One of the things I really wanted to do when I came on board the James Randi Educational Foundation was to vastly expand the reach of the JREF online. We already have a great website, an (over)active forum, and a blog.
Well, I am very happy to say we also now have Randi stepping (back) into multimedia! Rich Montalvo is JREF’s A/V guy — but calling him that is a little unfair, since he’s more of a one man production team. He’s been busy the past few weeks getting a studio set up at the JREF HQ in Ft. Lauderdale, with an eye toward doing a weekly Randi vidcast.
JREF has a YouTube channel, and the weekly vidcast will be posted there. Also, Randi is contributing to the Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe, the official podcast of the JREF. So if you want to get Randi, you can now go multimedia and multisensory.
Photo of The Amazing One from my bud Andy Ihnatko’s Flickr stream.
Links to this Post
- James Randi Educational Foundation banned by YouTube | Wonderful Life | March 30, 2009
- The Amazing Randi on YouTube | Surprising Science | December 7, 2009