Thursday, July 12, 2007
http://Podcasting-Pointers.com to illustrate how you can creatively use digital audio equipment to tell stories -- stories about yourself, family, friends, place of worship, school, civic group, community, business, profession, cause, etc.
In this example, two journalists share their first attempt at covering a news event with multimedia tools for the Web.
We ask that you listen to this 3-1/2 minute report where homeless people speak about issues important to them in their own words, then consider the following question:
In this case, which would you prefer -- an audio or written report? Why?
Share your thoughts with us and others by replying to this blog message. Thanks for stopping by!
Sunday, June 3, 2007
Note: The Podcasting Pointers logo is copyrighted by Podcasting Pointers, a partnership of Media Concepts, Inc. and Consulting by Debbie Wolfe, both of St. Petersburg, Florida USA.
Our NEW Web site went live on
July 1, 2007 !
Check it out at: http://podcasting-pointers.com/
Look on our NEW Web site for exciting details about:
(1) custom training video DVDs made by a team of contributing editors with decades of experience in multimedia and adult education -- filmed in the studios of Media Concepts, Inc.
(2) a unique podcasting equipment kit featuring 9 professional pieces of equipment AND a set of two custom training DVDs entitled: "Podcasting Pointers Getting Started"
(3) coming in a few weeks: a library area of FREE digital audio resources including multimedia tip sheets you can download for reference
(4) coming by mid-August: our podcast: Podcasting Pointers -- watch this space and our Web site for further updates
Podcasting Pointers is a partnership between Media Concepts, Inc. and Debbie Wolfe Consulting, both of St. Petersburg, Florida USA.
Our goal is to make podcasting easier for you!
We invite you to post your digital audio and podcasting questions on this blog. Our our team of contributing editors will provide you with answers and you'll also be hearing from fellow podcasters as they join in the discussion.
Thank you for stopping by! Bob Skidmore, Ken Sparks and Debbie Wolfe