If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and/or my free Digital Public Affairs Newsletter. Thanks for visiting.Dave Brodbeck emailed me earlier to let me know that Broca’s Area is back in production. Whether it was a true change of heart or a carefully crafted publicity stunt, I’m not concerned. […]
Besides my holiday wishes, this episode serves up a Rogic Chorus outtake. While this particular feed is not affiliated with Rogic, my Electric Sky Podcast is. I’ll be posting for a while yet and wanted to get this out since many people are already going on vacation. All the best to you and yours for […]
Reorder your business cards, Time magazine’s 2006 person of the year is… you, for “seizing the reins of the global media, for founding and framing the new digital democracy“. Highlights of the article include: “It’s a story about community and collaboration on a scale never seen before.“ “It’s about the many wresting power from the […]
I had some pretty severe server problems yesterday – Friday, December 8 – which resulted in all sorts of problems, most of which were resolved around 5amET today. As a result, most of my sites were down, and my feeds went crazy for a while. My apologies for the inconvenience! Mark
I’ll be a guest of Points North, the afternoon show on CBC Radio Sudbury, today at 4:20pmET. Dan Lessard will be interviewing me about Just One More Book, a podcast about children’s books that I produce and host with my wife, Andrea.
Algonquin College journalist student David May sat down with Arthur Masters (Ottawa Local Podcast) and me to talk Podcasting over a few pints the other day. The latest word is that the Ottawa City Journal will run a series of articles – by David – on local Podcasters beginning next week.
It was opening night of Podcasters Across Borders – June 23, 2006. Shelagh Rogers had finished her keynote address and the socializing had begun. A very excited man in a Hawaian shirt introduced himself to me. It was Andy K, co-host of the morning show on Oldies 960 in Kingston, ON. I had no idea […]
Part 4 of this series dealt with the creativity of editing interviews. In this installment, I am returning to applied editing. When I first mapped out this series, I figured I’d be done by now. I had a neatly compiled list of the types of edits I do and some soft skills I wanted to […]