, and more. It’s free to register, and it is free to participate in the broadcast.
Click here if you’d like to see what a viewer sees during a Shovio “Shocast.”
Please join us!
William M. Windsor