Re: Podcasting in Antarctica
- Okay, we're in too. I'm putting a disk with about 20+ episodes of our
"Stuck in the 80's" podcast into the mail tonight. Keep your fingers
crossed that it makes it there in time.
Stuck in the 80s
Ante Up! Pokercast
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, honor <honorharger2@...> wrote:
> We are calling for pre-recorded radio programmes,
> podcasts, music, and other audio content to be
> broadcast on the station.
> Would any of you be interested in having any of your
> archived podcasts aired in Antarctica?
> Any CD that gets to the below address in South Africa
> before a supply plane leaves for Antarctica on 11
> January will be broadcast in Antarctica. If you have
> any music, sound art, audio interviews, magazine style
> shows, etc that you would like broadcast in
> Antarctica, perhaps you would like to send a cd?
> Let me know what you think.
> Very best wishes
> Honor Harger
> r a d i o q u a l i a
- Dear All,
Firstly, a very big thank you very much to Tony Mechin
for offering to make some CDs for those who missed the
postal deadline for the radio station in Antarctica.
Also, I have just now received some good news. A
friend of our has told us that he is going down to
Cape Town this Monday 8 January. He has very kindly
offered to download some MP3s from the internet, burn
a set of CDs and take them to the supply plane in Cape
Town. So if you, or anyone you know, missed the
postal deadline, there is another chance.
He has requested that all files are sent via the
online file delivery service YouSendIt
<http://www.yousendit.com> before Sunday 7 January at
1500 Central European Time (one hour ahead of GMT).
- Visit: http://www.yousendit.com
- Register for a Free Account
- Once registered, click on the 'Send File' option
- step 1"recipient's email address' type:
- step 2 'select a file" choose your file
- step 3, click send it.
I'm afraid I can not use You Send It on my slightly
elderly Mac, and thus, I can't give you any more
technical advice than this. Give it a go, and if it
doesn't work, well we tried! :-)
If this doesn't work, then upload the file you want to
send to an FTP server, and send me a direct link ASAP
(this will need to be before this Friday at 1000
Central European Time).
All the best
--- Tony Mechin <tony.mechin@...> wrote:
> Hi there and happy ny 2 u all!Send instant messages to your online friends http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com
> I'll be sending some stuff from SWRadioAfrica, (not
> the shona language
> shows :-) so this might be an opportunity for those
> podcasters who
> just want to send along one or two shows.
> I'm based in Johannesburg, so the biggest problem is
> the lack of
> bandwidth to pull down the shows. I should be able
> to make three or
> four CDs.
> I've set up antarcticapodcast@... to receive
> (First 2 gigs wins :-)
> I'll make the discs on the 7th and ship them to Cape
> Town by overnight
> courier so they'll be there on the 9th.
> And I'll have a great collection...
> Hope that helps
> > TRANSMIT YOUR MESSAGE IN ANTARCTICA
> > Do you have a song, a message, or a sound that you
> > want broadcast in Antarctica?
> > We are looking for your music, sound art, radio
> > radio documentaries, and any phonically
> > artefacts you have to broadcast on Antarctica
> > artist-run radio station. There is a supply plane
> > leaving for Antarctica from Cape Town on 11
> > We plan to have a shipment of CDs sent on that
> > plane.
- I have an episode about living in Antarctica but that seems a bit like carrying coals to
Amateur Traveler podcast
> TRANSMIT YOUR MESSAGE IN ANTARCTICA
> Do you have a song, a message, or a sound that you
> want broadcast in Antarctica?
> We are looking for your music, sound art, radio plays,
> radio documentaries, and any phonically interesting
> artefacts you have to broadcast on Antarctica first
> artist-run radio station. There is a supply plane
> leaving for Antarctica from Cape Town on 11 January.
> We plan to have a shipment of CDs sent on that supply