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About.com's Podcasting Guide John Havens

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Latest Episodes

EPISODE4 - Citizen Podcasting; Brian Conley of Alive in Baghdad

In 2005 Brian Conley travelled to the Middle East for two months and spent three weeks in Baghdad. After a year of preparation for the trip, learning Arabic, and studying the history and culture of Iraq, he went to Baghdad to meet Iraqis. Initially Alive in Baghdad chronicled the voices of Iraqis, in order to provide a more intimate picture of Iraqi life. After a second trip to the Middle East this summer, Alive in Baghdad provided video cameras, microphones, tapestock, and training to Iraqis living in Baghdad. Now these Iraqis are producing a weekly videoblog from Baghdad, on topics ranging from protecting their families from death squads, to what it is like to be an Iraqi Police officer.

68 MIN2007 JAN 11
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EPISODE4 - Citizen Podcasting; Brian Conley of Alive in Baghdad

What's a "Podcamp" and do I need a tent?

Along with being the About.com Guide to Podcasting (http://podcasting.about.com) and Founder of podcast consultation/production firm, Podcast Vision and Voice (www.pvandv.com), John C. Havens is an organizer of PodcampNYC, an "unconference" participant-driven podcaster/videocaster/new media event taking place in April '07 in NYC. Tune/Chime In to hear from other Podcamp organizers (for NYC and other cities around the country/globe) and past attendees. Learn why there has been a proliferation of these paradigm-shifting events, how they work, where you can attend, and why you should.

75 MIN2006 DEC 14
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What's a "Podcamp" and do I need a tent?

Episode 2 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money

It's the age old question of "Art versus Commerce," or "Craft or Cash." If you podcast/videocast/create new media, should you be entitled to get paid for what you do? If so, how can you monetize successfully while not turning off your audience? Tune in on December 6th, 10PM (ET) to hear About.com Guide to Podcasting, John C. Havens interview leading Web 2.0 movers/shakers on this potentially polarizing yet utterly timely topic, followed by an open discussion forum. Interviewees/guests include: Chris Brogan, Community Developer for Network2, Video On the Net Conference and co-founder of PodCamp.org Drew Olanoff of Best Damn Tech Show, Scriggity, pluggd, and EDU Internet Strategies Justin Kownacki, creator/writer/director/producer for web sitcom Something to Be Desired, co-organizer of PodCamp Pittsburgh Luke Ferdinand, host of Digital Citizen, and the Luke and His Dad Show.

71 MIN2006 DEC 7
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Episode 2 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money

Episode 1 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money Invite

This is a personal audio invite from host/moderator, John C. Havens (About.com Guide to Podcasting) to Chime In our our talk this Wednesday night at 10PM (ET).

3 MIN2006 DEC 1
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Episode 1 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money Invite
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Latest Episodes

EPISODE4 - Citizen Podcasting; Brian Conley of Alive in Baghdad

In 2005 Brian Conley travelled to the Middle East for two months and spent three weeks in Baghdad. After a year of preparation for the trip, learning Arabic, and studying the history and culture of Iraq, he went to Baghdad to meet Iraqis. Initially Alive in Baghdad chronicled the voices of Iraqis, in order to provide a more intimate picture of Iraqi life. After a second trip to the Middle East this summer, Alive in Baghdad provided video cameras, microphones, tapestock, and training to Iraqis living in Baghdad. Now these Iraqis are producing a weekly videoblog from Baghdad, on topics ranging from protecting their families from death squads, to what it is like to be an Iraqi Police officer.

68 MIN2007 JAN 11
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EPISODE4 - Citizen Podcasting; Brian Conley of Alive in Baghdad

What's a "Podcamp" and do I need a tent?

Along with being the About.com Guide to Podcasting (http://podcasting.about.com) and Founder of podcast consultation/production firm, Podcast Vision and Voice (www.pvandv.com), John C. Havens is an organizer of PodcampNYC, an "unconference" participant-driven podcaster/videocaster/new media event taking place in April '07 in NYC. Tune/Chime In to hear from other Podcamp organizers (for NYC and other cities around the country/globe) and past attendees. Learn why there has been a proliferation of these paradigm-shifting events, how they work, where you can attend, and why you should.

75 MIN2006 DEC 14
Comments
What's a "Podcamp" and do I need a tent?

Episode 2 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money

It's the age old question of "Art versus Commerce," or "Craft or Cash." If you podcast/videocast/create new media, should you be entitled to get paid for what you do? If so, how can you monetize successfully while not turning off your audience? Tune in on December 6th, 10PM (ET) to hear About.com Guide to Podcasting, John C. Havens interview leading Web 2.0 movers/shakers on this potentially polarizing yet utterly timely topic, followed by an open discussion forum. Interviewees/guests include: Chris Brogan, Community Developer for Network2, Video On the Net Conference and co-founder of PodCamp.org Drew Olanoff of Best Damn Tech Show, Scriggity, pluggd, and EDU Internet Strategies Justin Kownacki, creator/writer/director/producer for web sitcom Something to Be Desired, co-organizer of PodCamp Pittsburgh Luke Ferdinand, host of Digital Citizen, and the Luke and His Dad Show.

71 MIN2006 DEC 7
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Episode 2 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money

Episode 1 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money Invite

This is a personal audio invite from host/moderator, John C. Havens (About.com Guide to Podcasting) to Chime In our our talk this Wednesday night at 10PM (ET).

3 MIN2006 DEC 1
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Episode 1 - Podcasting/Vlogging for Money Invite
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