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1 This Presentation Template was Created by G.G. Garth Productions for internal use only Reproduction or modification with written permission Contact: Ghia at GGGarthProductions.com Copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved Your Company Logo + Mission Statement Here Your Companys Great Wall of Cyber: Deploying Your Companys Consistent Message Online G.G. Garth Productions Copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved For further information, kindly refer to GGGarthProductions.com

2 1. Goal The purpose of this session is to demonstrate the value and anatomy Youtube real estate, as is it can benefit Your Company globally. Think about this as a power tool to sharing Your Company message with your clients, patients, subsidiaries, franchisees, members, with potential members, supporters, event attendees, advertisers, and with the news media. Your Company is xx-countries-strong, and in xx USA branches. Thats a powerful voice when united on Youtube. Instantly quantify your viewers! What if Your Company expresses its voice on Youtube? Remember Dr. Seusss Horton Hears a Who?

3 2. Show of Hands Please, raise your hands (Ill ink on pad): How many of you use a computer? Go on internet? Surf Google? Use Faceboook? MySpace? Twitter? Who among you HAS a widget? Who uses a cell phone? Can text message? Uses Vimeo or Youtube? Who knows how easy it is to upload a film to Youtube?

4 3. Our Brain is Plastic While its easier for my 13-year old… theres still hope for us adults (see brain chart on white pad). Saturated with Dopamine and Testorsteron/Estrogen (teen-35) Increased Cortisol (35+) + decreased D/T/E Evenso: Studies show, with practice (exercise/music/learning/stim) our brain remains plastic throughout life. Learning never stops.

5 4. Brief History of Communication …according to me Throughout time, people have sought methods to communicate their message effectively. (see slids to follow) 4.1. Pre-literates sang The more evolved Stone-Agers used ambient sticks and stones New-Agers use expensive water and crystals Gutenberg upset family values: Suddenly children could re-interpret all that had been a singularly controlled message. Alas, some did not embrace typeface until… 4.5. Wells Fargo Pony Express made junk-mail possible The telegraph, telephone, and radio rocked the world and continue to do so TV has engaged countless viewers with countless meaningful messages Then came, bumper stickers and t-shirts! The t-shirt as message purveyor was born of the rock concert. Which, incidentally, horrified my dear mother (b. 1917) Undergarments worn on the outside! 4.9. After bumper stickers and t-shirts hit the communications scene, many alternative substances were taken, releasing any residual inhibitions that may have remained from pre-Gutenberg influences, and soon, from psychedelic inspiration, the fax and computer were born…while of course more life and inventions happened in between…lets Fast-forward to the Internet. Messaging via , facebook, my Space, Twitter, Texting, iPads. Refer to Show of Hands (listed on white pad).

6 Preliterates Sang Collor de Mello Dennison Berwick James Neel James Rollins Napoleon Chagnon Redmond O'Hanlon Ruggero Deodato Tim Asch 2007 Amazon rainforest Amerindian anthropologist banana Bioethics blood pressure Brazil Cannibal Holocaust cassava Collor de Mello consonant CPPCG Dennison Berwick dialect documentary edible salt endocannibalism endonym exonym garimpeiros genocide Gold mining government grubs Haximu horticulture hypertension indigenous peoples infestation insect James Neel James Rollins journalist Macu tribe Metalocalypse miner missionaries Napoleon Chagnon nasalized NCIS (TV series) NGO ogonek palisade Palm (plant) plantain polygyny Redmond O'Hanlon Ruggero Deodato shabono shamanism shifting cultivation slash-and-burn slavery sodium South America theatre play Tim Asch tourists United States Venezuela Visual anthropology vowel World Wildlife Fund Yanomaman languages Yanomamo women Terms of Use Close MapSatellite Labels Brazil United States Venezuela Video for Mr. Borys' Economics Class- First Place Project Right Here The first part of Fletcher Kelly's journey to the Amazon, where he is looking for the Yanomami tribe in hopes of learning about their culture. The makers of this movie do not have any rights over the companies men... The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1...8:09The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1... Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa...2:23Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa... Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix...6:11Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix... Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village...3:22Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village... BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV...1:55BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV... Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas...4:00Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas... Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation...3:39Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation... Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW...10:35Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW... Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian :43Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5...7:54Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5...10:55Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5...6:41Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5...8:47Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5...15:55Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5... Play next List all Videos Autoplay Autorepeat Shuffle Sign up I have an account, login clear images The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1 Order: Duration: 8:09 Published: Uploaded: Author: football356football356 this video Sms this video Video for Mr. Borys' Economics Class- First Place Project Right Here The first part of Fletcher Kelly's journey to the Amazon, where he is looking for the Yanomami tribe in hopes of learning about their culture. The makers of this movie do not have any rights over the companies mentioned in the video nor is any of the information in this video guaranteed factual. Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa Order: Duration: 2:23 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Yanomami, Ye'kuana & Piaroa cultures inhabit the venezuelan, Amazon. This photo show shares with you their handicraft in a unique visual journey through their world. The Yanomami culture is probably the most famous of the group. They have endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. The round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! For more information and to see more about the Amazon, Rain Forest, please visit our website: Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia) Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix Order: Duration: 6:11 Published: Uploaded: Author: riotradio29riotradio29 this video Sms this video "Bau Meteoro" by Yanomami people "Yanomami and US" music and lyrics by Milton Nascimento "Curi Curi" poem and narration by River Phoenix: "When all our jungle friends sleep, we work against stream, against them, so when they wake, they´re damned like the river, mother´s blood line, until we have completely stripped them of their song, dance, prayer and language, then we place it with ours, how do we say : "Oh, so sorry. Let us explain. You must know, this is the real world. It´s good business, demolition, it´s progress, development, my pocketbook, evolution´s sake." You see, they don´t need our language to know we´ve sold them down the river and franchised our own souls. Listen !" * songs from the album "TXAI" by Milton Nascimento *Pictures from Life Magazine, National Geographic and Google. Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village Order: Duration: 3:22 Published: Uploaded: Author: theenemygodtheenemygod this video Sms this video Footage shot in Venezuela in a Yanomamo (Yanomami) village. For information about the completed film, please go to: BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV Order: Duration: 1:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: TheRenatto0oTheRenatto0o this video Sms this video Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas Order: Duration: 4:00 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Facebook Group - Arte Amazonia A unique look at one of the world oldest indigenous cultures of the the Venezuelan and Brazilian Amazon and their beautiful baskets. The Yanomami culture has endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. Displayed are the round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets which are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia) Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation Order: Duration: 3:39 Published: Uploaded: Author: douglasengledouglasengle this video Sms this video The Brazilian Air Force, through its National Air Mail service, makes relief missions to the remote Yanomami Indian Reservation. Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW Order: Duration: 10:35 Published: Uploaded: Author: docueddocued this video Sms this video purchase: The field of anthropology goes under the magnifying glass in this fiery investigation of the seminal research on Yanomamö Indians. In the 1960s and '70s, a steady stream of anthropologists filed into the Amazon Basin to observe this "virgin" society untouched by modern life. Thirty years later, the events surrounding this infiltration have become a scandalous tale of academic ethics and infighting. The origins of violence and war and the accuracy of data gathering are hotly debated among the scholarly clan. Soon these disputes take on Heart of Darkness overtones as they descend into shadowy allegations of sexual and medical violation. Director José Padilha brilliantly employs two provocative strategies to raise unsettling questions about the boundaries of cultural encounters. He allows professors accused of heinous activities to defend themselves, and the Yanomami to represent their side of the story. As this riveting excavation deconstructs anthropology's colonial legacy, it challenges our society's myths of objectivity and the very notion of "the other." Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian 2010 Order: Duration: 4:43 Published: Uploaded: Author: LasestrellasdelRockLasestrellasdelRock this video Sms this video Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5 Order: Duration: 7:54 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5 Order: Duration: 10:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5 Order: Duration: 6:41 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5 Order: Duration: 8:47 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5 Order: Duration: 15:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Gold rush Order: Duration: 1:49 Published: Uploaded: Author: DocsOnlineDocsOnline this video Sms this video Scene from "Lust for gold", a documentary by Joost Kraanen. If you are interested in the full high resolution version, please visit Deep in the northern territory of the Brazilian Amazon forty thousand gold miners live together with nine thousand Indians. As the ever-expanding gold mines push closer to the Indian reservation, tribal tradition and cultural identity stand to risk dissipation. Dutch documentary filmmaker Joost Kraanen attempts to document how the native Yanomami Indians and gold miners both compete for the same stretch of land, respectively for the preservation of tradition and commercial interest. Afroamerindios Channel - YANOMAMI Indios in extinction Order: Duration: 3:22 Published: Uploaded: Author: afroamerindiosafroamerindios this video Sms this video The Yanomami are an indigenous comunity living in southerm Venezuela (Amazonas Dpt) and northerm Brazil Roraima). This Indios have lived in the rain forests of south America for centuries they live in small groups,and shelter in grass huts. This humans are in extinction. In 1960 a US geneticist has been accused of deliberately infecting thousands of Yanomami indians with measles killing hundreds of them. a journalis from the guardian confirm that James Neel worked in the Yanomami homeland in Brasil and Venezuela in the mid 's. SAVE THE PEOPLE - fDocumentary of Tom Khazoyan Secrets of the Tribe trailer Order: Duration: 10:35 Published: Uploaded: Author: SidewaysFilmLtdSidewaysFilmLtd this video Sms this video This is the story of the unhealthy meeting of two cultures: an indigenous tribe, the Yanomami and the western anthropologists who came to the Amazon to study them. Over three decades the Yanomami Indians were transformed from the "last Stone Age tribe" so prized by those anthropologists to the most exhaustively documented and filmed tribe on earth. Napoleon Chagnon built his reputation -- and sold over a million books -- by claiming to demonstrate the innate ferocity of Yanomami. He dubbed them The Fierce People. In 1968 his biggest expedition and most famous film were both lavishly funded by the US Atomic Energy Commission. He targeted world-famous geneticist Dr James Neel, who literally wanted their blood -- he was on the lookout for a 'virgin soil' population and was keen to know how diseases spread through such populations. Coincidentally or otherwise, a serious and deadly outbreak of measles happened during their expedition, killing hundreds in its wake. Chagnon friend and fellow anthropologist Jacques Lizot, was a young prodigy and favoured student of the godfather of cultural anthropology and French intellectual icon, Claude Levi-Strauss. Like practically all other anthropologists in the field, they both distributed gifts, in order to ease their way into a tribe's affections. "Chagnon is the golden goose for the Yanomami. He brings steel tools, machetes, fishhooks and they tell him what they think he wants to hear." Lizot's gifts included shotguns, but his favours... Medicinal Plant Use by Amazonian Tribes in the Amazon Forest Order: Duration: 0:28 Published: Uploaded: Author: amazonindian33amazonindian33 this video Sms this video Medicinal plants and traditional medicine use by the Matis Indian shamans is different in that it usually uses plant preparations that are used externally on the body rather than being eaten or drunk. This video is a documentary of the use of a drug which is used to improve vision and a bath used to protect children from evil animal spirits. This use by Matis Indian shamans is different than the traditional medicine of the Yanomami, Huaorani, Ticuna, Bora, Yagua, and Shipibo tribes. To view more photos and videos visit Yanomami Order: Duration: 4:06 Published: Uploaded: Author: javieralarajavieralara this video Sms this video In 1968, scientists of the USA, under the leadership of the genetic investigator James Neel, started a measles epidemic (Edmonston B Vaccine) which killed thousand of indigenous from the Yanomami tribe south of Venezuela. The only indicator that the mission existed in those years are the pattern of health in the tribe; indicating how much illness and mortality radically changed during that decade. There are also accusations against the controversial anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon of manipulating information to prove his thesis of the violent nature of this indigenous group. Many stories have been told about the violent nature of the Yanomamis, by some institutions, researchers and even the local authorities; in order to prove their theories, displace them from their land, or for any other financial motivations they may have, since the Yanomamis of Venezuela live in a territory rich in mineral materials. These stories have, however, greatly affected the dignity and survival of this tribe. For this reason,n I want to focus on their attempt at survival and dignity, even when half of the population was almost wiped out from the events that took place in The Yanomamis situation is not a unique one, medical trials, experimentation and malpractice continue to occur throughout history. As a contemporary society, we need to understand and be aware of what has happened to societies, tribes and communities without knowledge, education, financial resources or power when these... Who Are They? - PREVIEW Order: Duration: 6:26 Published: Uploaded: Author: docueddocued this video Sms this video Purchase: The first program in the Indians in Brazil series, Who are They? asks people what they know about Brazilian Indians, exposing common stereotypes. School curriculums emphasize native culture as a historical artifact rather than a contemporary reality, and TV news gives the Brazilian public the impression that Indians are nearly extinct. Some people see natives as lazy, demanding, and savage, while others admit that they know little about Indian culture. This video tries to overcome cultural and language barriers between native and non-native people by introducing viewers to dynamic, growing Indian groups such as the Kaxinawa, Yanomami, Kaingang, Baniwa, Maxacali and Pankararu. It also raises the issue of native identity among people of Indian descent. a video by Vincent Carelli distributed by Documentary Educational Resources Amazonian Indians from the Amazon Rain Forest Order: Duration: 0:32 Published: Uploaded: Author: amazonindian33amazonindian33 this video Sms this video The Matis Indians of Brazil practice a unique ritual named the Ceremony of Mariwin. During this ritual, masked beings punish individuals who have recently misbehaved, especially women and children. To the Matis Indians, these masked beings are "ancestral spirits," yet are not human are unable to speak, only making animal-like sounds. Two seperate ceremonies are shown, one performed in Brazil and the other one in Peru. Additionally, they show how they can make fire without matches and hunt with blowguns and poison curare darts. To see more photos and videos of the Matis and other Amazonian tribes visit Minimovies - Room Trailer Order: Duration: 2:19 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Amazon Tribal Art and Indigenous Cultures Order: Duration: 3:28 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Yanomami, Ye'kuana & Piaroa cultures inhabit the venezuelan, Amazon. This photo show shares with you their handicraft in a unique visual journey through their world. The Yanomami culture is probably the most famous of the group. They have endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. The round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! For more information and to see more about the Amazon, Rain Forest, please visit our website: Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia photo: AP / Eraldo Peres Collor de Mello Dennison Berwick James Neel James Rollins Napoleon Chagnon Redmond O'Hanlon Ruggero Deodato Tim Asch 2007 Amazon rainforest Amerindian anthropologist banana Bioethics blood pressure Brazil Cannibal Holocaust cassava Collor de Mello consonant CPPCG Dennison Berwick dialect documentary edible salt endocannibalism endonym exonym garimpeiros genocide Gold mining government grubs Haximu horticulture hypertension indigenous peoples infestation insect James Neel James Rollins journalist Macu tribe Metalocalypse miner missionaries Napoleon Chagnon nasalized NCIS (TV series) NGO ogonek palisade Palm (plant) plantain polygyny Redmond O'Hanlon Ruggero Deodato shabono shamanism shifting cultivation slash-and-burn slavery sodium South America theatre play Tim Asch tourists United States Venezuela Visual anthropology vowel World Wildlife Fund Yanomaman languages Yanomamo women Terms of Use Close MapSatellite Labels Brazil United States Venezuela Video for Mr. Borys' Economics Class- First Place Project Right Here The first part of Fletcher Kelly's journey to the Amazon, where he is looking for the Yanomami tribe in hopes of learning about their culture. The makers of this movie do not have any rights over the companies men... The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1...8:09The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1... Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa...2:23Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa... Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix...6:11Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix... Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village...3:22Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village... BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV...1:55BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV... Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas...4:00Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas... Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation...3:39Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation... Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW...10:35Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW... Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian :43Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5...7:54Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5...10:55Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5...6:41Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5...8:47Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5...15:55Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5... Play next List all Videos Autoplay Autorepeat Shuffle Sign up I have an account, login clear images The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1 Order: Duration: 8:09 Published: Uploaded: Author: football356football356 this video Sms this video Video for Mr. Borys' Economics Class- First Place Project Right Here The first part of Fletcher Kelly's journey to the Amazon, where he is looking for the Yanomami tribe in hopes of learning about their culture. The makers of this movie do not have any rights over the companies mentioned in the video nor is any of the information in this video guaranteed factual. Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa Order: Duration: 2:23 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Yanomami, Ye'kuana & Piaroa cultures inhabit the venezuelan, Amazon. This photo show shares with you their handicraft in a unique visual journey through their world. The Yanomami culture is probably the most famous of the group. They have endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. The round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! For more information and to see more about the Amazon, Rain Forest, please visit our website: Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia) Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix Order: Duration: 6:11 Published: Uploaded: Author: riotradio29riotradio29 this video Sms this video "Bau Meteoro" by Yanomami people "Yanomami and US" music and lyrics by Milton Nascimento "Curi Curi" poem and narration by River Phoenix: "When all our jungle friends sleep, we work against stream, against them, so when they wake, they´re damned like the river, mother´s blood line, until we have completely stripped them of their song, dance, prayer and language, then we place it with ours, how do we say : "Oh, so sorry. Let us explain. You must know, this is the real world. It´s good business, demolition, it´s progress, development, my pocketbook, evolution´s sake." You see, they don´t need our language to know we´ve sold them down the river and franchised our own souls. Listen !" * songs from the album "TXAI" by Milton Nascimento *Pictures from Life Magazine, National Geographic and Google. Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village Order: Duration: 3:22 Published: Uploaded: Author: theenemygodtheenemygod this video Sms this video Footage shot in Venezuela in a Yanomamo (Yanomami) village. For information about the completed film, please go to: BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV Order: Duration: 1:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: TheRenatto0oTheRenatto0o this video Sms this video Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas Order: Duration: 4:00 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Facebook Group - Arte Amazonia A unique look at one of the world oldest indigenous cultures of the the Venezuelan and Brazilian Amazon and their beautiful baskets. The Yanomami culture has endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. Displayed are the round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets which are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia) Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation Order: Duration: 3:39 Published: Uploaded: Author: douglasengledouglasengle this video Sms this video The Brazilian Air Force, through its National Air Mail service, makes relief missions to the remote Yanomami Indian Reservation. Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW Order: Duration: 10:35 Published: Uploaded: Author: docueddocued this video Sms this video purchase: The field of anthropology goes under the magnifying glass in this fiery investigation of the seminal research on Yanomamö Indians. In the 1960s and '70s, a steady stream of anthropologists filed into the Amazon Basin to observe this "virgin" society untouched by modern life. Thirty years later, the events surrounding this infiltration have become a scandalous tale of academic ethics and infighting. The origins of violence and war and the accuracy of data gathering are hotly debated among the scholarly clan. Soon these disputes take on Heart of Darkness overtones as they descend into shadowy allegations of sexual and medical violation. Director José Padilha brilliantly employs two provocative strategies to raise unsettling questions about the boundaries of cultural encounters. He allows professors accused of heinous activities to defend themselves, and the Yanomami to represent their side of the story. As this riveting excavation deconstructs anthropology's colonial legacy, it challenges our society's myths of objectivity and the very notion of "the other." Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian 2010 Order: Duration: 4:43 Published: Uploaded: Author: LasestrellasdelRockLasestrellasdelRock this video Sms this video Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5 Order: Duration: 7:54 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5 Order: Duration: 10:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5 Order: Duration: 6:41 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5 Order: Duration: 8:47 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5 Order: Duration: 15:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Gold rush Order: Duration: 1:49 Published: Uploaded: Author: DocsOnlineDocsOnline this video Sms this video Scene from "Lust for gold", a documentary by Joost Kraanen. If you are interested in the full high resolution version, please visit Deep in the northern territory of the Brazilian Amazon forty thousand gold miners live together with nine thousand Indians. As the ever-expanding gold mines push closer to the Indian reservation, tribal tradition and cultural identity stand to risk dissipation. Dutch documentary filmmaker Joost Kraanen attempts to document how the native Yanomami Indians and gold miners both compete for the same stretch of land, respectively for the preservation of tradition and commercial interest. Afroamerindios Channel - YANOMAMI Indios in extinction Order: Duration: 3:22 Published: Uploaded: Author: afroamerindiosafroamerindios this video Sms this video The Yanomami are an indigenous comunity living in southerm Venezuela (Amazonas Dpt) and northerm Brazil Roraima). This Indios have lived in the rain forests of south America for centuries they live in small groups,and shelter in grass huts. This humans are in extinction. In 1960 a US geneticist has been accused of deliberately infecting thousands of Yanomami indians with measles killing hundreds of them. a journalis from the guardian confirm that James Neel worked in the Yanomami homeland in Brasil and Venezuela in the mid 's. SAVE THE PEOPLE - fDocumentary of Tom Khazoyan Secrets of the Tribe trailer Order: Duration: 10:35 Published: Uploaded: Author: SidewaysFilmLtdSidewaysFilmLtd this video Sms this video This is the story of the unhealthy meeting of two cultures: an indigenous tribe, the Yanomami and the western anthropologists who came to the Amazon to study them. Over three decades the Yanomami Indians were transformed from the "last Stone Age tribe" so prized by those anthropologists to the most exhaustively documented and filmed tribe on earth. Napoleon Chagnon built his reputation -- and sold over a million books -- by claiming to demonstrate the innate ferocity of Yanomami. He dubbed them The Fierce People. In 1968 his biggest expedition and most famous film were both lavishly funded by the US Atomic Energy Commission. He targeted world-famous geneticist Dr James Neel, who literally wanted their blood -- he was on the lookout for a 'virgin soil' population and was keen to know how diseases spread through such populations. Coincidentally or otherwise, a serious and deadly outbreak of measles happened during their expedition, killing hundreds in its wake. Chagnon friend and fellow anthropologist Jacques Lizot, was a young prodigy and favoured student of the godfather of cultural anthropology and French intellectual icon, Claude Levi-Strauss. Like practically all other anthropologists in the field, they both distributed gifts, in order to ease their way into a tribe's affections. "Chagnon is the golden goose for the Yanomami. He brings steel tools, machetes, fishhooks and they tell him what they think he wants to hear." Lizot's gifts included shotguns, but his favours... Medicinal Plant Use by Amazonian Tribes in the Amazon Forest Order: Duration: 0:28 Published: Uploaded: Author: amazonindian33amazonindian33 this video Sms this video Medicinal plants and traditional medicine use by the Matis Indian shamans is different in that it usually uses plant preparations that are used externally on the body rather than being eaten or drunk. This video is a documentary of the use of a drug which is used to improve vision and a bath used to protect children from evil animal spirits. This use by Matis Indian shamans is different than the traditional medicine of the Yanomami, Huaorani, Ticuna, Bora, Yagua, and Shipibo tribes. To view more photos and videos visit Yanomami Order: Duration: 4:06 Published: Uploaded: Author: javieralarajavieralara this video Sms this video In 1968, scientists of the USA, under the leadership of the genetic investigator James Neel, started a measles epidemic (Edmonston B Vaccine) which killed thousand of indigenous from the Yanomami tribe south of Venezuela. The only indicator that the mission existed in those years are the pattern of health in the tribe; indicating how much illness and mortality radically changed during that decade. There are also accusations against the controversial anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon of manipulating information to prove his thesis of the violent nature of this indigenous group. Many stories have been told about the violent nature of the Yanomamis, by some institutions, researchers and even the local authorities; in order to prove their theories, displace them from their land, or for any other financial motivations they may have, since the Yanomamis of Venezuela live in a territory rich in mineral materials. These stories have, however, greatly affected the dignity and survival of this tribe. For this reason,n I want to focus on their attempt at survival and dignity, even when half of the population was almost wiped out from the events that took place in The Yanomamis situation is not a unique one, medical trials, experimentation and malpractice continue to occur throughout history. As a contemporary society, we need to understand and be aware of what has happened to societies, tribes and communities without knowledge, education, financial resources or power when these... Who Are They? - PREVIEW Order: Duration: 6:26 Published: Uploaded: Author: docueddocued this video Sms this video Purchase: The first program in the Indians in Brazil series, Who are They? asks people what they know about Brazilian Indians, exposing common stereotypes. School curriculums emphasize native culture as a historical artifact rather than a contemporary reality, and TV news gives the Brazilian public the impression that Indians are nearly extinct. Some people see natives as lazy, demanding, and savage, while others admit that they know little about Indian culture. This video tries to overcome cultural and language barriers between native and non-native people by introducing viewers to dynamic, growing Indian groups such as the Kaxinawa, Yanomami, Kaingang, Baniwa, Maxacali and Pankararu. It also raises the issue of native identity among people of Indian descent. a video by Vincent Carelli distributed by Documentary Educational Resources Amazonian Indians from the Amazon Rain Forest Order: Duration: 0:32 Published: Uploaded: Author: amazonindian33amazonindian33 this video Sms this video The Matis Indians of Brazil practice a unique ritual named the Ceremony of Mariwin. During this ritual, masked beings punish individuals who have recently misbehaved, especially women and children. To the Matis Indians, these masked beings are "ancestral spirits," yet are not human are unable to speak, only making animal-like sounds. Two seperate ceremonies are shown, one performed in Brazil and the other one in Peru. Additionally, they show how they can make fire without matches and hunt with blowguns and poison curare darts. To see more photos and videos of the Matis and other Amazonian tribes visit Minimovies - Room Trailer Order: Duration: 2:19 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Amazon Tribal Art and Indigenous Cultures Order: Duration: 3:28 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Yanomami, Ye'kuana & Piaroa cultures inhabit the venezuelan, Amazon. This photo show shares with you their handicraft in a unique visual journey through their world. The Yanomami culture is probably the most famous of the group. They have endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. The round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! For more information and to see more about the Amazon, Rain Forest, please visit our website: Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. 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Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW...10:35Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW... Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian :43Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5...7:54Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5...10:55Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5...6:41Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5...8:47Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5... Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5...15:55Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5... Play next List all Videos Autoplay Autorepeat Shuffle Sign up I have an account, login clear images The Economics of the Rainforest: The Search for the Yanomami Tribe - Part 1 Order: Duration: 8:09 Published: Uploaded: Author: football356football356 this video Sms this video Video for Mr. Borys' Economics Class- First Place Project Right Here The first part of Fletcher Kelly's journey to the Amazon, where he is looking for the Yanomami tribe in hopes of learning about their culture. The makers of this movie do not have any rights over the companies mentioned in the video nor is any of the information in this video guaranteed factual. Tribes of the Amazon Rainforest - Yanomami, Ye'kuana and Piaroa Order: Duration: 2:23 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Yanomami, Ye'kuana & Piaroa cultures inhabit the venezuelan, Amazon. This photo show shares with you their handicraft in a unique visual journey through their world. The Yanomami culture is probably the most famous of the group. They have endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. The round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! For more information and to see more about the Amazon, Rain Forest, please visit our website: Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia) Yanomami e Nos / Curi Curi - Milton Nascimento&River Phoenix Order: Duration: 6:11 Published: Uploaded: Author: riotradio29riotradio29 this video Sms this video "Bau Meteoro" by Yanomami people "Yanomami and US" music and lyrics by Milton Nascimento "Curi Curi" poem and narration by River Phoenix: "When all our jungle friends sleep, we work against stream, against them, so when they wake, they´re damned like the river, mother´s blood line, until we have completely stripped them of their song, dance, prayer and language, then we place it with ours, how do we say : "Oh, so sorry. Let us explain. You must know, this is the real world. It´s good business, demolition, it´s progress, development, my pocketbook, evolution´s sake." You see, they don´t need our language to know we´ve sold them down the river and franchised our own souls. Listen !" * songs from the album "TXAI" by Milton Nascimento *Pictures from Life Magazine, National Geographic and Google. Venezuelan Test Footage of a Yanomamo Village Order: Duration: 3:22 Published: Uploaded: Author: theenemygodtheenemygod this video Sms this video Footage shot in Venezuela in a Yanomamo (Yanomami) village. For information about the completed film, please go to: BRAZILIAN JUNGLE COMMANDOS YANOMAMI INDIANS WMV Order: Duration: 1:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: TheRenatto0oTheRenatto0o this video Sms this video Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas Order: Duration: 4:00 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Facebook Group - Arte Amazonia A unique look at one of the world oldest indigenous cultures of the the Venezuelan and Brazilian Amazon and their beautiful baskets. The Yanomami culture has endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. Displayed are the round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets which are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia) Brazilian Air Force Mission to Yanomami Reservation Order: Duration: 3:39 Published: Uploaded: Author: douglasengledouglasengle this video Sms this video The Brazilian Air Force, through its National Air Mail service, makes relief missions to the remote Yanomami Indian Reservation. Secrets of the Tribe - PREVIEW Order: Duration: 10:35 Published: Uploaded: Author: docueddocued this video Sms this video purchase: The field of anthropology goes under the magnifying glass in this fiery investigation of the seminal research on Yanomamö Indians. In the 1960s and '70s, a steady stream of anthropologists filed into the Amazon Basin to observe this "virgin" society untouched by modern life. Thirty years later, the events surrounding this infiltration have become a scandalous tale of academic ethics and infighting. The origins of violence and war and the accuracy of data gathering are hotly debated among the scholarly clan. Soon these disputes take on Heart of Darkness overtones as they descend into shadowy allegations of sexual and medical violation. Director José Padilha brilliantly employs two provocative strategies to raise unsettling questions about the boundaries of cultural encounters. He allows professors accused of heinous activities to defend themselves, and the Yanomami to represent their side of the story. As this riveting excavation deconstructs anthropology's colonial legacy, it challenges our society's myths of objectivity and the very notion of "the other." Duke103.com Tattoo Yanomami Indian 2010 Order: Duration: 4:43 Published: Uploaded: Author: LasestrellasdelRockLasestrellasdelRock this video Sms this video Minimovies - Room Episode 1/5 Order: Duration: 7:54 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 2/5 Order: Duration: 10:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 3/5 Order: Duration: 6:41 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 4/5 Order: Duration: 8:47 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Minimovies - Room Episode 5/5 Order: Duration: 15:55 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Gold rush Order: Duration: 1:49 Published: Uploaded: Author: DocsOnlineDocsOnline this video Sms this video Scene from "Lust for gold", a documentary by Joost Kraanen. If you are interested in the full high resolution version, please visit Deep in the northern territory of the Brazilian Amazon forty thousand gold miners live together with nine thousand Indians. As the ever-expanding gold mines push closer to the Indian reservation, tribal tradition and cultural identity stand to risk dissipation. Dutch documentary filmmaker Joost Kraanen attempts to document how the native Yanomami Indians and gold miners both compete for the same stretch of land, respectively for the preservation of tradition and commercial interest. Afroamerindios Channel - YANOMAMI Indios in extinction Order: Duration: 3:22 Published: Uploaded: Author: afroamerindiosafroamerindios this video Sms this video The Yanomami are an indigenous comunity living in southerm Venezuela (Amazonas Dpt) and northerm Brazil Roraima). This Indios have lived in the rain forests of south America for centuries they live in small groups,and shelter in grass huts. This humans are in extinction. In 1960 a US geneticist has been accused of deliberately infecting thousands of Yanomami indians with measles killing hundreds of them. a journalis from the guardian confirm that James Neel worked in the Yanomami homeland in Brasil and Venezuela in the mid 's. SAVE THE PEOPLE - fDocumentary of Tom Khazoyan Secrets of the Tribe trailer Order: Duration: 10:35 Published: Uploaded: Author: SidewaysFilmLtdSidewaysFilmLtd this video Sms this video This is the story of the unhealthy meeting of two cultures: an indigenous tribe, the Yanomami and the western anthropologists who came to the Amazon to study them. Over three decades the Yanomami Indians were transformed from the "last Stone Age tribe" so prized by those anthropologists to the most exhaustively documented and filmed tribe on earth. Napoleon Chagnon built his reputation -- and sold over a million books -- by claiming to demonstrate the innate ferocity of Yanomami. He dubbed them The Fierce People. In 1968 his biggest expedition and most famous film were both lavishly funded by the US Atomic Energy Commission. He targeted world-famous geneticist Dr James Neel, who literally wanted their blood -- he was on the lookout for a 'virgin soil' population and was keen to know how diseases spread through such populations. Coincidentally or otherwise, a serious and deadly outbreak of measles happened during their expedition, killing hundreds in its wake. Chagnon friend and fellow anthropologist Jacques Lizot, was a young prodigy and favoured student of the godfather of cultural anthropology and French intellectual icon, Claude Levi-Strauss. Like practically all other anthropologists in the field, they both distributed gifts, in order to ease their way into a tribe's affections. "Chagnon is the golden goose for the Yanomami. He brings steel tools, machetes, fishhooks and they tell him what they think he wants to hear." Lizot's gifts included shotguns, but his favours... Medicinal Plant Use by Amazonian Tribes in the Amazon Forest Order: Duration: 0:28 Published: Uploaded: Author: amazonindian33amazonindian33 this video Sms this video Medicinal plants and traditional medicine use by the Matis Indian shamans is different in that it usually uses plant preparations that are used externally on the body rather than being eaten or drunk. This video is a documentary of the use of a drug which is used to improve vision and a bath used to protect children from evil animal spirits. This use by Matis Indian shamans is different than the traditional medicine of the Yanomami, Huaorani, Ticuna, Bora, Yagua, and Shipibo tribes. To view more photos and videos visit Yanomami Order: Duration: 4:06 Published: Uploaded: Author: javieralarajavieralara this video Sms this video In 1968, scientists of the USA, under the leadership of the genetic investigator James Neel, started a measles epidemic (Edmonston B Vaccine) which killed thousand of indigenous from the Yanomami tribe south of Venezuela. The only indicator that the mission existed in those years are the pattern of health in the tribe; indicating how much illness and mortality radically changed during that decade. There are also accusations against the controversial anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon of manipulating information to prove his thesis of the violent nature of this indigenous group. Many stories have been told about the violent nature of the Yanomamis, by some institutions, researchers and even the local authorities; in order to prove their theories, displace them from their land, or for any other financial motivations they may have, since the Yanomamis of Venezuela live in a territory rich in mineral materials. These stories have, however, greatly affected the dignity and survival of this tribe. For this reason,n I want to focus on their attempt at survival and dignity, even when half of the population was almost wiped out from the events that took place in The Yanomamis situation is not a unique one, medical trials, experimentation and malpractice continue to occur throughout history. As a contemporary society, we need to understand and be aware of what has happened to societies, tribes and communities without knowledge, education, financial resources or power when these... Who Are They? - PREVIEW Order: Duration: 6:26 Published: Uploaded: Author: docueddocued this video Sms this video Purchase: The first program in the Indians in Brazil series, Who are They? asks people what they know about Brazilian Indians, exposing common stereotypes. School curriculums emphasize native culture as a historical artifact rather than a contemporary reality, and TV news gives the Brazilian public the impression that Indians are nearly extinct. Some people see natives as lazy, demanding, and savage, while others admit that they know little about Indian culture. This video tries to overcome cultural and language barriers between native and non-native people by introducing viewers to dynamic, growing Indian groups such as the Kaxinawa, Yanomami, Kaingang, Baniwa, Maxacali and Pankararu. It also raises the issue of native identity among people of Indian descent. a video by Vincent Carelli distributed by Documentary Educational Resources Amazonian Indians from the Amazon Rain Forest Order: Duration: 0:32 Published: Uploaded: Author: amazonindian33amazonindian33 this video Sms this video The Matis Indians of Brazil practice a unique ritual named the Ceremony of Mariwin. During this ritual, masked beings punish individuals who have recently misbehaved, especially women and children. To the Matis Indians, these masked beings are "ancestral spirits," yet are not human are unable to speak, only making animal-like sounds. Two seperate ceremonies are shown, one performed in Brazil and the other one in Peru. Additionally, they show how they can make fire without matches and hunt with blowguns and poison curare darts. To see more photos and videos of the Matis and other Amazonian tribes visit Minimovies - Room Trailer Order: Duration: 2:19 Published: Uploaded: Author: SubmarineChannelSubmarineChannel this video Sms this video Watch our Minimovies in high quality at Room 2017 How a hopeless failure turns into a nerve-wrecking story It's every director's nightmare to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotel room in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks, even in the wildest jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footageω' Room 2017 is not only a highly inventive MiniMovie about creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible. We see the truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. With Room 2017, Smits turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film. Director Rob Smits (1965) has directed a large number of documentaries, mainly for the Dutch networks VPRO and NPS, such as Jungle Rudy: The Chronicles of a Family, Best in Beef, Paradise and Observations in Holland//PUNT NL. Besides director, Rob Smits is also a cinematographer, editor and... Amazon Tribal Art and Indigenous Cultures Order: Duration: 3:28 Published: Uploaded: Author: sararaggasararagga this video Sms this video Yanomami, Ye'kuana & Piaroa cultures inhabit the venezuelan, Amazon. This photo show shares with you their handicraft in a unique visual journey through their world. The Yanomami culture is probably the most famous of the group. They have endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon. Thier handicraft and baskets are beautifully made by the women of their tribes. They are used for everyday uses as in the gathering of food and cooking. The round Yanomami Shotos (shallow baskets) and Carrying Baskets are colored with onoto and then decorated with charcoal with various geometric designs. The designs appear often as dots, circles, lines, and waves in a variety of combinations.These beautiful baskets are 100% organic, 100% sustainable and are an integral part of their culture. Timeless pieces of art! For more information and to see more about the Amazon, Rain Forest, please visit our website: Die Yanomami leben im venezolanisch-brasilianischem Grenzgebiet an der 1000 Meter hohen Sierra Parima, der Wasserscheide zwischen den Flüssen Orinoco und Amazonas. Ungefähr Yanomami bewohnen einen Fläche so groß wie die Schweiz. Seit dem Eindringen von Gold und Diamantensucher in den 70er Jahren des 20.Jahrhundert sind ihre dortigen Lebensgrundlagen gefährdet. (Wikepedia photo: AP / Eraldo Peres

7 The more evolved Stone-Agers used ambient sticks and stones.

8 New-Agers use expensive water and crystals.

9 Gutenberg upset family values.

10 Alas, some cultures did not embrace typeface, until...

11 4.5. Wells Fargo Pony Express made junk-mail possible.

12 4.6. The telegraph, telephone, and radio rocked the world and continue to do so.

13 4.7. TV has engaged countless viewers with countless meaningful messages.

14 4.8. Then came bumper stickers and t-shirts --communication power-tools!

15 Fast-Forward to the Next Most Effective Communications Power-Tool: Global Internet

16 5.1. Anatomy of Youtube Your Company can deploy Youtube to share the Your Company with the globe. Examples of Your Companys use of Youtube, and an example of Branded you tubes: World Affairs Council of Boston Branded Youtube films Youll note each has a consistent format so it appears like a block of cyber real estate. Point out various benefits. Benefits of Branding: Consistent Message Clarity Accountability What else? (input from Your Company members)

17 5.2. Anatomy of Youtube Your Company can deploy Youtube to share the Your Company with the globe. The Title would always state Your Company YOUR BRANCH NAME, YOUR EVENT NAME, DATE The Description should always include: Details of the event, boiler-plate Your Company description, website. The Tags should always include: Your Company boiler-plate vocabulary

18 5.3. Anatomy of Youtube Your Company can deploy Youtube to share the Your Company with the globe. To create a youtube video: Do it yourself with phone cam or hand cam, or fancier toys. Or, simplify, and hire a service like G.G. Garth Productions with state of the art equipment and excellent standards. Edit your film to a maximum of 15 minutes, theres no minimum, write a snappy description, include the standard template information, upload to your Youtube account. Wait for the link to populate (few hours sometimes). Then deploy the link: To your Your Company web library of links on your website, in newsletters, on targeted correspondence as a trailer below your automatic footer that you program.

19 6.1. What to Film? Company season events, promo parties, new products, extant products, competitions, lectures, new exec hires: Holiday Related Next Generation Guest Lecturers Product-specific Human Interest Topics Product-Fans send their Home Videos

20 6.2. Exponential Algorhythm X # of events per year X# of branches (xx+xx x #of annual events = power-tool!!) = a lot of youtube real estate Supporting Your Companys singular message: _____

21 7. Closing Summary Think about this as a power tool to sharing Your Company message with your clients, patients, subsidiaries, franchisees, members, with potential members, supporters, event attendees, advertisers, and with the news media. Your Company is xx-countries-strong, and in xx USA branches. Thats a powerful voice. And youtube quantifies how many viewers you have, instantly. Create a lasting tidal wave of influence for the next generation. And, the lingua franca would remain: Your Company Name (kindly, refer to white board questions)

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