Tag: Podcasting

Tomas and Kristin podcasting What's Next

• November 16, 2008 • Comments (0)

If you’re a Swede and interested in what’s happening on the web and in new media, I’m sure you can’t have missed the podcast What’s Next. With a background in radio journalism, hosts Tomas Wennström and Kristin Heinonen are doing a great job keeping us updated about news in this field. They are also very […]

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The need for usability in podcasting

• June 14, 2007 • Comments (3)
The need for usability in podcasting

Karin Høgh‘s focus in her presentation on Podcamp was usability, and by giving a multitude of examples she showed that this is not something that podcasters have given much thought. Starting out, she gave her definition of a podcast, which you can see above. She also pointed out that this excludes streaming radio or sites […]

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X3M Radio Pleppo won the Swedish Podcast Awards

• June 13, 2007 • Comments (0)
X3M Radio Pleppo won the Swedish Podcast Awards

The Swedish Podcast Awards were won by Finns. The overall award went to X3M Radio Pleppo. Congratulations! The price ceremony, which was held at Podcamp Europe, was quite small, with just one of the winners present. Nevertheless it’s a really good initiative, putting focus on podcasting and the development we’re seeing in this field. This […]

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”Convergence is good because it means freedom”

• June 12, 2007 • Comments (0)
”Convergence is good because it means freedom”

Thomas Plessis, CEO of Play 6, and associate dir. of radiopodcast.com, is talking about media convergence and the importance of great content. He’s naming all the aspects of podcasting, like production, tools, jingles, subject… You have to make different products for different media though, Plessis says. – You can’t put the same thing on podcast […]

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Podcamp Europe under way – Christopher Penn's advice on podcast marketing

• June 12, 2007 • Comments (1)
Podcamp Europe under way - Christopher Penn's advice on podcast marketing

After some pretty bad network problems everything seems to be up and running at Podcamp Europe. I spent the greater part of Christopher Penn‘s talk on marketing aspects of podcasting working out these network problems, but here’s what I snapped up. He talked a lot about evangelists, the people who really like your podcast and […]

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Slots available to give a presentation at PodCamp Europe

• June 3, 2007 • Comments (0)

PodCamp Europe is coming up in ten days (June 12-13, in Stockholm, Sweden), and by the looks of it it will be a cool event. But there are still slots to fill in the presentation schedule. If you have something to say about podcasting, blogging or social media in general, don’t miss out on this […]

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PodCamp Europe – Sweden's first unconference – to be held in Stockholm

• April 16, 2007 • Comments (1)
PodCamp Europe - Sweden's first unconference - to be held in Stockholm

Anyone who can make it to Stockholm on June 12-13 should check out PodCamp Europe. I’m quite excited to hear about what is most likely Sweden’s first unconference. The concept is that the knowledge stems from the audience, so everyone is a potential speaker. And yeah, the event is free! I’ve registered and really hope […]

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US: Podcast listening up, but still marginal

• December 3, 2006 • Comments (0)

A survey by Pew Internet & American Life Project (The report states: “The Pew Internet Project is a non-partisan, non-profit research center that examines the social impact of the internet. It is part of the Pew Research Center and is funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts.”) states that podcast usage in the States is up […]

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