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Miro Community Video Highlights 7/5/2011

July 5th, 2011 by Emily

Welcome to Week 4 of Miro Community Video Highlights! Miro Community is an open-source video aggregation and presentation service that allows anyone to develop their own video community. If you’re inspired to start your own site, it’s easy to get started & import video from anywhere on the web. Make Your Site Today >>

Follow Hip-Hop History Through Music Videos and Interviews

If you’re a rapper, disc jockey, or simply a hip-hop enthusiast, you should absolutely check out the Atlantic Hip-Hop Miro Community site. The source for hip-hop music in Atlantic Canada, Atlantic Hip-Hop exposes the Canadian music scene through documentaries, interviews, and catchy music videos.

A particularly alluring video they feature is called “The 902 Documentary,” a chronicle of the popularity of the hip-hop scene as it continues to grow in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Flourishing Folk Music in Virginia

A renowned music festival exemplifying the talents of many artists, FloydFest is an annual celebration that takes place in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia.

The musical abilities of folk bands are exposed through performances at the FloydFest, which attracts big name groups like Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Kat Mills to unknown musicians trying to make it big.

This entry was published by the Floyd Video Community, which highlights the events and news of Floyd County, Virginia through web videos. Their website is intended to offer a sense of community and serve as a way to spread information about the lives of the inhabitants of Floyd County.

Be a Technology Expert with Help From Amherst Media

This brief instructional video explores techniques for editing sounds. By following a few simple steps, you can easily learn how to use the Media Player Classic to edit samples and set parameters.

The video was published by MarsOnEarthTV on the Amherst Media video page. Amherst Media is non-profit organization that provides public access information and is home to a communication and technology center in Massachusetts. They run public access, educational, and government television channels, have a vast amount online videos, and host regular workshops.

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