ctrp334 New Media in Tomsk

When you wander around the streets of Tomsk in Siberia, you may think the place looks a little behind the times. But beneath the surface there are in fact new and creative ideas in the world of new media taking root. In this particular podcast we hear from a videoblogging priest about why he uses the internet as a tool in his community, and how some young DJ’s have turned to internet radio as their main stage for playing music. (special bonus at the end, me ringing the church bells, I apologize in advance to your ears.)

The church’s Videoblog (where I, though not religious,  might appear soon)

RTFM.FM Internet Radio in Tomsk

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2 thoughts on “ctrp334 New Media in Tomsk

  • April 28, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    Hi Mark!

    I have got myslef in to quite substancial backlog of podcasts waiting for personal digestion…
    Your Russian reports are great – just started to listen to those yesterday…

    Are you planning on doing any audio material about recent polish airplane crash? I would love to hear some citizen journalism done on that topic as there is a lot of mixed reports from lamestream media…

    keep up great work

  • May 1, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    Hey! I know how the backlog can go.. I have my own piling up… but I eventually catch up.

    I have nothing planned on the polish front. Honestly I didnt think there was much to look into.. I mean.. is there something more than a plane crash? whats the story the mainstream has missed? do tell, Im eager to learn! thanks as always, glad to see your words on my screen.

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