Become a Moderator

4- Become a Curator

Summary

You can learn more about your Virginia representatives by assisting in the curation of the relevant posts on Virginia onAir.

You can learn more about issues important to you by assisting in the curation of the relevant posts on Virginia onAir.

Moderate a politician post

Project:

Curate new information on a US politician that has a post in US onAir.

Description:

Learn how to curate information and news items. Information that might be curated:

  • Bio
  • Any updates to staff, contact information
  • Record (voting, elections, fundraising)
  • Committees
  • Positions on issues
  • Sponsored legislation
  • Events
  • Media coverage

Use the Who Represents Me? tool to determine your representatives.

Example politician post: David Bulova

Contact:
Fatima Iftikhar at fatima.iftikhar@onair.cc

Moderate a committee/issue post

Project:

Write about and compile information on an issue of interest to you that has been started by US onAir.

Description:

Learn how to create a post and curate information and news items regarding a chosen issue that will be addressed by the 2021 US Senate and US House. 

You can provide background on the issue, associated organizations and corporations, major perspectives, and current legislative efforts. You can cover a new aspect to the issue, such as public opinion, related events (e.g. hearings, town halls, etc), or details on a piece of legislation.

Reaching out to representatives interested in the issue is recommended.

Content should be unbiased, though common perspectives should be represented. Separate opinion/advocacy pieces will be available later.

Example committee post:

Contact:
Dima Kassem  at dima.kassem@onair.cc

Moderate an Aircast

You can coordinate and moderate aircasts with your US politicians representatives and their staff. You will also be able to interact with their constituents particularly on issues important to you or your community.

Project:

Organize aircasts between with your federal and state representatives and their constituents. Consider inviting community leaders, subject matter experts, and your representatives.

Description:

Aircasts are Zoom meetings with featured guests and audience participation that are livestreamed to the public. Aircasts are  recorded and archived in onAir Hubs and YouTube channels and shareable on social media and websites.

You will be supported  by onAir Producers. who will be responsible for all technical issues related to the aircast.  If appropriate, you can also interview the aircast’s featured guests as well as include slide presentations, invited panelists, and audience polls.

Contact:
Jim Lillard at james.lillard@onair.cc

Types of Aircasts

You can curate aircasts with your VA representatives and their staffs and with their constituents particularly on issues important to you or your community.

You will curate aircasts that feature a host and panelists knowledgeable on a specific issue. Slide presentations and short videos can be part of an aircast to introduce an issue. Host and panelists will decide on who can participate in the aircast’s Zoom audience.

You may consider using slides or a short video to share information with attendees.Aircasts are also conducted with the support of aircast producers who manage all the technical aspects of the aircast.
Contact: Shuaib.Ahmed@onair.cc to become an aircast producer.

Below are some of the types of aircasts you can curate on Virginia onAir.

Watch an Aircast

Curate an aircast on an issue important to you.

As an onAir Curator, you coordinate and introduce aircasts on issues important to you.

Watch an Aircast 1

Curate an aircast presentation.

As an onAir Curator, you coordinate and introduce aircasts on presentations important to you.

Watch an Aircast 2Curate aircasts w/ your representatives.

As an onAir Curator, you coordinate and introduce aircasts on presentations important to you.

Watch an Aircast 3

Curate an aircast debate.

As an onAir Curator, you coordinate and introduce aircasts on debates important to you.

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