The conference ends, the conversation continues…

Podcamp Toronto began for me on January 2 when I started contributing to this blog.  At first I felt like I was speaking to myself, but then Connie came on board, and we started to build the community around podcamp.  Now the weekend is over, but the conversation has just begun.  We will continue to update the blog and the Google group and Wiki remain active for all your contributions.

Thanks to all the organizers and sponsors for putting on a first class event.

All Podcamp Video is now posted

This afternoon, Jay Moonah prepared a page on the wiki of all the archived video of all the sessions at podcamp.

It would be great to add links to all the archived mp3s on the wiki.

Also, if you have prepared a podcamp themed podcast (say that fast 3 times), we would love to link to it here.  Just let us know in the comments or on the google group.

Here are the links to the archived video.

PodCamp Toronto Media Archive

If you have additional links for any presentations, please add them below.

SATURDAY

10:00 AM

10:45 AM

11:30 AM

  • It Isn’t Just a Video Game: Second Life for Events – Jay Moonah & Bryan Person
  • Building a community – Mark Blevis, Bob Goyetche and Chris Brogan
  • Corporate Podcasting Tactics (panel) – Leesa Barnes, James Harris, Richard Sharp, Christopher Penn, John Wall

1:00 PM

  • Video Podcasting out of the Box – Jenni Hayman, Heath Milo
  • Giving Your Podcast A Google Presence – Julien Smith
  • Podcasting Adds Personality to Employee Communications – Sabita Singh 

1:45 PM

  • How to Get 2,427 People to Podcast for a Common Cause – Hugh McGuire
  • PodPresence (aka “Awesome Sounding Podcasts”) – Peter O’Connell
  • Expanding the Conversation – Michael Bailey and Jeff Persch

2:30 PM

  • Using Podcasting in Secondary, Elementary and Middle Schools – Nina Silver
  • Editing Techniques and Decisions – Mark Blevis
  • Award Winning DIY Special Effects – Casey McKinnon and Rudy Jahchan

3:15 PM

  • Citizen Journalism: Getting Started with Videoblogging – Tari Akpodiete
  • Making a difference: What Return on Influence (ROI) really means – Whitney Hoffman, Chris Brogan and Mark Blevis
  • Podcast Marketing: Five tools and strategies to grow your audience TODAY – Christopher Penn

4:00 PM

4:45 PM

SUNDAY

10:00 AM

  • Teach Me Podcasting! – Heartless Bitches International
  • WinAmpCast and Google Gadget Podcast Kit 1.0 session. – Christopher Penn
  • How to Make Money In Podcasting as a Journalist – Leesa Barnes
    • Quicktime Video (no audio…will fix soon)

10:45 AM

  • Community Building Through New Media – Chris Brogan
  • Stream Link Atwater Digital Literacy Project – Hugh McGuire and Julien Smith
  • Should Your Company Be Podcasting? (panel) – Mitch Joel, Michael O’Connor Clarke, Luke Armour, Donna Papacosta, Michael Seaton

11:30 AM

  • Trust Economies: What they are and how to be a part of them – Chris Brogan and Julien Smith
  • Banking on a Podcast – Michael Seaton
  • Will Podcasting Kill Radio? (panel) – Leesa Barnes, Heather Vale, Bill Sweetman, Jay Moonah, Tim Posgate, Steve “Snowball” Saylor, Mike “The Birdman” Dodd

1:00 PM

1:45 PM

  • Recording and Editing Audio Podcasts with Your Windows-Powered Pocket PC or Smartphone – Tari Akpodiete
  • The Name Game: How and Why to Develop a Catchy Podcast Name – Bill Sweetman
  • Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going (panel) – Casey McKinnon, Rudy Jahchan and Julien Smith

2:30 PM

  • A Quick Introduction to the Concepts of Mind Mapping and “Getting Things Done” (GTD) – Tari Akpodiete
  • Monetizing Your Podcast – Mark Juliano from TalkShoe
  • 3 Ways To Beat PODFADE – Vergel Evans & Brent Morris

3:15 PM

  • Web Tools For Podcasting Success (panel) – Bob Goyetche, Julien Smith, Brent Morris, Michael Bailey, Jay Moonah, Steve “Snowball” Saylor, Bob Goyetche

4:00 PM

  • Whisper to a Scream: making Compression, Limiting, Normalization & Noise Reduction your Friends – Jay Moonah

4:45 PM

We’ve Been Vlogged!

A big how-dee to MMMMMike who has vlogged Podcamp over at Moon Echoes !   And it looks like there is perhaps more to come?

There are lots and lots of posts on various blogs and podcasts over at Technorati .

If you would like us to link to you, send an email to me at connieblog at sympatico dot ca and it will get posted at some point.

Cheers,

Connie Crosby

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We Get Messages

We had a very nice MyChingo message from Dean Whitbread in the UK who was trying to catch us via livestream over the weekend.    It is good to hear from you, Dean!  I hope you were able to see some of the live feed. Fortunately a good part of it has been captured for posterity over on the wiki.

We encourage others to leave voice messages via MyChingo, comments here on the blog, or post your photos to the Podcamp Toronto group over on Flickr  .

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