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The program for Podcasters Across Borders 2008 will be announced in two days. It’s been an exciting and difficult process to go through this time since we have received so many amazing submissions — more than we have available speaking slots. Bob and I never prepared ourselves for that possibility and I’ve been struggling with [...]
Chris Sherry (creator the the Kaflooey podcast) dredged up this gem of Bob Goyetche and me following Podcasters Across Borders 2007. According to Chris, Photoshop was not involved. Registration for PAB2008 opens on March 15. Original photo by Nico.
Early-bird registration for the 2008 edition of Podcasters Across Borders is now open. From Sunday, January 27 through Saturday, February 2, you can register to attend PAB2008 for the low rate of CDN$90/person. This offer is available for one week only (or until the event reaches capacity). Space permitting, regular registration will begin on March [...]
Notwithstanding the terrible word that we’ve been stuck with since 2004, podcasting was on shaky ground long before Michael Geohegan‘s now famous speech delivered at the Podcast and New Media Expo a few weeks ago (see his blog post, No More Podcast in the New Media Expo). It’s a discussion that has been going on [...]
It seems almost impossible that the original Podcasters Across Borders conference could be outdone. With 16 days to go before the second edition of the conference (PAB2007), I realize that the bar has been raised even higher than we thought possible. As reported on the PAB site, the event is approaching a capacity crowd of [...]
I’m honoured to be the guest of Joe Thornley’s first podcast on the ProPR blog site (Mark Blevis previews this year’s Podcasters Across Borders). Joe and I met to celebrate the Thornley Fallis sponsorship of Podcasters Across Borders 2007 a few weeks ago and he decided to put his new portable recorder to the test.
When Bob Goyetche and I first started working on Podcasters Across Borders 2006, there were a lot of reasons to be concerned — mostly relating to financial commitments and community interest. Okay, concerns may not be the right word. Let’s say Stress, with a capital ‘S’. We took a big gamble, committing personal funds to [...]