Live from CNU 20: The New World
Get the latest from CNU 20 in West Palm Beach with Live Blogs, Videos, Social Media and moreSubmitted on 05/12/2012. Tags for this image:
This year, the CNU 20 Live Blog Team will be joined by partners Engaging Cities, Next American City, and Sustainable Cities Collective to produce up-to-the-minute dispatches from the Congress. Come Wednesday, opening day of the Congress, you will be able to access links to all of our Media Partners' feeds right from the CNU 20 home page.
CNU will be live-streaming Dan Solomon's "Conversation with Andres" as part of the Thursday Morning Plenary, as well as Richard Florida's Friday Evening Plenary on all the above channels. Turn the Page Productions and First + Main Media will be filming throughout the Congress, capturing the excitement in sessions and in between. A live Fireside Chat with John Norquist, James Howard Kunstler, and others will be "recorded in front of a live studio audience" (more details TBA). And this year, CNU will be recording Congress sessions and plenaries in an easily accessible, YouTube-ready format to help share the lessons learned and ideas exchanged during CNU 20.
Be sure to participate in all the ways you can add your voice to the mix in sharing your CNU 20 experience this year too, and get social at #cnu20.
Add your voice to the mix this Congress. As you participate in crafting hands-on solutions to vitalize our neighborhoods, cities and towns, share your thoughts by submitting direct to the CNU 20 Live Blog, use your Twitter account with the hashtag #cnu20 - post any links to Twitter with #cnu20 and be included in the CNU 20 section of our daily digital newspaper, The CNU Daily Review-, use your camera to make videos of your favorite CNU 20 experiences* and upload them to YouTube with the "CNU 20" tag. And keep tabs of it all on both your personal and the CNU Facebook page.
This is your Congress. Share it.
We'll be broadcasting "Live from West Palm Beach" come Wednesday, May 9th!
*(CNU encourages attendees to create videos during CNU 20, but please note we cannot grant access to the audio feeds from any mixing boards. Please use only your own equipment.)