Re: [podcasters] Re: PME II Conferences?
- MissPeter <misspeter@...> wrote:
>TRACK 1: Podcasting 101 - A to Z for Beginners - Getting Up To SpeedI was thinking of sending in a proposal for speaking along the topic "your
>TRACK 2: Podcasting As A Business - Turning Content Into Profits
>TRACK 3: Corporate Podcasting - Communications and PR Best Practices
>TRACK 4: Podcasting As A Hobby - For Those Who Create Purely for
>TRACK 5: Portable Audio & Video - Moving Traditional Content Into a
>Portable, On-Demand World
audience is bigger than just 52 states in Northern America" because oh so
often it is forgotten that we (people not living in the US) are listeners
too. Even better, possible customers, and we already do speak the language.
I took a step back from that for two reasons - there are no really hard
data on this topic (and I know many people just believe hard figures) and
the audience seems still to be very US centric - and therefore mostly
uninterested in at least learning about the outside.
It starts with "no, you don't want to use the link you get from itunes
which will make you counted for the Top100, because that only allows the
people with an account in the US store to listen to your podcast" and goes
to so many other little things. Perhaps the mindset is there in 2008?
Yes, this will be a big happening; but as far as information and exchange
goes I expect Podcastcon UK in November to be much more usable from an
European perspective. :(
Podcastday 2006 (see signature) will be different because it is held in
German - also limited to a special kind of people (those who do understand
German) but for the reason of expanding the knowledge in Germany.
Interestingly the topic for "opening up" will have to be addressed in here
as well - Germans need to learn more English to exchange thoughts in
Come to the German Podcast event of the year!
Podcastday 2006 - Cologne 24th May