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PodCamp Boston 2006 Archived Schedule

 

Registration will begin at 9 AM both days. Presenters: please make every effort to end your presentations 15 minutes before your block ends, to give participants time to chat, mill around, move, and arrive at the next session, as well as give the next presenter time to set up. Please design your presentations to be no longer than 30 minutes and create a page where your session notes will be located. Be sure to also read Presentation Advice.

 

The Law of Two Feet

PodCamp obeys the xCamp convention of the Law of Two Feet. If you're not learning what you want to learn, you have every right to exit the session you're in and go to a different one, or none at all. Take charge of your PodCamp experience - it will only be as good as you make it.

 

The Law of Null Space

You are very likely to learn the most in the spaces between sessions, at lunch, at breaks, etc. when you can just talk and hang out with people. Be ready! Have your portable digital recorder on, your business cards handy, your notebook out, and be ready to learn at the most unlikely times.

 

Session Ratings

Presenters, please indicate in your session listings any and all prerequisites. Suggested tags:

  • (N)- for people new to podcasting or people who want to start podcasting/blogging/vlogging
  • (I)- for people who have been podcasting/blogging/vlogging for a while and are looking to improve their existing shows
  • (A)- for everyone regardless of where they are in the new media spectrum

Please also indicate in the session title if it's narrowly targeted, for example, Video Blogging with Final Cut Pro.

 

Courtesy

Please do NOT move someone else's session. If there's a significant conflict, please contact one of the PodCamp organizers off-wiki. Thanks.

 

Editing This Thing

 

When I first took a look at the schedule in raw form, it was SCARY. But once you hit edit on this page, scroll down past this text, and you'll see the schedule. It's in table form, which means lots of vertical lines: | . Don't get too freaked. Look at the time slot you want to cover. Look at the sessions NEAR the spot you're getting ready to fill. Then, go into EDIT, scroll down, find the session and the time slot. Find which room you want by counting lines over from the first room. If you need help, please email financialaidpodcast at gmail dot com

 

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Day Zero

 

If you registered in advance and RSVP'd, there is a warmup/reception at Harvard University. The event will take place from 5:30-7:30 PM at Harvard Law School in the John Chipman Gray Room (room 213) in Pound Hall, located at 1563 Massachusetts Ave in Cambridge.

 

Day One

 

Time Auditorium (C202) Smart Room 1 (E175) Smart Room 2 (D216) Smart Room 3 (B127) Smart Room 4 (D212) Smart Room 5 (B216)
9:45 Kickoff n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
10:00 Podcast Marketing - 5 Tools To Grow Your Audience TODAY Christopher Penn (A) Inside a Pre-Launch Startup New Media Company Chris Brogan (A) A Podcast Thunderstorm 5 Things in 30 Minutes - Steve Garfield (N) Extending the Conversation- Mark Blevis (A) Podcasting as a Hobby - Greg Demetrick (A) ROOM NOT AVAILABLE
10:45 Hollywood 3.0 - The Challenge of Video-Podcasting, Casey McKinnon & Rudy Jahchan (A) The Feed Demystified - What is a feed? How does it work? How can I optimize a feed? ALl your feed questions answered. Eric Olson You and Your Brand - The importance of thinking about marketing and self brand when doing a podcast C.C. Chapman & Mitch Joel (A) Podcast 101: Welcome Newbies - John Wall (N) The Larger Picture: Where do blogs and podcasting fit into the larger topic of "social computing"? Ed Manlove(A) ROOM NOT AVAILABLE
11:30 Podcast formats panel discussion (Session Notes): Clinton Alvord, Leesa Barnes, Chris Brogan, Christopher Penn, John Wall, and Adam Weiss; moderator: Bryan Person (A) Easily Create Podcasts and Talk Shows Online Mark Juliano(A) A Behind the Scenes Look at PodZinger with VP of Operations,Henry Houh (A) Making Cents Out of Podcasting: How to make money in this from an agency's perspective, Matthew Snodgrass, Porter Novelli, Dave Kawalec, Porter Novelli (A) Blogging - Greg Demetrick,Ira Krakow (N) ROOM NOT AVAILABLE
12:15 lunch lunch lunch lunch lunch lunch

13:00lunchlunchlunchlunchlunchlunch

13:45 Uncle Seth performance (music) (A) Interviewing Techniques. The secrets of getting a great interview. Mark Blevis and Larry Lawfer (A) Little Podcasts vs. Big Media: The new (leveled) playing field in the competition for a fixed amount of eyeball/eardrum-seconds CNET's David Berlind(A) VoodooVox - Playing your podcast on-demand for free over your private phone line, while easily capturing listener feedback. J. Scott Hamilton On Internet Audiences: Who's out there and what to do with 'em. Andrew Baron (A) Corporate Blogging Strategy - Stephen Turcotte and Megan Dickinson (A)
14:30 Podcasting 3 years on 3 years ago at Bloggercon podcasting took off. How have the predictions from then fared, and what should we expect in the next three? (A) Kevin Marks Gear Talk: So many choices (for recorders, microphones, mixers, phone-lines, in-studio/on-location, post-production, etc.), so little money. What works. What doesn't. Where to shop. CNET's David Berlind(A) MobaTalk, the coming multi-media comment system. Convergence technologies and how you might leverage them. Michael Bailey(A) The Advertising/Marketing World and Video Social Media: What We've Learned So Far. Owen Mack, coBRANDiT Pre-Questions? owen(at)cobrandit.com Podcast Consultation: How to be a podcast constultant and how to hire one for your business. Panel discussion led by Jason Van Orden. (If you do podcast consultation, please join us on the panel) New England Podcasting Meetup - join New England's podcasting association! (A)
15:15 Music Podcasting Panel: C.C. Chapman, Jay Moonah, Eric Skiff (A) Why Podcast About The Constitution? Ira Krakow, host of The United States Constitution podcast, shares his vision of the future of political podcasts (A) Video & Audio Production Techniques, Session Notes: VideoAudioProduction (I) David Tames (MIT ZigZag) Plan a Killer Podcast with Leesa Barnes(N) Technology in the Blogosphere - Ed Manlove (A)

New Media vs. MSM:

Should new media producers compete with TV - or create something new?

Ben Homer (others tk)

16:00 Michelle Cummings performance (music) (A) Behind the Show: Drew Olanoff and the cast of the Best Damn Tech Show, Period. speak candidly about the production, business, and politics of a sponsored podcast (A) Bootleg webcasting to instant videoblog - How to bring remote people into live events, and blog the video afterwards(I) Kevin Marks Pricing and PR for your podcast/skills. About.com Guide to podcasting John C. Havens talks about marketing your podcast and/or podcast consultation skills. Directing and working with actors (or voice actors) for podcasts. Q&A led by Justin Kownacki, director of the web sitcom Something to Be Desired (and your PodCast promo) Double ender demonstration (G-Rated) presented by Canadian Podcast Buffet co-hosts Bob Goyetche and Mark Blevis (A)

 

The last session on site will be begin at 4:00 PM. Offsite activities will commence later - see the Saturday Night page for more.

 

Day Two

Morning Sessions

Time Auditorium (C202) Smart Room 1 (B222) Smart Room 2 (B216) Smart Room 3 (B133) Smart Room 4 (B128) Smart Room 5 (D212)
10:00 AM Kickoff n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
10:15 How to Attract Media & Publishers to Your Blog or Podcast - Suzanne Falter-Barns Podcast Marketing - 5 things you can do to build audience TODAY (A) (repeat) - Christopher Penn (A) Content Networks - Chris Brogan Promoting Your Podcast: Cost-Effective Marketing Strategies for Beginning Podcasters by Jason Van Orden, author of Promoting Your Podcast

11:00 YouTube, MySpace - Getting people to watch with BDTSP's, pluggd and scriggity's Drew Olanoff and Shauna Paukune. (A) Pitch your Podcast or Blog in 15Seconds - Laura Allen 0 to 60 podcasts in 60 days - Getting started using Gurrella podcasting tactics, Mobile Podcasting Rig and Open Source (Audacity) - Vic Podcaster |Designing the Subscriber Experience

  • Exploring the usability of your podcast, feed, and web site with UIE's Jared Spool Jeff Pulver, Founder and Chairman of Pulver Media. Digital Popcorn Should your business be blogging and podcasting? - Bryan Person (N) |
11:45 From Passion to Purpose, building a business you love. Pricing, business models and Corporate Podcasting. Larry Lawfer Chris MacDonald, Libsyn, IndieFeed (A) Limited Edition Podcasts (A) with Leesa Barnes Citizen Embedded Journalism-Chris Brogan and Alive in Baghdad (Brian Conley) How to Be Smart and Popular: Making Your Podcast Informative and Interesting - Adam Weiss focused on educational institutions but applicable to everyone (A) Using music cinematically in an audio podcast - Kevin Kennedy-Spaien(A) MobaTalk, the coming multi-media comment system. Convergence technologies and how you might leverage them. Michael Bailey(A)

 

12:30 lunch lunch lunch lunch lunch lunch
1:15 PM lunch lunch lunch lunch lunch lunch

 

Afternoon Sessions

 

Time Auditorium (C202) Smart Room 1 (B222) Smart Room 2 (B216) Smart Room 3 (B133) Smart Room 4 (B128) SR 5 removed
2:00 PM To be (me) or not to be (me): Identity, pseudonymity and anonymity choices in creating an online identity; with Shava Nerad of The Tor Project Podcasting for Educators. Let's talk about different ways to use podcasting as a teaching tool. I'll also share some examples of audio and video podcasts that my students created. Mark Frydenberg teaches Information Technology courses at Bentley College. Beer Money: A few ideas to begin generating beer money with your podcast TODAY - Christopher Penn Plone for Podcasting : Plone is a popular open source content management system that provides ease-to-use authoring and publishing tool for audio/video multimedia content. Learn how to leverage this platform to create a community-oriented site with podcasts, tagging, commenting and ratings. We will look at 3 examples of media podcasting sites built using Plone. Nate Aune (A) Blip.tv: the co-founders of blip.tv answer questions, comments, love, concerns and anything else. An open forum for videobloggers and future videobloggers : what tools we can build to make your lives easier? (A)
2:45 PM How Much Did PodCamp (Not) Suck? Mark Henderson and Randy Mann Let's discuss advertising in a roundtable. Click link to see details Jeff Persch Podcasting Long Distance: Planning A Multi-Location Show -Shelly Brisbin, iProng Radio Beginning Podcasting: Mike and Jim from The Mind of Men Podcast will talk about getting off on the right foot with tools and techniques JUST ADDED - The zefrank video workshop Let's make some media for ze**. He needs sports racer show intros, power moves, and more. Well create some videos and upload them to ze's site. Steve Garfield
3:30 PM Hosting Podcasts in a Talk Show Format Mark Juliano(A) How to podcast with Apple's Garageband software - Christopher Penn Video Blog as Visual Art - Where are we? Where are we going? Should we emulate TV and movies... or is there another inspiration for our media revolution? John Herman (A) Programmers Session - Tom Morris(A) - We're geeks, we want your ideas. If you're a geek too, come and build stuff and get ideas on what to build next!
4:15 PM Farewell to PodCamp Boston - Chris Brogan and Christopher Penn - bring your thoughts, comments, ideas, and experiences! We'll have the panel mics set up - please come and record something for the biggest mashup podcast yet. none none none none none

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