Elections – Brianfast for minister of broadcasting

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March 15, 2008 at 7:11 pm #381035
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brianfast

I have lots of experience in editing/encoding videos and making websites. As minister of broadcasting I will be committed to helping brickfilms reach as many platforms as possible in the best interest of brickfilming and getting members of the site exposure.

I will work on getting the podcast and an intuitive mini site back up for people using a computer. I also will see to it that an RSS feed will be created. I would also try to create a second RSS feed or a universal RSS feed, so that people planning on playing the files on non-apple devices ie Sandisk MP4 players, XBOX360s and Playstation 3s could also get the podcast conveniently.

I will also work on other methods of brickfilms distribution mainly getting brickfilms more views on other video sites.

Campaign promise: Unlike Timothy and Munzapoppa I will not have Aled Owen design and maintain the new podcast

Fire questions away

March 15, 2008 at 7:14 pm #381036
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Stevie Collins

I don’t know if I want the podcast in your hands. I find this strange. You loose an election, you leave, come back, complain and run again.

-Stevie Collins ~ Candidate for Minister of Film Contests

March 15, 2008 at 7:17 pm #381039
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brianfast

I left the old brickfilms. I have confidence the new brickfilsm.com will be much better.

March 15, 2008 at 7:19 pm #381041
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Aled Owen

You know no one will vote for you, right?

How are you going to make your site?

-Aled

March 15, 2008 at 7:25 pm #381051
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brianfast

I am going to make the site with sticks and grass.

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