Monthly Archives: July 2009

PAB09 Audio Excerpt – Bob Goyetche

Bob Goyetche and the Six String Nation GuitarListen to excerpts of What Have We Lost?, a presentation delivered by Bob Goyetche at PAB09.

Early radio and TV recordings are highly sought by collectors for several reasons. Not only do they offer entertainment, the offer glimpses into society and how the nascent media attempted to relate to the world around it. Much like radio and TV’s maturation, podcasting is becoming mainstream, more predicable, more homogenized. This is a good time to look back and save what we can, and let future generations judge it’s importance.

Bob Goyetche takes a look at podcasting from the early stoneage days to today and examines what we’ve lost along the way. This talk is intended to be both a reminder and celebration of things we may have forgotten, and a call to action for leaving our digital footprints for others to find.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR… PAB2010 is taking place June 18-20, 2010 at the Fourth Stage of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada.

Photo: Ninja

PAB09 Audio Excerpt – Jowi Taylor

Jowi Taylor at PAB09Listen to excerpts from Stars, Guitars and Monkey Bars: At Play in a Rusty Universe, the keynote presentation delivered by Jowi Taylor.

Jowi’s successes in the world of radio and beyond have always been about finding ways to use existing apparatus to create new and compelling content. They’ve also been about inviting more people to the game as participants. If there is a podcasting ethic, Jowi’s work has anticipated it in many ways. And if there is a future for the medium, he has no idea what it will be.  Listen to this, though, and you will learn about creativity, storytelling, passion and relationships.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR… PAB2010 is taking place June 18-20, 2010 at the Fourth Stage of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada.

Photo: Andrea Ross

PAB09 Audio Excerpt – Paul Lyzun’s workshop

Paul Lyzun at PAB09Listen to an audio excerpt of Make Your Camera Sing Like a Canary, a video production workshop led by Paul Lyzun.  Paul covered topics including getting the most out of available light, framing the best shot, shooting for the edit, creative editing techniques and many other dos and don’ts that help turn surveillance footage into something watch-able.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR… PAB2010 is taking place June 18-20, 2010 at the Fourth Stage of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada.

Photo: Nico.