I did a pre-interview interview with Dianne today on the telephone.  
She said she;'d call me wenesday to set up the  interview. She got my  
name off the list somehow. I told her I'm available and have done news  
TV before.

hank capot


On Jun 22, 2009, at 2:33 PM, Jay Walsh wrote:

> Hi all - Folks from PBS's News Hour (http://www.pbs.org/newshour/)
> will be in SF on Thursday and they are very keen to shoot a segment
> with Wikipedia volunteers.  The subject of the meeting/discussion
> relates to Chris Anderson's new book 'Free' - they're building off of
> that concept and exploring the biggest free projects, specifically why
> people edit, what drives them, and what they think about the free
> culture movement.
> Diane Lincoln, a reporter with the News Hour is coordinating the
> shoot. The interviewer will be one of the News Hour personalities.
> They would like to shoot/interview a group of 3-4 SF volunteers either
> at our offices or close by, likely outdoors at South Park.  At this
> stage we've tentatively booked 2:00pm in the afternoon of THursday
> June 25.
> If you're interested in taking part in this you can reach out Diane
> directly (she's also CCed on this note) at dlinc...@newshour.org.
> I will be involved in this, and we may have one other Wikimedia person
> involved in the interviews either at the same time or immediately
> afterwards.
> Thanks!
> -- 
> Jay Walsh
> Head of Communications
> WikimediaFoundation.org
> blog.wikimedia.org
> +1 (415) 839 6885 x 609, @jansonw
> _______________________________________________
> Wikimedia-SF mailing list
> Wikimedia-SF@lists.wikimedia.org
> https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimedia-sf

Hank Chapot
Cogito Ergo Green

Wikimedia-SF mailing list

Reply via email to