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Video bloggers, vloggers, Video Podcasters, VODcasters, vidcasters, Talkies Producers whatever you call them, they like to meet up and talk about what has happened over the past year and what the future holds.



Updated: 2017-07-07T23:33:26.494-04:00

 



Vloggercon 2006

2006-12-17T08:13:53.216-05:00

Vloggercon will be in San Francisco
at "Swedish American Hall"
June 10-11

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Visit the fresh and minty new Vloggercon.com site to keep informed on Vloggercon 2006.

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Videoblogging Week 2005

2006-04-23T09:41:46.496-04:00

Videoblogging Week 2005.
Just because vloggercon 2005 is over, doesn't mean that we don't still get together and do things.

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Videoblogging Week 2005 is a good example of what the videoblogging community is up to.

Take a look:

http://videobloggingweek2005.blogspot.com/

Ryan Hodson put this compilation together and says:

This has been many many days of me in front of the computer
verifying that links work
and grabbing shots of people's headers...
this is my life.

I HAVE WITNESSED VIDEOBLOGGING WEEK 2005 IN IT'S FULL GLORY

and now you can too.

the power of our collaborative....um....POWERS
can be seen
all
in
one
place

http://videobloggingweek2005.blogspot.com/

pass it on people



VloggerCon 05: Conference Sessions Online

2007-01-03T03:25:34.423-05:00

VloggerCon 05 Sessions: Intro Drazen Pantic speaks on the power of easily distributed media. VloggerCon 05 Sessions: Masses' Media Discussion Leader: Eli Chapman The rules of the game have changed. The 20th Century was dominated by a mass media of cinema and television where citizens chose to have linear stories poured into our eyes and ears. In the 21st Century, the masses will chose to entertain, inform, and educate themselves. And video blogging is one of many new forms of communication we will have at our disposal in the near future... VloggerCon 05 Sessions: Sustainability Discussion Leaders: Andrew Baron, Josh Kinberg How will people make money from videoblogging? Why is this important? Is it possible? Should it be possible? How will people videoblog through their lifetime with bandwidth/storage limitations? This is a HOT topic amongst vloggers and we want to take the time to speak in a calm, friendly and concise manner, face to face, with the gloves off. VloggerCon 05 Session: Content is King Discussion leaders: Steve Garfield, Mica Scalin, Ryanne Hodson, Chris Weagel, Jay Dedman Creating and posting videos is the key. Personal storytelling, citizen journalism, art, show and tell...this is at the core of what we're doing. We all have our own style and ideas when we videoblog; let's share. VloggerCon 05 Sessions: TOOLS Discussion leaders: Kenyatta Cheese, Peter Van Dijk, Josh Kinberg, Jakob Lodwick, Gary Lerhaupt, Sean Gilligan, Daniell Krawczyk The VogBrowser, me-tv, ANT, Vimeo, Prodigem, Vblog Central, Digital Bicycle. These guys are creating some powerful applications/tools that we can use to watch and distribute our video. Hear what they're doing, tell them what you want, talk, push, discuss... VloggerCon 05 Sessions: Network of the Future Discussion leader: Marc Canter Announcement of ourmedia.org, an online community of grassroots media which provide the resources to help videobloggers continue their work for a lifetime...creating a new history and way of connecting to people around the world. Marc is the co-founder of ourmedia.org and will explain how it will all work. Quick, upload those videos! VloggerCon 05 Sessions: Group Ideas-Closing Talk about the future Steve's After Con Interviews Steve Garfield chats with Vloggers after the con.[...]



Thanks

2005-03-03T22:16:58.000-05:00

Vloggercon couldnt have turned out better.
On January 22, 2005...about 60 people spent the whole day talking about video on the internet.
The what, how, why, and what's the come.
The underlying theme and excitement was the realization that posting videoblogs can make us closer then we have ever been before.

I think everything went so well because people wanted it to happen.
The event was so unofficial and put together so quickly (less than 3 weeks) that I think everyone felt they owned it.
People from around the country and Europe flew in to talk about videoblogging.

Special thanks go out to:
ITP for giving us the space and hospitality.
Shawn Van Every (a huge thanks) and Jeff Galusha who rocked the video stream/IRC chat all day.
Ryan Hodson and Steve Garfield for coordinating the events, creating this blog, and making the flyers.
Jakob Lodwick for hosting 2(!) videoblogging get-togethers at his loft.
Peter Van Dijck and Maria who kept everyone caffeinated and fed all day.
Eric Botticelli for making the name badges.
Chris Weagal for doing much of the camera work for the stream.
(and AVID for the little somethingsomething)



vloggercon feedback

2006-04-28T20:18:12.620-04:00

Hello from New York City! I'm sitting in my hotel room paying $12.95 to connect with the world. And it's worth it.
Jay just called me and we were talking about vloggercon.

The whole day was really amazing. (image)
From it's humble beginnings as a small get-togther of a few video bloggers, this gathering turned into a full day conference featuring a room full of videoblogging pioneers.

We heard that the video streaming webcast was one of the best that people have ever seen.
Others enjoyed participating in the IRC chat.

Some participants in the room, who had never seen an IRC chat displayed on a big screen at the front of the room during a conference, thought it was a creative way to have a discussion with those not in attendance AND with those sitting in the same room.

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We'd like to hear what you thought. What would you like to see in future get-togethers? How do you feel the mix between technical and creative was handled?
What would you like to see more of? Less of? Anything we didn't cover?

Post your comments on the link below, or link to comments you might have posted on your blog.

We'd love to hear them and at least have a record that we can look back on to remember this amazing gathering of pioneers in the future of video blogging.



Vloggercon Vids

2006-03-06T10:08:44.903-05:00

I was talking to josh kinberg this morn and we're trying to figure out how best to link to everyone's videos from the con.

[ Steve Says: Put a link to your vloggercon videos in the comments ]
You can also go to me-tv and add video to the Vloggercon playlist.

for now i'm linking to my and Chuck's bookend vids that we made to show at the con.
enjoy!

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vloggercon photos at flickr

2005-01-23T16:16:12.053-05:00

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Post your vloggercon photos to flickr with the tag vloggercon.

Watch the vloggercon slideshow!



Webcast / IRC

2006-08-22T21:56:45.336-04:00

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We understand that not everyone can fly to Manhattan to join us physically...but we want all the videobloggers around the world to be there.
So through streaming video/audio/chat...you can take part and help steer the discussions.

An IRC representative will ask your questions in each session.
We will also archive the conference on the Internet Archive.

WEBCAST - Streaming video
[ Combined Video/Audio Webcast and IRC Chat ]

Here's a direct link you can open up in Quicktime to listen and watch.
http://www.walking-productions.com/vloggercon/vloggercon.qtl
Copy that URL and paste it into the Quicktime menu option FILE , OPEN URL IN NEW PLAYER...

[ Video/Audio Webcast ( use your own IRC )]

Note:
Firefox users: If you don't see video, you need to install the QuickTime plug-in for Firefox. Get Firefox plug-ins here.

Mac users: Safari works better than Firefox

You might get a message that says:
Do you want to install and run signed applet distributed by "Philippe Detournay"?
Publisher authenticity verified by :
"GlobalSign nv-sa".
Caution: "Philippe Detournay" asserts that this content is safe. You should only install/view this content if you trust "Philippe Detournay" to make that assertion.
(We trust Philippe.)

To join IRC by itself
Join irc.freenode.net.....Then join channel #vloggercon.

Mac Users
If you've never used IRC and have a Mac, you'll software like X-Chat Aqua to participate:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/xchataqua/
1. CONNECT to freenode
2. USER MENU, Join Channel..., #vloggercon

Learn more about freenode here.





Blogging vloggercon?

2006-07-13T19:36:17.100-04:00

If you're blogging vloggercon, let us know in the comments.



Final Info for Vloggercon

2006-07-12T01:55:19.623-04:00

Okay, after all kinds of drama.... We will meet this Saturday, January 22nd, 2005 at 9am sharp. Registration starts at 8:15am. Check out the Day's Sessions. The Con (as we like to call it) will no longer be held at Parsons. The new location is: Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) NYU 721 Broadway on the 4th Fl. Corner of Waverly and Broadway This is a mapquest link to ITP. We are proud that ITP has agreed to sponsor Vloggercon. However, space is limited...and they are restricting us to a limited number of people. Of course Vloggercon is still free...but now we must be strict with registration. IF YOU ARE NOT ON THE REGISTRATION LIST, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INTO THE BUILDING. All confirmed registrants have been sent an email saying they are confirmed. Please do not bring any friends who are not on the list. Email jay.dedman@gmail.com if you have questions about your status. Even if you cannot come in person...join us live in our videostream with IRC chat on Saturday, Jan 22. We have videobloggers aroud the world who will partcipate in the Con through the stream. There will be an IRC representative in each Session to give a voice to the people online. Also, look out for the Unmediated Conference this Fall. It will be a much bigger event with mulitple sessions and purposes. The purpose of Vloggercon is for videobloggers to get together to talk about the work we've done this year and where we want to go. To dispel any mystery, no one at this get-together created videoblogging. Videoblogging is simply the act of using blogging software to post video. It's actually pretty easy. However, in the last year... a very intense, creative community has gathered around the videos we posted. A conversation has developed through video... that seems to keep growing. Many of these people will be at the conference. We are here to meet each other face to face for the first time. There are also some in our group who are building some very exciting tools which we hope to understand more. We welcome non-videobloggers...since putting video on the internet is a hot idea right now...but we hope you understand that this is a conference put together on little money. Our intimate gathering has become a bit of a spectacle. So if you are not passionate about attending we ask that you give your space to someone who just cannot miss this day. A waitlist has been created for any empty space. The day will run on the passion of posting video and the deep connections that have been made in the Videoblogging group. Please contact me if you are from out of town and need help. Here's a great site to get places by NYC subways. Jay Dedman http://www.momentshowing.net 917 371 6790 _____________________________________________ THESE ARE OTHER EVENTS THAT YOU ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US FOR: Friday, January 21st -- Dinner and Discussion 7pm Katz's Deli in the Lower East Side Hosted by Marc Canter. (HE IS NOT PAYING FOR THE MEAL!!!!!!) No RSVP required...just show up. "Heavy tech discussion on how we can make all our systems open to each other. The idea of the dinner is to bring together folks who are interested in RIAs, portal containers, Web 2.0, both UPPER CASE and lower case semantic web, social networking, personal publishing (beyond just blogging), digital identity, mobile services, knowledge management applied to humans, new kinds of standards for shared micro-content and how all these concepts are brought together under the moniker of "digital lifestyle aggregation".Friday, January 21st -- Screening of "Blogumentary" 8:30pm Jakob's Tribeca Loft 349 Broadway (at Leonard st), 6th floor Near ACE, 19, 6, etc... anything with a Canal st. stop. Must RSVP. Limited seating. This is a casual get together for the folks who've come in town early. It'll be the NYC premier of Chuck Olsen's Blogumentary... Videob[...]



Join us for VloggerCon online

2006-11-24T03:41:14.956-05:00

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Webcast and Chat instructions.
Please log in on Saturday, January 22nd from 9am-5pm.
Be at the conference LIVE!
And send your questions and comments to your IRC representative at the Confernece who will then be your voice in each session!




Where

2005-01-19T19:35:30.390-05:00

January 22nd, 2005
Saturday
9am-5pm
Parsons School of Design, NYC.

Update: VloggerCon will now be held at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications
Program (ITP) part of the Tisch School of the Arts.
ITP is locatednear Washington Square Park.
Please email jay.dedmanATgmail.com with questions.
The exact location will emailed to you when you register(which is free).




Conference Sessions

2006-08-14T22:29:20.696-04:00

9:15AM Opening Jay looks back at videoblogging in 2004. (dont be late..its a video!) Drazen Pantic speaks on the power of easily distributed media. 10AM "Masses' Media" Discussion Leader: Eli Chapman The rules of the game have changed. The 20th Century was dominated by a mass media of cinema and television where citizens chose to have linear stories poured into our eyes and ears. In the 21st Century, the masses will chose to entertain, inform, and educate themselves. And video blogging is one of many new forms of communication we will have at our disposal in the near future. One of the most amazing characteristics of the Masses' Media is the opportunity to use video for peer-to-peer storytelling, newsgathering, and expression. Our efforts to share or explore our personal worlds using video and the internet are driving the emergence of this new communications medium. And Masses' Media is a session we can meet and begin to organize our decentralized collaborative efforts to communicate in these new ways. updated 1/12/05 [ Discuss ] 11am Sustainability Discussion Leaders: Andrew Baron, Josh Kinberg How will people make money from videoblogging? Why is this important? Is it possible? Should it be possible? How will people videoblog through their lifetime with bandwidth/storage limitations? This is a HOT topic amongst vloggers and we want to take the time to speak in a calm, friendly and concise manner, face to face, with the gloves off. [ Discuss ] Noon---Lunch 1pm--Content is King Discussion leaders: Steve Garfield, Mica Scalin, Ryanne Hodson, Jay Dedman Creating and posting videos is the key. Personal storytelling, citizen journalism, art, show and tell...this is at the core of what we're doing. We all have our own style and ideas when we videoblog; let's share. [ Discuss ] 2:15pm--TOOLS Discussion leaders: Kenyatta Cheese, Peter Van Dijk, Josh Kinberg, Jakob Lodwick, Gary Lerhaupt, Sean Gilligan, Daniell Krawczyk The VogBrowser, me-tv, ANT, Vimeo, Prodigem, Vblog Central, Digital Bicycle. These guys are creating some powerful applications/tools that we can use to watch and distribute our video. Hear what they're doing, tell them what you want, talk, push, discuss. Get excited about sharing your videos with the world, as you have already... [ Discuss ] 3: 30pm--Network of the future Discussion leader: Marc Canter Announcement of ourmedia.org, an online community of grassroots media which provide the resources to help videobloggers continue their work for a lifetime...creating a new history and way of connecting to people around the world. Marc is the co-founder of ourmedia.org and will explain how it will all work. Quick, upload those videos! [ Discuss ] 4:30pm--Closing Where will 2005 take us? What do we want to happen? How do we do it? Leave the day with a plan of action and some new friends. [ vloggercon discussion space ] Discuss all these sessions in the vloggercon discussion space.[...]



VloggerCon Dinner and Party

2005-01-16T10:02:38.710-05:00

After a full day of talking about videoblogging, we are going to out to talk more about it over drinks and food.
We will announce the location at the Conference.
Sorry that we are being so cryptic about locations but a limit of space forces us to be less public than we'd like.
(Remember this is Manhattan...it's heard finding places that'll fit 80 people for no money.)





Friday, Jan 21st: Pre-VloggerCon Hook up

2006-11-20T02:29:43.733-05:00

7pm Katz's Deli
Hosted by Marc Canter.
Heavy tech discussion on how we can make all our systems open to each other.

As Marc says:
The idea of the dinner is to bring together folks who are interested in RIAs, portal containers, Web 2.0, both UPPER CASE and lower case semantic web, social networking, personal publishing (beyond just blogging), digital identity, mobile services, knowledge management applied to humans, new kinds of standards for shared micro-content and how all these concepts are brought together under the moniker of "digital lifestyle aggregation".
Friday, January 21st -- Screening of "Blogumentary"
8:30pm Jakob's Tribeca Loft
349 Broadway (at Leonard st), 6th floor
Near ACE, 19, 6, etc... anything with a Canal st. stop.
Must RSVP. Limited seating.
This is a casual get together for the folks who've come in town early.
It'll be the NYC premier of Chuck Olsen's Blogumentary...
Videobloggers(and life partners etc) only due to space limitations.
Will end by Midnight so we can all get up Saturday for opening session at 9am.