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  • Popplestone, Ann
    ... From: Cassie Hemphill [mailto:cassie@tekcomm.com] Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 6:20 PM To: ANTHRO-L@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Feature
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      FW: [ANTHRO-L] Feature your dig site on TAC

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Cassie Hemphill [mailto:cassie@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 6:20 PM
      To: ANTHRO-L@...
      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Feature your dig site on TAC


      With apologies to you for any nuisance caused by cross-posting...
      the following is being forwarded from The Archaeology Channel.

      ====================

      Your Project on The Archaeology Channel
      A message from Archaeological Legacy Institute

      Are you a field archaeologist interested in public education? Do
      you or does your institution want the public and educators to
      share in the excitement and value of a project you are
      conducting? If so, please consider this proposal.

      There is a new way to have your field project promoted on the
      nonprofit website The Archaeology Channel
      (www.archaeologychannel.org). We are pleased to announce the
      formation of a new enterprise by our production partner, David
      Bogan. He has recently expanded the services of Green Mountain
      Documentary to create ArchaeoVideo: Media Production for
      Archaeologists.

      For a limited time as well as within a specific time frame, David
      will produce an exclusive multimedia feature of your dig site for
      programming on TAC called an ArchaeoVideo Field Communiquè.

      David is offering the production of a Field Communiquè at a
      substantially reduced rate IF the field project you are directing
      falls within the two-week period of August 13-24, and IF he can
      secure your support for sharing his travel expenses with other
      researchers who also participate. The separate fee for shooting
      and editing your Field Communiquè is $550 (a 50% discount of his
      standard rates) with 10% donated to TAC. He would plan on
      visiting your site for two days, documenting all aspects of the
      field activities as well as recording video and audio interviews
      with you, your fellow researchers, and members of your
      volunteer/student team.

      You can view his first Field Communiquè, The Popham Colony, now
      playing on TAC. Four others are scheduled to follow this one from
      location production work he completed last summer.

      As the subject of a Field Communiquè, your project will reach
      large numbers of people throughout the world. Currently (July
      2001), individual monthly visitors to TAC number more than 5,000
      and this number is growing rapidly. Recently, About.com referred
      to TAC as "The Internet as it was meant to be." You can make a
      significant impact as part of this non-profit public education
      effort.

      Please visit David's web site < www.archaeovideo.com > for more
      details about all of his media production services or write him
      at jdb@... to discuss details of the ArchaeoVideo
      Field Communiquè offer.

      Richard M. (Rick) Pettigrew, Ph.D., RPA
      President and Executive Director
      Archaeological Legacy Institute
      4147 E. Amazon Dr.
      Eugene, OR 97405-4660
      (541) 345-5538
      (541) 338-3109 (fax)
      www.archaeologychannel.org

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