SXSW Interactive 2014
Podcasting at SXSW - How Podcasting Has Changed
5 years ago If you wanted to podcast or video a live event, you had to bring a lot of bulky equipment and pay top dollar for quality results. Not to mention finding a way to upload your finished product in a timely manner.
Times have changed: Companies make items that will allow you to create content faster and cheaper. Crowdfunding can turn a prototype into production within months. Smartphones and tablets with built-in wireless connections allow you to record, produce and upload a show before the day is done.
In this session, we are going to look at how podcasting has changed and how easy it is to come to an event such as SXSW to report on.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- Where podcasts stood in 2004 - 2007?
- What are the most important items in today's podcast rigs?
- How to cover an event such as SXSW with your podcast
- Is podcasting dying or is it evolving? What to expect for 2014 and Beyond
- What does the enthusiast need to feel comfortable to start podcasting themselves? What about the Startup company or big business?
Jeffrey Powers, V-Caster, Geekazine