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88.98.89.220: /* The name */ Update Slashdot URL

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 21:16:42 GMT

‎The name: Update Slashdot URL ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:16, 26 January 2018 Line 53: Line 53:   Writing for [[The Guardian]] in February 2004, journalist [[Ben Hammersley]] suggested the term "podcasting" as a name for the nascent technology.{{cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/media/2004/feb/12/broadcasting.digitalmedia |title=Why online radio is booming |publisher=The Guardian |date= |accessdate=2014-03-30}} Seven months later, Dannie Gregoire used the term "podcasting" to describe the automatic downloadGregoire, Dannie J. 2004. "[https://groups.yahoo.com/group/ipodder-dev/message/41 How to handle getting past episodes?]" In the ''ipodder-dev'' mailing list, Thu, 2004-09-16. and synchronization of audio content; he also registered several 'podcast' related domains (e.g. [[podcast.net]]).   Writing for [[The Guardian]] in February 2004, journalist [[Ben Hammersley]] suggested the term "podcasting" as a name for the nascent technology.{{cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/media/2004/feb/12/broadcasting.digitalmedia |title=Why online radio is booming |publisher=The Guardian |date= |accessdate=2014-03-30}} Seven months later, Dannie Gregoire used the term "podcasting" to describe the automatic downloadGregoire, Dannie J. 2004. "[https://groups.yahoo.com/group/ipodder-dev/message/41 How to handle getting past episodes?]" In the ''ipodder-dev'' mailing list, Thu, 2004-09-16. and synchronization of audio content; he also registered several 'podcast' related domains (e.g. [[podcast.net]]).     − The use of 'podcast' by Gregoire was picked up by podcasting evangelists such as Dave Slusher,David Slusher's [http://www.evilgeniuschronicles.org/wordpress/category/technology/computers/podcasting/ Podcasts]. WinerWiner, Dave, 2004-09-24 ''Scripting News: [http://www.scripting.com/2004/09/24.html#When:1:51:29PM I've been lurking on the ipodder-dev list...]'' and Curry, and entered common usage. Also in September, Adam Curry launched a mailing list, then [[Slashdot]] had a 100+ message discussion,{{cite web|author=Slashdot|year=2004|url=http://apple.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/09/15/1414206&tid=176&tid=180&tid=182&tid=3|title=Time-shifting for the iPod|display-authors=etal}} bringing even more attention to the podcasting developer projects in progress. + The use of 'podcast' by Gregoire was picked up by podcasting evangelists such as Dave Slusher,David Slusher's [http://www.evilgeniuschronicles.org/wordpress/category/technology/computers/podcasting/ Podcasts]. WinerWiner, Dave, 2004-09-24 ''Scripting News: [http://www.scripting.com/2004/09/24.html#When:1:51:29PM I've been lurking on the ipodder-dev list...]'' and Curry, and entered common usage. Also in September, Adam Curry launched a mailing list, then [[Slashdot]] had a 100+ message discussion,{{cite web|author=Slashdot|year=2004|url=https://news.slashdot.org/story/04/09/15/1414206/time-shifting-for-the-ipod|title=Time-shifting for the iPod|display-authors=etal}} bringing even more attention to the podcasting developer projects in progress.       On September 28, 2004, Blogger and technology columnist [[Doc Searls]] began keeping track of how many "hits" [[Google]] found for the word "podcasts". His first query reportedly returned 24 results.Searls, Doc. 2004-09-28. Doc Searls' IT Garage, "[http://www.itgarage.com/node/462 DIY Radio with PODcasting.] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20060318131042/http://www.itgarage.com/node/462 |date=2006-03-18 }}" On September 28, 2004, there were 526 hits on Google's search engine for the word "podcasts".{{Citation needed|date=January 2009}} [[Google Trends]] marks the beginning of searches for 'podcast' at [...]



88.98.89.220: /* Bloggercon */ Fix Bloggercon → BloggerCon

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 19:27:55 GMT

‎Bloggercon: Fix Bloggercon → BloggerCon ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:27, 26 January 2018 Line 40: Line 40:   Not long after, Pete Prodoehl released a skin for the Amphetadesk aggregator that displayed enclosure links.Prodoehl, Peter, 2003-09-24 RasterWeb: [http://rasterweb.net/raster/2003/09/24/20030924083605/ Enclose This!] Doug Kaye, who had been publishing MP3 recordings of his interviews at ''IT Conversations'' since June, created an RSS feed with enclosures.Kaye, Doug, 2003-09-24 ''[http://www.rds.com/doug/weblogs/2003/09/24.html Blogarithms]'' 'IT Conversations.' Lydon's blog eventually became Radio Open Source and is now the oldest, still-running podcast.   Not long after, Pete Prodoehl released a skin for the Amphetadesk aggregator that displayed enclosure links.Prodoehl, Peter, 2003-09-24 RasterWeb: [http://rasterweb.net/raster/2003/09/24/20030924083605/ Enclose This!] Doug Kaye, who had been publishing MP3 recordings of his interviews at ''IT Conversations'' since June, created an RSS feed with enclosures.Kaye, Doug, 2003-09-24 ''[http://www.rds.com/doug/weblogs/2003/09/24.html Blogarithms]'' 'IT Conversations.' Lydon's blog eventually became Radio Open Source and is now the oldest, still-running podcast.     − ===Bloggercon=== + ===BloggerCon=== − October 2003, Winer and friends organized the first [[Bloggercon]] weblogger conference at [[Harvard Law School|Berkman Center]]. CDs of Lydon's interviews were distributed as an example of the high-quality MP3 content enclosures could deliver;Andrew Grumet, 2005. [http://grumet.net/weblog/archives/2005/04/26/a_slice_of_podcasting_history.html A slice of podcasting history]. Bob Doyle demonstrated the portable studio he helped Lydon develop;[http://media.skybuilders.com/lydon/studio.html Christopher Lydon's Portable Web Studio for Blogradio Productions] [[Harold Gilchrist]] presented a history of audioblogging, including Curry's early role, and [[Kevin Marks]] demonstrated a script to download RSS enclosures and pass them to [[iTunes]] for transfer to an [[iPod]].Marks, Kevin. October 2003 [http://homepage.mac.com/kevinmarks/audiopod.m4v video excerpt of Marks's demo (MPEG-4)] [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/ml/output.pl/35512/stream/temp.ram Real stream of full Audioblogging session (start 48 minutes in)] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20060325183027/http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/ml/output.pl/35512/stream/temp.ram |date=2006-03-25 }} [http://epeus.blogspot.com/2003_10_01_epeus_archive.html#106527364652597310 blog post] Curry and Marks discussed collaborating.[https://web.archive.org/web/20040204230911/http://www.blognewsnetwork.com/members/0000001/2003/10/05.html "syncPod Channel"], October 5, 2003, Adam Curry's Weblog (via Archive.org) + October 2003, Winer and friends organized the first [[BloggerCon]] weblogger conference at [[Harvard Law School|Berkman Center]]. CDs of Lydon's interviews were distributed as an example of the high-quality MP3 content enclosures could deliver;Andrew Grumet, 2005. [http://grumet.net/weblog/archives/2005/04/26/a_slice_of_podcasting_history.html A slice of podcasting history]. Bob Doyle demonstrated the portable studio he helped Lydon develop;[http://media.skybuilders.com/lydon/studio.html Christopher Lydon's Portable Web Studio for Blogradio Productions] [[Harold Gilchrist]] presented a history of audioblogging, including Curry's early role, and [[Kevin Marks]] demonstrated a script to download RSS enclosures and pass them to [[iTunes]] for transfer to an [[iPod]].Marks, Kevin. October 2003 [http://homepage.mac.com/kevinmarks/audiopod.m4v video excerpt of Marks's demo (MPEG-4)] [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/ml/output.pl/35512/stream[...]



88.98.89.220: /* Apple adds podcasts to iTunes */ Fix Apple PR link

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 18:51:06 GMT

‎Apple adds podcasts to iTunes: Fix Apple PR link ← Previous revision Revision as of 18:51, 26 January 2018 Line 65: Line 65:       ===Apple adds podcasts to iTunes===   ===Apple adds podcasts to iTunes=== − In June 2005, [[Apple Inc.|Apple]] added podcasting to its [[iTunes]] 4.9 music software and building a directory of podcasts at its [[iTunes Music Store]].[https://www.apple.com/pr/library/2005/jun/28podcast.html Apple Takes Podcasting Mainstream] ''Apple Press Info''[https://www.engadget.com/2005/06/28/itunes-4-9-with-podcasting-available-for-download-still-no/ iTunes 4.9 with podcasting available for download -- still no formal announcement] ''Engadget'' The new iTunes could subscribe to, download and organize podcasts, which made a separate aggregator application unnecessary for many users. Apple also promoted creation of podcasts using its [[GarageBand]] and [[QuickTime]] Pro software and the [[MPEG-4 Part 14#.MP4 versus .M4A filename extensions|MPEG 4 Audio]] (M4A) format instead of MP3. + In June 2005, [[Apple Inc.|Apple]] added podcasting to its [[iTunes]] 4.9 music software and building a directory of podcasts at its [[iTunes Music Store]].[https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2005/06/28Apple-Takes-Podcasting-Mainstream/ Apple Takes Podcasting Mainstream] ''Apple Press Info''[https://www.engadget.com/2005/06/28/itunes-4-9-with-podcasting-available-for-download-still-no/ iTunes 4.9 with podcasting available for download -- still no formal announcement] ''Engadget'' The new iTunes could subscribe to, download and organize podcasts, which made a separate aggregator application unnecessary for many users. Apple also promoted creation of podcasts using its [[GarageBand]] and [[QuickTime]] Pro software and the [[MPEG-4 Part 14#.MP4 versus .M4A filename extensions|MPEG 4 Audio]] (M4A) format instead of MP3.       In July 2005, U.S. [[President]] [[George W. Bush]] became a podcaster of sorts, when the [[White House]] website added an RSS 2.0 feed to the previously downloadable files of the president's weekly radio addresses.[[White House]], 2005. [https://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/radio/ White House Radio Addresses]. Also in July, the first [[People's Choice Podcast Awards]] were held during [[Podcast Expo]]. Awards were given in 20 categories. On September 28, 2005, exactly a year after first tracking hits for the word "podcasts" on Google's search engine, Google found more than 100,000,000 hits on the word "podcasts." In November 2005, the first Portable Media Expo and Podcasting Conference was held at the [[Ontario Convention Center]] in [[Ontario, California]]. The annual conference changed its name to the [[Podcast and New Media Expo]] which stopped being held in 2015. On December 3, 2005, "Podcast" was named the word of the year in 2005 by the [[New Oxford American Dictionary]]{{cite news |url= http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/click_online/9545533.stm|title= Podcasts: Who still listens to them?|last1= Hudson|first1= Alex|date= 23 July 2011|website= BBC Click|accessdate=23 December 2013}} and would be in the dictionary in 2006.   In July 2005, U.S. [[President]] [[George W. Bush]] became a podcaster of sorts, when the [[White House]] website added an RSS 2.0 feed to the previously downloadable files of the president's weekly radio addresses.[[White House]], 2005. [https://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/radio/ White House Radio Addresses]. Also in July, the first [[People's Choice Podcast Awards]] were held during [[Podcast Expo]]. Awards were given in 20 categories. On September 28, 2005, exactly a year after first tracking hits for the word "podcasts" on Google's search engine, Google found more than 100,000,000 [...]



88.98.89.220: /* Coping with growth */ Fix Apple PR link (also my captcha was ‘ebonywang’)

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 18:42:16 GMT

‎Coping with growth: Fix Apple PR link (also my captcha was ‘ebonywang’) ← Previous revision Revision as of 18:42, 26 January 2018 Line 113: Line 113:   While podcasting's innovators took advantage of the sound-file synchronization feature of [[Apple Inc.]]'s iPod and [[iTunes]] software—and included "pod" in the name—the technology was always compatible with other players and programs. Apple was not actively involved until mid-2005, when it joined the market on three fronts: as a source of "podcatcher" software, as publisher of a podcast directory, and as provider of tutorials on how to create podcasts with Apple products [[GarageBand]] and [[QuickTime]] Pro. Apple CEO [[Steve Jobs]] demonstrated creating a podcast during his January 10, 2006 keynote address to the [[Macworld Conference & Expo]] using new "podcast studio" features in GarageBand 3.   While podcasting's innovators took advantage of the sound-file synchronization feature of [[Apple Inc.]]'s iPod and [[iTunes]] software—and included "pod" in the name—the technology was always compatible with other players and programs. Apple was not actively involved until mid-2005, when it joined the market on three fronts: as a source of "podcatcher" software, as publisher of a podcast directory, and as provider of tutorials on how to create podcasts with Apple products [[GarageBand]] and [[QuickTime]] Pro. Apple CEO [[Steve Jobs]] demonstrated creating a podcast during his January 10, 2006 keynote address to the [[Macworld Conference & Expo]] using new "podcast studio" features in GarageBand 3.     − When it added a podcast-subscription feature to its June 28, 2005, release of iTunes 4.9, Apple also launched a directory of podcasts at the iTunes Music Store, starting with 3,000 entries. Apple's software enabled [[MPEG-4 Part 3#.m4a|AAC]] encoded podcasts to use chapters, bookmarks, external links, and synchronized images displayed on iPod screens or in the iTunes artwork viewer. Two days after release of the program, Apple reported one million podcast subscriptions.[https://www.apple.com/pr/library/2005/jun/30podcast.html iTunes Podcast Subscriptions Top One Million] + When it added a podcast-subscription feature to its June 28, 2005, release of iTunes 4.9, Apple also launched a directory of podcasts at the iTunes Music Store, starting with 3,000 entries. Apple's software enabled [[MPEG-4 Part 3#.m4a|AAC]] encoded podcasts to use chapters, bookmarks, external links, and synchronized images displayed on iPod screens or in the iTunes artwork viewer. Two days after release of the program, Apple reported one million podcast subscriptions.[https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2005/06/30iTunes-Podcast-Subscriptions-Top-One-Million-in-First-Two-Days/ iTunes Podcast Subscriptions Top One Million]       Some podcasters found that exposure to iTunes' huge number of downloaders threatened to make great demands on their bandwidth and related expenses. Possible solutions were proposed, including the addition of a content delivery system, such as Liberated Syndication; [[Web syndication|Podcast Servers]]; [[Akamai Technologies|Akamai]]; a [[peer-to-peer]] solution, [[BitTorrent (protocol)|BitTorrent]]; or use of free hosting services, such as those offered by the [[Internet Archive]] or Buzzsprout.   Some podcasters found that exposure to iTunes' huge number of downloaders threatened to make great demands on their bandwidth and related expenses. Possible solutions were proposed, including the addition of a content delivery system, such as Liberated Syndication; [[Web syndication|Podcast Servers]]; [[Akamai Technologies|Akamai]]; a [[peer-to-peer]] solution, [[BitTorrent (protocol)|BitTorrent]]; or use of free hosting services, such as those offered by the [[Internet Archive]] or Buzzsprout. [...]



2600:1:F419:52EE:48CB:EC5D:3DFD:4E7A: /* The name */a few grammar issues

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 15:16:14 GMT

‎The name: a few grammar issues ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:16, 21 January 2018 Line 57: Line 57:   On September 28, 2004, Blogger and technology columnist [[Doc Searls]] began keeping track of how many "hits" [[Google]] found for the word "podcasts". His first query reportedly returned 24 results.Searls, Doc. 2004-09-28. Doc Searls' IT Garage, "[http://www.itgarage.com/node/462 DIY Radio with PODcasting.] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20060318131042/http://www.itgarage.com/node/462 |date=2006-03-18 }}" On September 28, 2004, there were 526 hits on Google's search engine for the word "podcasts".{{Citation needed|date=January 2009}} [[Google Trends]] marks the beginning of searches for 'podcast' at the end of September.[http://www.google.com/trends?q=podcast&ctab=0&geo=all&date=2004 Google Trends] On October 1, 2004, there were 2,750 hits on Google's search engine for the word "podcasts". This number continued to double every few days.   On September 28, 2004, Blogger and technology columnist [[Doc Searls]] began keeping track of how many "hits" [[Google]] found for the word "podcasts". His first query reportedly returned 24 results.Searls, Doc. 2004-09-28. Doc Searls' IT Garage, "[http://www.itgarage.com/node/462 DIY Radio with PODcasting.] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20060318131042/http://www.itgarage.com/node/462 |date=2006-03-18 }}" On September 28, 2004, there were 526 hits on Google's search engine for the word "podcasts".{{Citation needed|date=January 2009}} [[Google Trends]] marks the beginning of searches for 'podcast' at the end of September.[http://www.google.com/trends?q=podcast&ctab=0&geo=all&date=2004 Google Trends] On October 1, 2004, there were 2,750 hits on Google's search engine for the word "podcasts". This number continued to double every few days.     − October 11, 2004 Capturing the early distribution and variety of podcasts was more difficult than counting [[Google hit]]s, but before the end of October, The New York Times had reported podcasts across the United States and in Canada, Australia and Sweden, mentioning podcast topics from technology to veganism to movie reviews.{{cite news|last=Farivar|first=Cyrus|date=October 28, 2004|url=https://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=990CE3D6153DF93BA15753C1A9629C8B63|title=Food for IPods: Audio by Subscription|newspaper=The New York Times}} + By October 11, 2004, capturing the early distribution and variety of podcasts was more difficult than counting [[Google hit]]s. However, by the end of October, The New York Times had reported on podcasts across the United States and in Canada, Australia and Sweden, mentioning podcast topics from technology to veganism to movie reviews.{{cite news|last=Farivar|first=Cyrus|date=October 28, 2004|url=https://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=990CE3D6153DF93BA15753C1A9629C8B63|title=Food for IPods: Audio by Subscription|newspaper=The New York Times}}       ===Wider notice===   ===Wider notice=== [...]



Shellwood: Reverted edits by 200.24.197.197 (talk) (HG) (3.1.22)

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:06:41 GMT

Reverted edits by 200.24.197.197 (talk) (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:06, 20 November 2017 Line 104: Line 104:   [[Chris Brogan]] and Christopher S. Penn launched the PodCamp{{cite web | url = http://podcamp.org/ | title = PodCamp Community UnConferences | accessdate = April 4, 2012}} [[unconference]] series aimed at bringing together people interested in [[blogging]], [[social media]], [[social networking]], [[podcasting]], and video on the net,{{cite web| url=http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-power-of-podcasting-hosted-by-lisa-tolliver-at-podcamp-city-online-tickets-64813860| website=Podcamp City Online| title=The Power of Podcasting|author=Tolliver, Lisa|date=July 28, 2007}} and in so doing, Brogan won the Mass High Tech All Stars award for 2008.{{cite web | url = http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | title = Mass High Tech announces All-Stars award winners | quote = Social Media: Chris Brogan, Vice President, Strategy and Technology, CrossTech Media | date = September 5, 2008 | accessdate = April 4, 2012 | deadurl = yes | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080909191510/http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | archivedate = September 9, 2008 | df = }}   [[Chris Brogan]] and Christopher S. Penn launched the PodCamp{{cite web | url = http://podcamp.org/ | title = PodCamp Community UnConferences | accessdate = April 4, 2012}} [[unconference]] series aimed at bringing together people interested in [[blogging]], [[social media]], [[social networking]], [[podcasting]], and video on the net,{{cite web| url=http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-power-of-podcasting-hosted-by-lisa-tolliver-at-podcamp-city-online-tickets-64813860| website=Podcamp City Online| title=The Power of Podcasting|author=Tolliver, Lisa|date=July 28, 2007}} and in so doing, Brogan won the Mass High Tech All Stars award for 2008.{{cite web | url = http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | title = Mass High Tech announces All-Stars award winners | quote = Social Media: Chris Brogan, Vice President, Strategy and Technology, CrossTech Media | date = September 5, 2008 | accessdate = April 4, 2012 | deadurl = yes | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080909191510/http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | archivedate = September 9, 2008 | df = }}     − ===Podcast Movement=== david si se puede :v + ===Podcast Movement===   Veteran podcaster Gary Leland joined forces with Dan Franks and Jared Easley to form a new international conference for podcasters in early 2014 called Podcast Movement.{{cite web | url = http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-corcoran/how-dan-franks-helped-lau_b_6014558.html | title = How The First National Podcasting Conference Launched With A $30,000 Kickstarter Campaign | date = October 21, 2014}} Unlike other new media events, Podcast Movement was the first conference of its size in over a decade that was focused specifically on podcasting, and has tracks for both new and experienced podcast creators, as well as industry professionals. The fifth annual conference is scheduled for July 2018 in Philadelphia, PA. {{cite web | url = https://www.allaccess.com/net-news/archive/story/167279/podcast-movement-2018-to-be-held-in-philadelphia | title = Podcast Movement 2018 To Be Held In Philadelphia | date = July 5, 2017}}   Veteran podcaster Gary Leland joined forces with Dan Franks and Jared Easley to form a new[...]



200.24.197.197: /* Podcast Movement */

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:06:18 GMT

‎Podcast Movement ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:06, 20 November 2017 Line 104: Line 104:   [[Chris Brogan]] and Christopher S. Penn launched the PodCamp{{cite web | url = http://podcamp.org/ | title = PodCamp Community UnConferences | accessdate = April 4, 2012}} [[unconference]] series aimed at bringing together people interested in [[blogging]], [[social media]], [[social networking]], [[podcasting]], and video on the net,{{cite web| url=http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-power-of-podcasting-hosted-by-lisa-tolliver-at-podcamp-city-online-tickets-64813860| website=Podcamp City Online| title=The Power of Podcasting|author=Tolliver, Lisa|date=July 28, 2007}} and in so doing, Brogan won the Mass High Tech All Stars award for 2008.{{cite web | url = http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | title = Mass High Tech announces All-Stars award winners | quote = Social Media: Chris Brogan, Vice President, Strategy and Technology, CrossTech Media | date = September 5, 2008 | accessdate = April 4, 2012 | deadurl = yes | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080909191510/http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | archivedate = September 9, 2008 | df = }}   [[Chris Brogan]] and Christopher S. Penn launched the PodCamp{{cite web | url = http://podcamp.org/ | title = PodCamp Community UnConferences | accessdate = April 4, 2012}} [[unconference]] series aimed at bringing together people interested in [[blogging]], [[social media]], [[social networking]], [[podcasting]], and video on the net,{{cite web| url=http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-power-of-podcasting-hosted-by-lisa-tolliver-at-podcamp-city-online-tickets-64813860| website=Podcamp City Online| title=The Power of Podcasting|author=Tolliver, Lisa|date=July 28, 2007}} and in so doing, Brogan won the Mass High Tech All Stars award for 2008.{{cite web | url = http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | title = Mass High Tech announces All-Stars award winners | quote = Social Media: Chris Brogan, Vice President, Strategy and Technology, CrossTech Media | date = September 5, 2008 | accessdate = April 4, 2012 | deadurl = yes | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080909191510/http://www.masshightech.com/stories/2008/09/01/daily45-Mass-High-Tech-announces-All-Stars-award-winners.html | archivedate = September 9, 2008 | df = }}     − ===Podcast Movement=== + ===Podcast Movement=== david si se puede :v   Veteran podcaster Gary Leland joined forces with Dan Franks and Jared Easley to form a new international conference for podcasters in early 2014 called Podcast Movement.{{cite web | url = http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-corcoran/how-dan-franks-helped-lau_b_6014558.html | title = How The First National Podcasting Conference Launched With A $30,000 Kickstarter Campaign | date = October 21, 2014}} Unlike other new media events, Podcast Movement was the first conference of its size in over a decade that was focused specifically on podcasting, and has tracks for both new and experienced podcast creators, as well as industry professionals. The fifth annual conference is scheduled for July 2018 in Philadelphia, PA. {{cite web | url = https://www.allaccess.com/net-news/archive/story/167279/podcast-movement-2018-to-be-held-in-philadelphia | title = Podcast Movement 2018 To Be Held In Philadelphia | date = July 5, 2017}}   Veteran podcaster Gary Leland joined forces with Dan Franks and Jared Easley to form a new intern[...]



Shellwood: Reverted edits by 200.24.197.197 (talk) (HG) (3.1.22)

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:05:31 GMT

Reverted edits by 200.24.197.197 (talk) (HG) (3.1.22) ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:05, 20 November 2017 Line 109: Line 109:   ===Adaptions===   ===Adaptions===   Some popular podcasts, such as [[Lore (podcast)|Lore]], [[Gimlet Media#Homecoming|Homecoming]], [[StartUp (podcast)|StartUp]] and [[Serial (podcast)|Serial]], have been adapted as films or television series.{{cite news|author=C.B.|title=The rise of the podcast adaptation|url=https://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2017/10/sampling-ideas|work=[[The Economist]]|date=12 October 2017}}   Some popular podcasts, such as [[Lore (podcast)|Lore]], [[Gimlet Media#Homecoming|Homecoming]], [[StartUp (podcast)|StartUp]] and [[Serial (podcast)|Serial]], have been adapted as films or television series.{{cite news|author=C.B.|title=The rise of the podcast adaptation|url=https://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2017/10/sampling-ideas|work=[[The Economist]]|date=12 October 2017}} − okey si se puede         == Coping with growth ==   == Coping with growth == [...]



200.24.197.197: /* Adaptions */

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‎Adaptions ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:05, 20 November 2017 Line 109: Line 109:   ===Adaptions===   ===Adaptions===   Some popular podcasts, such as [[Lore (podcast)|Lore]], [[Gimlet Media#Homecoming|Homecoming]], [[StartUp (podcast)|StartUp]] and [[Serial (podcast)|Serial]], have been adapted as films or television series.{{cite news|author=C.B.|title=The rise of the podcast adaptation|url=https://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2017/10/sampling-ideas|work=[[The Economist]]|date=12 October 2017}}   Some popular podcasts, such as [[Lore (podcast)|Lore]], [[Gimlet Media#Homecoming|Homecoming]], [[StartUp (podcast)|StartUp]] and [[Serial (podcast)|Serial]], have been adapted as films or television series.{{cite news|author=C.B.|title=The rise of the podcast adaptation|url=https://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2017/10/sampling-ideas|work=[[The Economist]]|date=12 October 2017}}   + okey si se puede       == Coping with growth ==   == Coping with growth == [...]



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Reverting possible vandalism by 200.24.197.197 to version by 2600:1700:1041:CC0:E9BE:1B01:B967:DD8F. Report False Positive? Thanks, ClueBot NG. (3195661) (Bot) ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:04, 20 November 2017 Line 96: Line 96:   Podcasting has presented both opportunities and challenges for mainstream radio outlets, which on one hand see it as an alternative medium for their programs while on the other hand struggle to identify its unique affordances and subtle differences. In a famous example of the way online statistics can be misused by those unused to the nuances of the online world, marketing executives from the ABC in Australia were unsure of how to make sense of why ''Digital Living'',{{cite news|url=http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2008/06/16/2275858.htm|work=ABC|location=Australia|date=June 16, 2008|title=Digital Living}} at that stage a little-known podcast from one of their local stations, outrated all of their expensively produced shows. It turned out that a single segment on Blu-ray had been downloaded a massive 150,000 times in one day from a single location in China.   Podcasting has presented both opportunities and challenges for mainstream radio outlets, which on one hand see it as an alternative medium for their programs while on the other hand struggle to identify its unique affordances and subtle differences. In a famous example of the way online statistics can be misused by those unused to the nuances of the online world, marketing executives from the ABC in Australia were unsure of how to make sense of why ''Digital Living'',{{cite news|url=http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2008/06/16/2275858.htm|work=ABC|location=Australia|date=June 16, 2008|title=Digital Living}} at that stage a little-known podcast from one of their local stations, outrated all of their expensively produced shows. It turned out that a single segment on Blu-ray had been downloaded a massive 150,000 times in one day from a single location in China.     − ;Print media los mexicanos comen tacos con caca + ;Print media   For example, podcasting has been picked up by some [[print media]] outlets, which supply their readers with spoken versions of their content. One of the first examples of a print publication to produce an audio podcast to supplement its printed content was the international scientific journal ''[[Nature (journal)|Nature]]''. The ''Nature Podcast'' was set up in October 2005 by [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge University]]'s award-winning "[[The Naked Scientists|Naked Scientist]]", Chris Smith, who produces and presents the weekly show.   For example, podcasting has been picked up by some [[print media]] outlets, which supply their readers with spoken versions of their content. One of the first examples of a print publication to produce an audio podcast to supplement its printed content was the international scientific journal ''[[Nature (journal)|Nature]]''. The ''Nature Podcast'' was set up in October 2005 by [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge University]]'s award-winning "[[The Naked Scientists|Naked Scientist]]", Chris Smith, who produces and presents the weekly show.     [...]