Quoteâ€¦ Unquote, Inc.(QUQ) (www.quote-unquote.org) is the 501c-3 non-profit operator of Encantada TV and Albuquerqueâ€™s Public Access TV Station, Community Cable Channel 27 (3C27TV). Bill and Denise Makely established QUQ in 1979, as one of the initial public access TV stations to exist in the country. In 1984, Federal legislation was enacted to create and fund Public, Education, and Government (PEG) Access TV Stations on Cable TV. This opened the gates for PEG Access stations nationwide to start up, and now there are more than 1500 Public Access Stations in the United States, and more worldwide.
Quoteâ€¦ Unquote, Inc. has branded itself as a Community Media Center, because it sees its role as more than an operator of community focused TV channels. QUQ provides training for studio and field production, Final Cut Pro, & Pro Tools, Motion. Additionally, QUQ board, staff and associates founded the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School (MACCS), New Mexicoâ€™s first state authorized charter school. During the process, QUQ wrote and proposed to the NM Public Education Department, the first Media Arts Content Standards and Benchmarks which was fully integrated into the core curriculum. Understanding that all media is converging into one medium, QUQ wrote the standards to ensure that whatever medium was used, that media literacy, social responsibility, ethics, business and journalism concepts, as well as civic responsibilities were included in this education.
Miro Community and Quote...Unquote's partnership is essential to further public access to media! Miro Community is an excellent community resource.
Remember that adding a video to Miro Community is not like adding a video to Viddler - there is no actual video content hosted on the site. What this means is that submitting a video to Miro Community is like embedding it on your blog, or linking to it on your website. You are not uploading the video, just embedding the video from wherever it is currently hosted. There will always be a link back to the original video page maintained on the site.
HOW TO SUBMIT?
To add a video about New Mexico, first enter the URL into the "URL" field after hitting "Submit a Video." The video must be hosted elsewhere - this is not a hosting service. We recommend blip.tv, Vimeo.com or YouTube.com for easy integration. If the video you are interested in is located at any of these sites, all you have to do is copy and paste the Video URL, add any relevant tags, and hit "Submit". If the video is hosted elsewhere, you will need to fill out the relevant info.
You do not have to be the creator of a video in order to submit it! Because this site works by embedding, anyone can submit videos as long as they are embeddable - and there will always be a link back to the original video page. But it's a great idea to leave a comment on the original video page and let the creator know you've submitted the video.