New Media Interchange
By New Media Interchange
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New media and traditional media creatives sharing their expertise and helping to create the next leap in media.
||Audio: New Media Interchange: Nintendo and Youtubers, Netflix to spend $5B on programming, Best time to post your videos and mo||This is the first episode of my new podcast series, New Media Interchange. While I will probably be re-posting the podcast here, it will have it’s own feed via the 3rd Pass Media Network. I’ll announce that here, including subscription links,||20/4/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Audio: Douglas appears on the Bigg Success Podcast: Creating Video Content: Overcoming Objections||I sat down with George and Mary-Lynn over at Bigg Success recently and we talked about Overcoming business owners objections to creating video content. Video content has become an important tool for reaching a wider audience, yet most professionals and sm||5/2/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Dog Days of Podcasting – Day 16 – Audio: On Books: Doctor Who and Race with Dr. Rosanne Welch||Part of the Dog Days of Podcasting Challenge I interview my wife, Dr. Rosanne Welch on her recently published essay, “When White Boys Write Black: Race and Class in the Davies and Moffat Eras” in the collection, Doctor Who and Race published b||15/8/2013||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Dog Days of Podcasting – Day 11 – Be specific when telling your career story — from the Career Opportunities Podcast||Part of the “Dog Days of Podcasting” 30 Day Challenge – http://dogdaysofpodcasting.com A couple of weeks ago I wrote about making your resume into a blog (See Your resume a blog, January 5, 2007) and today I want to go a little deeper in||13/8/2013||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Dog Days of Podcasting – Day 10 – Audio: Lifehack 1 – Finding cool new books to read via your library’s sorting shelves||[powerpress] Listen to this podcast Want a great way to find cool books to read? Visit your local library. That’s right, your library. Then locate the “Sorting Shelves.” Ask the librarian, if you can’t find themselves. Sorting shelves contain book||13/8/2013||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|