Podcamp Toronto Podcast 18

Tommy Vallier, Jay Moonah and myself (Sean McGaughey) recorded the Podcamp Toronto Podcast tonight live over talkshoe.  I have a new recording set-up that I’m still learning to use, so I apologize for the technical quality of the podcast.

Download/Listen  to Podcamp Toronto Podcast 18

We discussed:

  1. The mentor lounge.
  2. Upcoming sessions at Podcamp Toronto.
  3. The Castroller Podcamp Toronto Channel: http://castroller.com/channels/pcto09.
  4. The winners of the Griffin Technologies prize packs for the Promo Challenge:  John Meadows, Peter O’Connell, George Motoc and Kevin Ballon.
  5. Lunch options:  We are not providing lunch this year.
  6. The Schedule will be live tomorrow (Sunday February 8: 10:00 EST).  If you have signed up to present a session, please pick a room and time on the schedule and sign up on the wiki.
  7. Wifi ettiquite at Podcamp Toronto.
  8. Stay tuned to the Podcamp Toronto blog and wiki for announcements about Friday and Saturday night events which are in the works.

Here’s a Podcamp Toronto promo for you all.

Ductapeguy’s Podcamp Toronto Promo  Download/Listen Here

I couldn’t keep myself out of the fun, so I produced a promo for Podcamp Toronto.  You may have heard it tacked onto the end of Podcamp Toronto Podcast 16.   Feel free to play it on your own podcast, or add it to your blogsite.

As an organizer, I will not me entering my name into the draw for the wonderful gift packages from Griffin Technology.  That does not prevent you wonderful people from creating promos for Podcamp Toronto and maybe winning a wonderful gift bag from Griffin Technology.  I’ve heard a great idea for a promo from a prominent member of the Montreal podcasting elite, and I can’t wait to share the completed promo.

Podcamp Toronto Podcast #12- Live from Podcamp

Connie and I recorded these interviews live at the restaurant at dinner with about 30 podcampers. No shownotes this time. Just a whole bunch of happy podcampers. Enjoy.

Podcamp Toronto Podcast 12

Podcamp Toronto Podcast #9

Podcamp Toronto Podcast Episode 9

Connie and I had a great time recording Episode 9 of the podcast live on Talkshoe. I made some mistakes miscuing the sound clips but the conversations were great. Thanks to everyone who joined us live. We are planning to do episode 10 on Talkshoe as well, on Wednesday February 13 at 9:00pm EST.

Run time: 53:04

Show Notes:

Music – “Thematic Waves” by Vergel Evans

Participants in the call:

Tommy Vallier
Ralph Mucci
Nelson Bettencourt
Jay Moonah

with hipsters

Chris24
Jim Mowatt
Eden Spodek
Keith Burtis
Drew Beatty

in the Talkshoe chat room!

Thanks to our new sponsors:

58Ninety Inc.
com.motion
Harlequin
The Limestone New Media Group

We talk about new sessions that have been added. There is still room for more sessions! Scheduling will be opening up next weekend. If you have special considerations with the scheduling, please contact Jay Moonah. Tommy Vallier tells us how he approaches Podcamp and meeting new people. Ralph and Nelson ask about finding advertising for podcasts and other ways to monetize a podcast. We ponder why there is a new increase in podcast subscriptions. We also reveal that Saturday night at Podcamp Toronto will be a build-it-yourself arrangement. We will be creating a page on the wiki with suggested places for groups to congregate. Also included are interviews by Sean with podcasters Father Roderick and Daniele Rossi.

Send feedback:

ductapeguy @ hotmail.com
conniecrosby @ gmail.com
or leave an audio comment at MyChingo

Podcamp Toronto Podcast #2: Interview with Tommy Vallier

Podcamp Toronto Podcast #2

I conducted this interview with Tommy Vallier as part of my post Podcamp Boston coverage on my site at http://ductapeguy.net. It seems to fit better here, so here it is. Tommy Vallier is a blogger, community developer at Talkshoe, and new media enthusiast. He regularly bends my brain with his insights into new media. He has some great ideas about the direction podcamps should be pursuing.

Connie Crosby and I, your humble bloggers, have been talking about producing a regular podcast leading up to Podcamp Toronto. I have some ideas about the form and content of the podcast, but I would love to have lots of community content and input right from the beginning, so…

What would you like to get from the Podcamp Toronto Podcast? What sort of content and information would be important to you?

Post your ideas and suggestions in the comments, leave us a voice message using mychingo, or send me comments at ductapeguy at hotmail dot com .

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