HAP member Vernon Brown of the 808Talk podcast has crossed into the next dimension of video with 808TalkTV.
“Since I am approaching my one year anniversary of podcasting I decided to add an extra cut for my listeners and do a little video podcasting,” Vernon writes. “I’m no pro, but many of my listeners have been asking if I was going to morph to the video side so I guess the pressure got to me and I put together a little something to give a glimpse of what I want to do.”
He says 808TalkTV will “show my favorite places in and around Hawaii and take a visit with some great and wonderful people and the things I love.”
Be sure to check out other Hawaii-based video podcasters.
NEW DATE: HAP member Gail Jennings of HawaiiDiner.com and the HawaiiDiner.com Podcast will join a panel of “new” and “traditional” media practitioners on Hawaii Public Radio’s weekly Town Square talk show, airing at 5 p.m. on KIPO 89.3FM on Thursday, April 13.
Writes fellow panelist and HAP co-founder Larry Geller: “Produced in a studio any podcaster would kill for, a bunch of us will see what happens when ‘traditional’ and ‘new’ media are thrown into a room and the door locked behind them.”
Larry and Gail will sit with Jerry Burris, editorial editor for the Honolulu Advertiser, Ian Lind, investigative reporter and blogger, and Town Square host Beth-Ann Kozlovich.
Tune in, and call in! The number is 941-3689 or (877) 941-3681 from outside Honolulu.
HAP member Roxanne Darling of Bare Feet Studio’s Bizzycast and Beach Walks with Rox will be featured on ThinkTech Hawaii on Hawaii Public Radio this afternoon. Tune in to KIPO FM 89.3 from 5-6 p.m. to hear her and host Jay Fidell discuss “Web 2.0 – Leveraging Your Message to the World.”
Roxanne Darling and Shane Robinson at Bare Feet Studios have posted a great video clip of the recent Hawaii Association of Podcasters dinner at Shokudo. [hap-dinner-051201.mp4] Watch HAP members introduce their podcasts as they enjoy a wonderful evening of friendship and food. The video was even mentioned on Adam Curry’s popular Daily Source Code podcast on Thursday (#303). Continue reading “HAP Video”
Hawaii is embracing a relatively new technology that is changing the way people get information. It’s called podcasting and it allows just about anyone to create his or her own Internet radio show… Unlike broadcasts, podcasts tend to have narrowly targeted audiences, which keeps listenership for each of them relatively low, says local Internet consultant Burt Lum. Podcasting’s advantage comes in numbers because anyone can create them.
Podcasting (Pacific Business News)
Join telecommunications industry leaders and educators from Hawaii and abroad tomorrow at Telecom 2005, the annual conference of the Hawaii Telecommunications Association. One of the sessions is entitled, “Podcasting â€“ The Rising Star of the Internet Landscape.” Moderator Burt Lum leads Peter Kay, Roxanne Darling and Ryan Ozawa in a discussion about podcasting and its potential. The event takes place at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel.
Nowadays it is not unusual to take a class online, but imagine a “Podcast” class. It is only happening in a few places across the country with the University of Hawaii at Manoa being one of them. David Nickles’ Computer Science 101 class is Podcast so instead of books, his students bought Ipods. “What we are trying to, is put the technology in their hands and empower them,” said Nickles.
UH-Manoa Offering ‘Podcast’ Class (KITV)
And just like that, it’s October, and we’ve entered the last quarter of a year that seems to have just flown by.
V. Brown of 808Talk.com introduced us to DoctorTrey.com, a podcast by “Dr. Trey” and “Jroq” that’s dedicated to the Hawai’i music industry, it’s players and it’s fans. They feature new music, interviews, news and reviews.
Gail at HawaiiDiner.com announces the results of “Burger Wars,” a four-month project to find the best burger in Honolulu. Listen to the podcast to see who made the cut… it’s probably not who you think!
Finally, Ryan of HawaiiUP has teamed up with his wife Jen to send out The Transmission, a spinoff podcast devoted entirely to ABC’s hit filmed-in-Hawaii television series, “Lost.”
Local tech entrepreneur and podcaster Peter Kay of “Your Computer Minute” is traveling on business in India, and has started a special travelogue podcast at Peter Kay’s India Travels” (here’s the feed). Follow him as he makes his way between airports, hotels, and meetings, talking about his day and talking to some of the locals.