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Net Tuesday, July 6: Podcasting, Video Sharing and More: Audio and Video Content on the Web

From: Seth H.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 4:45 PM
Podcasting. Videocasting. Streaming. Multimedia resources can be powerful tools for advancing your nonprofit or social change cause. On July 6, Philly Net Tuesday will have an interactive session focused on the technologies and opportunities for creating, editing and distributing audio and video content via the web.

We'll be meeting at Jenkins Law Library at 833 Chestnut Street (see special directions below), beginning at 6:00 PM. Lite fare will be provided.

Our host will be Steve Lubetkin ("Podcast Steve") of Lubetkin Communications. This interactive evening will cover tools and technologies for getting started, tips for effectively creating and editing video and audio content, and alternatives for distribution (e.g., when is Vimeo better than YouTube?). In addition to loads of useful, up-to-date information, we?ll have the opportunity to demonstrate these tools and skills, and compare and contrast different options. (You?re encouraged to bring your own audio or video recording equipment to try some new things yourself.)

This will be a valuable opportunity to learn about, experience and even practice with some of the best and latest tools for utilizing audio and video content to enhance your cause or organization?s web presence. The program is still being formed, so if you have some audio or video expertise or tools you?d like to share, let us know. The more we share our expertise and perspectives, the more effectively we can all ?use the social web for social change?.

As usual, RSVP?s are appreciated, but not required. So, bring your audio or video recording equipment if you like, but definitely bring your questions, experience and ideas for an evening of sharing and learning.

Jenkins Law Library is located on the 12th floor of the 833 Chestnut Street building, directly across from the Ben. Franklin. Use the Chestnut Street entrance. Please tell security that you are attending the NetTuesday/TechSoup event at Jenkins. You will be required to sign in. The elevators unload on the 12th floor in front of Jenkins' main doors. There will be a devilishly handsome young man behind the front desk to direct you to the event.

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