Podcast: Make yourself heard

Subject: Podcast: Make yourself heard
From: Alistair MacDonald (a.macdonald@rsamd.ac.uk)
Date: Tue Sep 27 2005 - 05:46:01 EDT

Forwarded from John at seventhings . co . uk

(based in Scotland but not limited to Scots!)

Have you got something to say about your favourite type of music? Whether
you're an established podcaster, or a first-timer just getting in to it, we
want to hear it.

You could win a state-of-the-art MP3 player, have your podcast featured on
the Seven Things and IDEASFACTORY websites and get the chance to present
your winning work at Seven Things' launch party in Glasgow in early 2006.

Visit www.channel4.com/ideasfactoryscotland for full competition details.
Competition closing date: 1st December 2005.

Don't know how podcasting works or how to do it? No problem.

New online podcast download site Seven Things has teamed up with Channel 4šs
IDEASFACTORY Scotland and Glasgow-based online radio station Radio Magnetic
to give you free hands-on, tutored experience of producing your own podcasts
under expert supervision. These workshops will cover topics including
recording and editing techniques, presentation techniques, and how to get
your podcast up on the internet.

Workshops will be held in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen from 21st
October 2005 - so register via email now for your free place!

For more info about Seven Things' exciting new programme, details of how to
enter the competition, and to sign up for a free workshop, visit:
www.channel4.com/ideasfactoryscotland or www.seventhings.co.uk

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