Podcast Academy #6

What You Need To Know
About Audio & Video 2.0

Join us for Podcast Academy #6 taking place September 27th, 2007 in Ontario, California. This fun filled and information packed day is a must attend event as well as a great start to the Podcast and New Media Expo.

Learn from the leaders in audio and video podcast production, marketing and implementation. The Academy focuses on the knowledge and information needed for the professional podcaster, corporate practitioner or person charged with podcasting for the organization. Attendees benefit from our day long course style approach including lots of Q & A and the ability to interact with the instructors throughout the day. Get the answers and solutions you need to know!

Lunch, refreshments and post Academy cocktail reception included.


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Hayden Black
Goodnight Burbank and Evil Global Corporation
From The Internet to TV
Join Hayden, co-star and writer of the web series Goodnight Burbank, to hear how he went from a 1 page outline to an award-winning, critically acclaimed show that’s been downloaded millions of times since its launch. Learn how to take Hollywood on at their own game – and win.
Craig Syverson
grunt media and Venture Cast
New Media, Old School – How Production Has(n’t) Changed
Craig, one of our highest rated speakers from last year returns to lead a session on production techniques for new media. While some things have changed in this new landscape, there are still basic and time-tested principals of media production that should not be neglected.
Tim Street
French Maid TV
Marketing Your Podcast – Secrets For Quick Results
Tim, whose productions constantly skyrocket to the top of the iTunes charts will discuss the secrets of new media marketing on iTunes and beyond. This is your chance to learn new media marketing from someone with a proven track record.
Chris Brogan and co-founder of PodCamp
Building Digital Relationships In a New Media World
Chris, a leading expert on social media, will cover the practical considerations of planning, launching and managing a digital media initiative. How do you build a community around your group, organization or product and what considerations need to be addressed.
Colette Vogele
Vogele & Associates
Podcasting and the law.
As a fellow of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Colette co-authored the Podcasting Legal Guide. Colette will discuss the legal considerations anyone producing podcasts must keep in mind. This is an opportunity to find out about music licensing, fair use, interview releases and what you need to do to protect yourself as a podcast producer.
Greg Cangialosi
The Trend Junkie and Blue Sky Factory
Real World Corporate Case Studies From The Fortune 500
Greg will share case studies on what is working right now in new media. Having produced podcasts for some of the nations’ largest companies, including Verizon Wireless, GM/Pontiac and Dow Chemical, this is an opportunity to learn first hand from a podcast producer who has worked with the Fortune 500.
Dan Klass
The Bitterest Pill, Jacket Media and Old Wave Radio
From Decision to Downloads: Podcasting Your Organization
A true podcast pioneer, Dan will give his unique take on how to best organize and implement a podcast initiative. Having worked with the Los Angeles Opera, Speedo and others, this is a unique look at what works, and what doesn’t, when developing and structuring your podcasts.
Paul Colligan and Premium Podcast
Beyond the iPod – How To Reach The Largest Audience Possible.
The “New Media Revolution” is bigger than Apple and the iPod. An understanding of production, consumption and distribution of New Media is required for anyone attempting to make their mark. Paul will provide a simple framework for finding your place in the new media revolution.
Michael Geoghegan
GigaVox Media

Who should attend?

  • Corporate Podcasters
  • Charity Organizations
  • Houses of Worship
  • Educational Podcasters
  • Podcast Consultants
  • Anyone who takes their podcasting seriously!


Date: Thursday, September 27th, 2007
Venue: Ontario Airport Marriott
Includes: lunch, morning coffee & muffins and afternoon refreshments.
Schedule: 8:00AM to 5:00PM

Cocktail Reception:

Sponsored by Intellipodcast. After a full-day of education at Podcast Academy, join your fellow attendees as well as selected speakers and sponsors of Podcast and New Media Expo for a cocktail reception. A hosted bar and hor’dourves will cap off a great day of learning and networking – join us!

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Cancellation policy:

Cancellations of Podcast Academy tickets are subject to a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations after August 29, 2007 are not refundable. Your badge is your personal ticket to the Academy – treat it like any other type of personally issued event ticket – it is non-transferable and lost badges will not be replaced. Management for the Podcast Academy will not be held responsible for, nor issue refunds based on illness, travel or weather-related interruptions or other independent issues requiring cancellation after August 30, 2007. Podcast Academy sessions and speakers subject to change without notice.

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