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“I think PBS has enormous potential to become an engine of change in the new world of democratized video,” writes TV producer Michael Rosenblum, who spoke at last weekend’s National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) board planning conference in New York [Via Technology360]. In his blog post following the speech, Rosenblum says, “Perhaps [PBS] is better positioned than anyone else to effect this change – this need for publishing instead of producing.” Rosenblum’s advice to pubcasters? “Become a node for video literacy. A place where people could come for training, have their work reviewed, edited and if good enough, published. A true voice for the community and a place where the community could learn to speak and resonate. It’s a noble goal, and one that commercial broadcasters will not pick up.”