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Sun, 02 Jul 2006 05:15:58 GMTMobile posts from Podcast Hotel
Wed, 21 Jun 2006 22:35:38 GMTCathy tries to whistle in our little podcast road trip game. Recorded in California near the Oregon border on the trip back to Portland from San Francisco.
Wed, 21 Jun 2006 16:43:58 GMTPete Randall of Media Rare, Inc. has supported OPB for eight years. That's a long time for any advertising campaign.
Wed, 21 Jun 2006 03:21:58 GMTJim speaks to the spirit of OPB and how a sense of community is fostered. Alissa talked about Easy Streets history with OPB and the growth of that relationship. Getting to the depth of news that OPB offers and the quality and importance of OPB.
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Sun, 18 Jun 2006 19:29:37 GMTAlex Williams and Cathy Wang from Podcast Hotel had an awesome night out with Corey Denis of Ioda. This was originally a video but it turned out too dark. We had great fun. Corey is awesome. We love SF.
Sat, 17 Jun 2006 15:43:06 GMTPodcast Hotel, Alex and Cathy, chilling in Sausalito, California.
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 22:19:53 GMTDan Cook of Morrison Child and Family Services, talks about the net-worth valuie of OPB for non-profits seeking to get their message out to a higher income demographic than you will find at most commercial radio stations.
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 21:37:22 GMTDianne Danowski Smith, Portland Dirtector of the Ulum Group, takes a minute to discuss the role of Oregon Public Broadcasting's critical role in the state's political process. The role OPB plays is important for business partners as they know that their sponsor message is being heard by the wide spectrum of Oregonians who turn to OPB for perpsective on such issues as our state's complex ballot initiatives. This interview excerpt is part of a series of interviews Podcast Hotel produced at EasyStreet Online Services party for Oregon Public Broadcasting business parners.
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 20:44:42 GMTHere is the first in a series of excerpts of conversations we recently had with Oregon Public Broadcasting Business Partners at an event hosted by EasyStreet Online Services. Siamak speaks eloquently about why he supports OPB. His comments reflect what a lot of people said at the OPB event. Siamak is drawn to the non-commercial aspects of public broadcasting. He believes OPB draws the people he wants to reach. Those are people who are smart and believe in such things as preventitive medicine, which is what his company, 2BWell ,is all about.
Thu, 20 Apr 2006 19:02:22 GMTA discussion with thr President of Future Robotics, recorded on the floor of Portland's Innotech Conference in 2006.
Fri, 07 Apr 2006 05:02:13 GMTThe entire world is podcasting and with millions of listeners worldwide the demand for podcasts is high. How do podcasters, both independent and corporate, legally license a podcast? Is there a solution? Is it a mechanical, a small performance, both? Where do podcasters go to get these licenses, how much do they cost and does the artist get paid? Come hear what major licensing organizations, publishers and labels have to say about the issue. Paul Anthony, founder, Rumblefish Marcus Estes, co-founder, Tables Turned
Fri, 07 Apr 2006 05:01:14 GMTColin Brumelle, Bryght Corey Denis, IODA Alex Steininger, CD Baby Matt May, musicloversunion.org
Fri, 07 Apr 2006 05:00:28 GMTPaul Anthony, founder, Rumblefish How do podcasters promote the music they love and compensate artists fairly without going bankrupt? Creative commons and the podsafe network are only a small piece of the solution - what other forces need to come into play to take podcasting to the next level? Who are the industry players that need to cooperate? Who has something to gain, who has something to lose?
Fri, 07 Apr 2006 04:59:42 GMTCraig Newmark, founder, Craigslist (participating remotely) Robert Spier, National Public Radio
Fri, 07 Apr 2006 04:58:55 GMTModerator: Chris Pirillo, founder. Lockergnome Jonathan Cobb, founder, Kiptronic David Mansueto, co-founder, Libsyn William Jeakle, creative director, Filmateria Studios What are the ways to earn some income from podcasting and how do you it without it becoming too commercial? How do bands and musicians use podcasting to sell their music and get more famous? Getting sponsors, podcast advertising networks, hosting, tracking and statistics will all be discussed.
Fri, 07 Apr 2006 04:57:18 GMTEric Rice, EricRice.com What are the various ways to promote a podcast? What is the next frontier? What is Second Life? How can you create a loop for your muisic to be played and purchased in different worlds, be they rel or virtual?
Thu, 02 Mar 2006 21:39:55 GMTInterviews with rockstars.
Thu, 02 Mar 2006 21:37:07 GMTArtists Roundtable: Indie label execs and musicians discuss how grass roots media changes how they promote artists and their work. Dave Dederer, Presidents of the United States of America Samantha Murphy, singer/songwriter/podcaster, SMtv Tim Mitchell, vice president, business and product development, IODA Cilette Swan, Gypsy Soul