Re: Podcast: Make yourself heard


Subject: Re: Podcast: Make yourself heard
njcross@sbcglobal.net
Date: Tue Sep 27 2005 - 12:22:50 EDT


look at the hand coz the face ain't listening ;-)

On Tuesday 27 September 2005 02:46 am, Alistair MacDonald wrote:
> Forwarded from John at seventhings . co . uk
>
> (based in Scotland but not limited to Scots!)
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> 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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