We are thrilled to announce a new site we’ve been building: Make Internet TV.
Make Internet TV (MITV) is a massive resource full of step-by-step instructions for shooting and creating video. We think it’s the best place to get started with internet video.
The site covers shooting, editing, licensing, publishing and promoting video on the internet; it illustrates these topics with screenshots, photos, screencasts, graphics, text and more. It’s essentially a free online book about video creation and publishing.
We don’t want the site to be a one-way broadcast, so we’ve also started the MITV Wiki — a connected site where anyone can add resources, links and experiences that are related to creating online video. If you’re interested in sharing your expertise, we’d love to have your help.
In the coming two months, we’ll add supplemental videos to every page of the site — some of these will be produced by us, but we’re looking to get the entire video blogging community involved, by sharing their expertise. Here are details on contributing video.
Note: the MITV project was made possible by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, supporting citizen journalism and the building of community through the use of digital media at KCNN.org. Thanks so much!