I’m thinking about starting a new, semi-regular new media podcast. I know a lot of people in the communications industry, and work in an agency myself, so I should be able to get some local collaborators, too.
So what do you want to hear about? What about new media, especially interactive media (like advertising and marketing) would you like to have discussed and discuss with us about?
Let me know.
Recently, Peter Upfold (of our sister site, FOSSwire) and I interviewed Mark Kennedy, CEO of Celtx, a cross platform program for developing a production that I have reviewed favorably in the past. To use their words:
Celtx is the world’s first fully integrated solution for media pre-production and collaboration. It replaces old fashioned ‘paper, pen & binder’ media creation with a digital approach to writing and organizing that’s more complete, simpler to work with, and easier to share.
The interview, which we have been planning for months (and finally got to do this week!) talks about Celtx as an open source project and the impact of Celtx to a typical production workflow. It’s around 20 minutes long.
You can download the podcast here as an MP3. Enjoy!
In what is now the first episode of the YouMakeMedia podcast (this episode is shared with GizBuzz.co.uk), we interview Nicholas Reville, a co-founder of the Participatory Culture Foundation. The Participatory Culture Foundation is responsible for Democracy Player, VideoBomb, and a full suite of video publishing and promotion tools.
Discussed in the interview:
- The Participatory Culture Foundation and its goals
- Old media + new media = ?
- Long tail’s role in the foundation’s work
- Running an open source project as a staffed, funded effort
- The Participatory Politics Foundation, where does media fit into the political spectrum?
Feel free to listen to the interview over at Odeo.