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Compilation Cast 2013: The Very Best of Everyone Is Gay

It’s not a big deal… it’s just our best moments from three years of videos condensed into five minutes. So.

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Webcast 96: LGBTQ Inclusion

“I’ve identified as queer since I was 12, but recently got together with a male friend of mine. Identifying as gay was such a huge part of my life, and now I am afraid I won’t be welcome in the LGBT community.”

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Shifting Sands: Conflict Photojournalism and Ethics

What are the ethical responsibilities of photojournalists who choose to cover conflict? Can they be truly neutral or does one have a responsibility to reflect the moral and political imbalances of a given situation?

This panel will explore the ethical pressures on photojournalists in conflict and will consider their accountability for the positions they take; the pictures they make and how they make them; where they place their images; and the voice they attach to them.

The discussion will consider the responsibilities and consequences, intended and otherwise, of reporting on conflict.

Moderated by Stephen Mayes, director of VII Photo, the panel will include MSF USA’s communications director, Jason Cone; photographer Marcus Bleasdale; Philip Gourevitch, staff writer for the New Yorker; Thomas Keenan, director of the Human Rights Project at Bard College; and Kira Pollack, director of photography at TIME magazine.

This event will be webcast live on our site tonight at 6:30pm ET!

Live Webcast Q&A with Chris Colfer at the Rosendale Theatre

The Rosendale Theatre will co-host the theatrical premiere of the new comedy STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, starring and written by Golden Globe-winner Chris Colfer of the hit TV-show Glee, at the same time that the film has its red-carpet launch in Los Angeles. The best part –- Chris Colfer himself will join participating Emerging Cinemas (including the Rosendale Theatre) remotely from LA for a live and interactive webcast Q&A at the conclusion of the film.

Sunday January 6, 2012 at 8:00pm  EST

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The Vans Warped Tour has teamed up with Yahoo to live-stream the first day of the 2015 Vans Warped Tour, June 19th from Pomona, CA. This is one of 365 concerts to stream over a 12-month period on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen. The webcast will feature over 30 artists on 4 stages as well as interviews, behind the scenes access and more. Tune in beginning at 11am PST/2PM EST onvanswarpedtour.com/webcast on mobile, tablet and desktop devices.

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HOLIDAY WEBCAST!!

“How to deal with your extended family over the holidays.”

How have social media, digital cameras, and amateur photojournalism altered the way photographs capture the everyday, define current events, and steer social and political movements?

With participants from Instagram, WIRED, Magnum Photos, The New York Times Magazine, and more, Bearing Witness on 3/16 will be a photography symposium you won’t want to miss.

RSVP on Facebook.

UPDATE: this event is currently at capacity, but it will be LIVE STREAMED here! Help us spread the word: #BearingWitness.

Join us September 21st at 1 pm ET when we talk LGBTQ Romantic Fiction with Bold Strokes Books and Publishers Weekly.

The live webcast will feature Rose Fox, PW senior reviews editor; Candysse Miller, publisher/director of marketing and communication for Interlude Press; and Ruth Sternglantz, editorial and marketing consultant for Bold Strokes Books for a deep dive into LGBTQ romance.

We’ll spend the hour exploring the many facets of the genre, including the importance of happy endings for LGBTQ stories, the recent explosion of e-books and the vast diversity of protagonists. We’ll also highlight some of the hottest LGBTQ romances of the season.

Register here!

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Episode 99: Gaydar

“How do you know if a girl is gay? How do you approach her?!”

Vans Warped Tour Live Webcast Tomorrow!

We’re so excited to bring you the live webcast of our Vans Warped Tour kickoff show tomorrow at 11am PST/1pm CST/2pm EST, tune in to vanswarpedtour.com/webcast to watch the whole show! This year we’re partnering with Yahoo! to bring you 30 bands on 4 stages with exclusive backstage and behind the scenes access. Catch these bands below:

  • PVRIS, Attila, We Came As Romans, The Amity Affliction, Transit, Beartooth, Memphis May Fire, Black Veil Brides, August Burns Red, Bebe Rexha, blessthefall, Moose blood, Riff Raff, Neck Deep, As It Is, Night Riots,This Wild Life, Set It Off, Family Force Five, Metro Station, Never Shout Never, Mod Sun, Hands Like Houses, Motion City Soundtrack, Juliet Simms, Citizen, Man Overboard, Icon For Hire, The Wonder Years, Lee Corey Oswald and Miss May I

And If you miss it live, keep checking vanswarpedtour.com/webcast  for highlights through the weekend, and next week on the Warped YouTube channel!! 

Today at 1:30 p.m., we invite you to join a special live webcast of a musical tribute in honor of the memory of President Kennedy at www.jfklibrary.org.

Award-winning singer-songwriter James Taylor, saxophonist Paul Winter and the Paul Winter Sextext, and the United States Naval Academy Women’s Glee Club will perform musical selections including two from the President’s State Funeral.

They will be joined by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick; Elaine Jones, director-counsel emeritus of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy, Richard Blanco, poet for the 2013 U.S. presidential inauguration; and Sarah Groustra, an 8th grade student from the Edward Devotion School that JFK attended as a child, who will all read excerpts from a selection of President Kennedy’s most historic speeches.

The ceremony will include a moment of silence at 2 p.m., the time that the President’s death was announced to the nation.

In an effort to allow anyone in the world to join this remembrance, this event will be exclusively for an online audience. There will be no physical audience during these performances – simply the backdrop of the sea that the President loved so dearly as the ceremony is webcasted live at www.jfklibrary.org.