Montreal, capital city of podcasting

September 9, 2010 by iWeb Technologies in: Web Hosting Articles

Podcasting is a way to broadcast on the Internet audio or video clips that can be accessed using personal computers, as well as video and audio portable players.

Podcasting, which is a sort of a mix between radio/TV and blogs, is becoming a media of its own. It has known an incredible growth in recent years and has more and more fans, both producers and consumers (in the best sense of the term).

PodCamp Montreal will be held in Montreal on September 11 and 12 at the Coeur des Sciences of the Université du Quebec à Montréal (UQAM). This event is an anti-conference for social media and podcasting fans and professionals. If you want to learn more about it, or merely share you ideas, it will be the ideal opportunity, because of the very format of presentations. Indeed, an anti-conference is less stiff than traditional conferences and all specialists are invited on an equal footing. People will be very accessible and it will be easy to intervene and ask questions during these presentations. A more relaxed atmosphere does not mean that there will be no quality guests, quite the opposite, as shown in the announced schedule.
Just before PodCamp Montreal, on September 10th, will be held MediaCamp, which is a new opportunity for traditional media to take a look at their current challenges in an informal and spontaneous context.

This year iWeb is a proud sponsor of the event. We will be there to attend conferences and to take the pulse of the community. If you recognize our badge, please simply come to talk with us.

PodCamp Montréal

For those who are not yet familiar with podcasting, here are some examples of good audio and video blogs, in french:

L’Analyse du Geek: http://www.analysedugeek.com/
Technological and other nonsensic tribulations hosted by Ben le Geek and Frank the Tank

Québec Balado : http://quebecbalado.com/
Sylvain Grandmaison’s program dedicated to royalty free music and everything related to podcasting in Quebec.

MacQuébec: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/podcast-de-macquebec
The latest news from Apple and its products as well as MacOSX compatible software reviews by the MacQuebec team.

Mes Paroles s’envolent : http://mesparolessenvolent.com/
Laurent Lassalle’s podcast, who shares with us his discoveries in technologies, new Web concepts and music.

In English :

DyscultureD: http://dyscultured.com/dyscultured-live/
Introduces the last pop culture happenings north and south of “The 49th Parallel” – including movies, television, music, the Internet, gadgets and much more.

Music is my sanctuary: http://www.musicismysanctuary.com/
Monthly mix music masterfully concocted by Montreal disc jockey DJ Lexis.

Six pixels of separation: http://www.twistimage.com/podcast/
Author Mitch Joel reflexions on digital marketing, new media and personal branding.

The TWIT : http://twit.tv/
Podcast created by Leo Laporte and other former TechTV members.

Rocketboom : http://www.rocketboom.com/
This webcast creates and covers a wide range of information related to the Internet culture.

You too, make us discover your favorite podcasts and share your findings by adding your comments to this post.

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