My second broadcast for this week. Its still about Singapore and I think I will continue to broadcast Singapore for the weeks to come.
I think the overall experience minus the stares and smiles at times, was smooth. The idea of having to speak whatever you want and to telecast it live wherever and whenever, makes me feel like a reporter – the person who scans her or his grounds to feed their audiences with juicy information.
I think it has transformed how we view television cause its no longer vetted along the line. Its our freedom of expression and we don’t have to be biased based on government’s goal or objective but just on our own. I think narrating a perspective on my own creates self confidence for myself and perhaps for my viewer, especially when we have the common interest.
But only wish I had more views!
The video is of me broadcasting environment to the world but in my perspective, that is through my voice, facial expressions and voice tones.
The basis of this is to give you a glimpse of my life without feeding you too much of the scenes. I want the audiences to follow me and to use their creative side to imagine what I describe.
The only problem is that I went abit off in timing but I think I would have not enjoyed the process or understood certain aspects such as movement and expression if it were shorter. So I apologize for making it more than 4 minutes but I hope you would enjoy watching it as much as I have enjoyed recording this!
I downloaded the Periscope Application and started the second part of this micro-project. I must confess that this was something I just noticed only a few minutes from the filming of Part I. So this was pretty much spontaneous but was definitely from the heart. I talked about issues of heritage in Singapore. That’s why I titled it ” Nothing is ever old or heritage in Singapore’.
It was my very first live broadcast though no one was there to view it. Doesn’t matter to me cause everything has to start somewhere. Just felt that I am no longer hesitate to take a video or broadcast anything, anywhere. Something that I previously didn’t have too much and was very skeptical to the whole concept. Felt proud of myself.
PS: I just had to create my first Twitter account!!!