Monthly Archives: January 2009

127: Making history… today

Tod Maffin and Maurizio Ortolani at the Can you believe that some of us have been podcasting for over four years, already?

We all know bits and pieces of the history of podcasting, particularly in Canada, and now we’ll get to find out the whole story.  A university student is taking it up herself to dig up all the excitement and dirt as part of her Masters thesis on the history of podcasting in Canada.

Academics are studying us??? We’ve hit the big time, baby!

NEWS AND NOTES

AUDIO COMMENTS

PODCASTERS ACROSS BORDERS 2009

  • Call for presentations and JOLTs
    THEME: Outside-in, Learning from beyond the fishbowl
    DEADLINE: January 31, 2009 (end of day)
    Check out the 20 PAB2008 sessions and the TEDtalks for the style we like
  • Event Tag
    PAB2009

EVENTS

  • PodCamp Toronto 3
    February 21 and 22, 2009
    Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University
  • PodCamp London
    April 25th 2009
    Station Park Hotel
    242 Pall Mall Street, London, Ontario

CANADAPODCASTS.CA

INTERVIEW

  • Mark chats with Tracy Fuller, a Masters of Journalism student doing her thesis on the history of podcasting in Canada

TALK OF THE WEEK

  • Getting the most out of your portable recorder

CONTACT US

126: More Mmm… talk

Perhaps it’s a sign of these troubled economic times, but we can’t shake the M-discussion. Great audio comments keep the conversation going.

Show 130 will be alll about $$$ MONEY! Send us your tips on how YOU MAKE money from podcasting. No theories, tell us what you’re actually doing. Listen to this episode for details.

NEWS AND NOTES

  • Mini Podcamp Montreal

AUDIO COMMENTS

PODCASTERS ACROSS BORDERS 2009

  • Call for presentations and JOLTs
    THEME: Outside-in, Learning from beyond the fishbowl
    DEADLINE: January 31, 2009 (end of day)
    Check out the 20 PAB2008 sessions and the TEDtalks for the style we like
  • Event Tag
    PAB2009

EVENTS

  • PodCamp Toronto 3
    February 21 and 22, 2009
    Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University
  • PodCamp London
    April 25th 2009
    Station Park Hotel
    242 Pall Mall Street, London, Ontario

CANADAPODCASTS.CA

INTERVIEW

CONTACT US

Photo Lunch money, originally uploaded by Andy Caster.

125: It’s not just nerds swearing anymore

Keith Burtis: Rare Earth (photo by rosefirerising)Bob rattled off a spontaneous tag line for podcasting in 2009 part way through this show.  It really encapsulates the main discussion points: everything old is new again, carving out social media, and taking out the garbage.

And so begins a another calendar year with CPB.

NEWS AND NOTES

  • Mark asks, “if a restaurant closes, is the restaurant industry dead?”

AUDIO COMMENTS

PODCASTERS ACROSS BORDERS 2009

  • Call for presentations and JOLTs
    THEME: Outside-in, Learning from beyond the fishbowl
    DEADLINE: January 31, 2009 (end of day)
    Check out the 20 PAB2008 sessions and the TEDtalks for the style we like
  • Event Tag
    PAB2009

EVENTS

  • PodCamp Halifax
    January 25, 2009
    Alderney Gate Library (Halifax Regional Library)
  • PodCamp Toronto 3
    February 21 and 22, 2009
    Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University
  • PodCamp London
    April 25th 2009
    Station Park Hotel
    242 Pall Mall Street, London, Ontario

CANADAPODCASTS.CA

INTERVIEW

  • Bob talks with honourary-Canadian Keith Burtis about social media

TALK OF THE WEEK

  • Revisiting audio levels first discussed in episode 9 (February 2, 2006)

CONTACT US

Photo Keith Burtis: Rare Earth photo by rosefirerising.