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Post publishing of stream

For any live stream(Episode) to continue to qualify to be published on the Foundation's public forums:

  1. Attendees: At least two members of the Foundation participated in a podcast.

A peer-reviewed podcast!

Open podcast episodes are peer-reviewed. A peer's presentation is reviewed by another peer.

Open Podcast is not the megaphone for individual member's activism.

It is the "Voice" of the community. Therefore, a peer's ideas shall be reviewed by another peer.

2. Moderators: Moderators and interviewers play an important role in channelling an open conversation. They can bring fluidity and empathy.

One member participates in the podcast to moderate the conversation. A moderator helps panellists modulate their discussion into something civil, humane, and meaningful for our community. Nothing is holding back the member moderating the talk in expressing their own ideas on the subject.

Most importantly, Moderators should have moderated the livestreams in accordance with the Moderation Policy.

c. Observer: An observer member participates in the podcast episode so the stream qualifies as an open podcast. The Observer member may or may not join as one of the panellist speakers.

The observer member generally observes if the podcast stream is within the Foundation's guiding principles. Members from different Open Council Committees can usually volunteer to be Observers of an open podcast.

So, at least four members come together to host an open podcast. Depending on the subject, style, theme, and nature of the episode, more members may join as panellists.

Platforms where Open Podcasts are hosted:

Moderators should responsibly use the Foundation's recognized communications systems to advocate for the Foundation's research and objectives.

Live streams are broadcast autonomously on different Internet forums. Livestreams are Omni channel. The Internet platforms currently used are YouTube, Linkedin Live, and Spotify.

Participants should observe the guiding principles and the network's Code of Conduct for any episode hosted on the Foundation's public forums.

In addition to the above, speakers should adhere to the special community guidelines for hosting a successful podcast episode.

a. Members may present their views on subjects that comprise a core research focus of the Foundation.

b. All episodes are released in open source, where citizens share their experiential learning for the benefit of humanity and to advocate for the Foundation's guiding principles.

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