About This Show
These days, everyone can be a media company. Launched in mid-Spring 2015, this monthly UK audio podcast is for anyone interested in DIY media and social broadcasting. We talk starter gear, 'how to's, and look at how businesses, venues and organisations are using social (non-music) audio for the web.
It's produced by the Ecomedia Collective in Bristol.
Most Recent Episode
#15 On With The Shows (Sept-2016)
Autumn is here and so is the rush of invitations to end-of-year trade shows, annual conferences and AGMs. The focus of the show is on new and effective ways of making media while you're there. Our special guest is writer, producer, director and documentary-maker Kieran Conlon of Realta Films. With over 25 years experience as an independent filmmaker, he has specialized in providing video content for Arts organizations such as the Guildhall School of Music and The Royal Society of the Arts and is also a visiting lecturer in the Documentary BA course at The University of the Arts in London. As usual, the show is hosted by Kyle Hannan, founder of Ecomedia Collective, co-hosted by online marketing consultant and author Stephen C Campbell and we’re joined by regular contributor Peter Brill of Net Mentor. THINGS WE MENTION An amazingly useful and podcaster-friendly free live streaming video service suddenly vanishes. Yep, BLAB IS DEAD. But we always had Google Live Hangouts on Air, didn't we? Well, that is ALSO history as it’s now being moved into YouTube Live. Here’s the official FAQ from YouTube. Even Snapchat is no more - but don’t panic: they’ve simply changed its name to SNAP. Our guest Kieran Conlon talks about some of the DIY Media-making things he’s seeing people doing when they come to his lectures. What do people need to know when making their own media that will really help them as they develop? He mentions a century-old seminal documentary called Nanook Of The North We also go through the official iTunes UK Podcast charts Peter Brill talks about his new charity project Mobiloo. THIS WEEK’S TOPIC