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 CALLING ALL ARTISTS! We are gathering art, thoughts, & ideas from the @hitrecord community regarding media. The categories are REMIX & AUTHORSHIP, CREDIBILITY, AGENDA, and PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. Check out the videos & how YOU can get involved! → http://bit.ly/1k9WeyR #iRECresponsibly
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"THE word “crisis” pops up frequently in “Ivory Tower,” a compelling new documentary about the state of higher education in America."


http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/18/opinion/sunday/bruni-class-cost-and-college.html?hp&rref=opinion
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At the 2014 Kahlil Gibran "Spirit of Humanity” Awards Gala on April 25, Participant Media CEO Jim Berk (center) accepted the Award for Corporate Citizenship, presented by the Arab American Institute’s Jean AbiNader (left) and Al Jazeera America’s Wajahat Ali.
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Watch the trailer for 'Misconception' premiering this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Misconception | Film Trailer | Participant Media
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hitRECord + Participant Media + pivot are all teaming up to ignite conversation on the power of digital media. This week's topic is REMIX & AUTHORSHIP. Have you ever remixed someone's content without their permission? How about vice versa?

Contribute your thoughts HERE → http://bit.ly/1k9WeyR #iRECresponsibly
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Cannes Film Festival has set an Official Selection work-in-progress screening of the animated feature "Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet" on Saturday. The screening will feature highlights from the film ...
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''The Internet's Own Boy' trailer is now available:

The Internet's Own Boy - Theatrical Trailer
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"Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Tribeca Doc 'Misconception,' From Oscar-Winner Jessica Yu"

http://www.indiewire.com/article/watch-exclusive-trailer-for-tribeca-doc-misconception-from-oscar-winner-jessica-yu
The world isn't getting any less crowded these days. That fact is explored in Academy Award winner Jessica Yu's documentary feature "Misconception," in which she details not only the growing world population that threatens the Earth's resources, but also the impact it will have on humanity. The film world premieres at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival on April 20, and Indiewire has the exclusive trailer.
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Participant Media believes that a good story well told can truly make a difference in how one sees the world.
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Participant believes that a good story well told can truly make a difference in how one sees the world. Whether it is a feature film, documentary, television or other form of media, Participant exists to tell compelling, entertaining stories that also create awareness of the real issues that shape our lives.

The company seeks to entertain audiences first, then to invite them to participate in making a difference. To facilitate this, Participant creates specific social action campaigns for each film and documentary designed to give a voice to issues that resonate in the films. Participant teams with social sector organizations, non-profits and corporations who are committed to creating an open forum for discussion, education and who can, with Participant, offer specific ways for audience members to get involved. These include action kits, screening programs, educational curriculums and classes, house parties, seminars, panels and other activities and are ongoing “legacy” programs that are updated and revised to continue beyond the film’s domestic and international theatrical, DVD and television windows. To date, Participant has developed active, working relationships with 600 non-profits which collectively have the potential of reaching over 75 million people.