Another great example of video podcasting using Skype from guest author Tom Parish. Tom presents a B2B example using the popular chatting, video and telephony software Skype which is available for Macs, Windows, Linux and smart phones. Useful links: Skype • ECAMM I have hosted a weekly podcast show at BMC Software for five years now […]
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This mindmap is a good start for someone wanting to know more about the elements you need to consider before jumping in fully to produce a show. Although it’s important to be entertaining I sometimes think podcast shows are trying too hard to be funny. For the business to business environment (B2B) the bottom line […]
We get asked about our process for producing audio and video podcasts. To do it well it takes time to research topics, schedule interesting people, coordinate with marketing groups, edit the interview and keep the show moving forward each week with a fresh feel. Here is a general outline of the production flow we use […]
Other news for today, the new EnterpriseLeadership.org website (ELO as we call it) is up. My team moved roughly 200 written interviews and 200 podcasts with show notes to a new platform called Jive/Clearspace. As with the previous platform I have divided up the content into 7 topics areas: Best Practices Innovation Governance IT Management […]
Video Podcast: Andres Carvallo, Austin Energy’s CIO, on Developing Smart Grid Technology for a Public Utility
Despite the economy, Austin, Texas, has seen a spike in major businesses, such as google.com and Hewlett-Packard, moving into the area, as well as more people relocating there to find jobs. Meanwhile, Austin Energy, the nation’s ninth largest community-owned electric utility, is making sure it can meet the power demands of its one million residential […]
I’ve been giving this a lot of thought lately – how to produce a podcast mini-series and maximize its visibility. Another name for such a mini-series is webisodes. Think of these as 2- to 3-minute pieces that typically make one point and string together a series of them around a theme or topic. An enthusiastic example of […]
I am testing the audioblog service from Chris Rice at www.audioblog.com.So far so good. More to come on this. Very cool – you know me and audio!
I’m putting this out for the Austin, Texas, community and surrounding areas. If you have an interest in learning about Podcasting (audio and/or video) send me a note. I’m looking at pulling together a small gathering either at my house or a place nearby, depending on the size of the group. Lots to learn. We’ll do […]
I’m so excited about this news from NPR. I’m anxiously awaiting news of Terri Gross’s Fresh Aire and Ira Glass’s This American Life becoming available to podcasters. Heck, all the NPR programs. Special mention here for anyone reading my blog to catch Dave Winer’s blog for news like this … and many other seemingly unconnected matters […]