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Register for PodCamp NYC - Spring 2007




Registration has been moved to our new official web site and wiki as of January 25, 2007. Please go there to register. The latest list of registrants can be found here.


If you previously registered on this page without providing your email, then please go here to re-register to make sure you are on the email list.


For now, we have left the early registrants (prior to Jan 24) up on this page for reference. If you need to update your info, please do so on the new registrant list or email us at: info AT podcampNYC DOT org.


You can also register by calling our hotline: 888-273-7912 (toll free).


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  1. John C. Havens - Organizing the event/speaking.
  2. Jason Van Orden - I'd love to speak, help with marketing, or any other logisitics.
  3. Justin Kownacki - creator of the web sitcom Something to Be Desired; willing to speak, evangelize and brave New York City taxicabs... (blog/email)
  4. Whitney Hoffman - While I live outside Philly, I can certainly help with set up, break down, and the like- let me know what you need, and I'm happy to pitch in!
  5. Bruce C - From the Long Island Podcast Network at http://www.lipodcastnetwork.com. We are a network of podcasts from the local NY City area in music, restaurant reviews, local press releases, technology, and more. Our biggest feature is our automated syndication of our network shows we offer to other podcasters. If your podcast is part of the network, we can syndicate it. So, when you add a new show to your podcast, it automatically shows up on our network site and your podcast will have access to our listeners. We also just received a page and a half write-up in Newsday . We will help lead some sessions on the technical aspects of podcasting including building an automatic RSS generator to help other podcasters syndicate new episodes and have them automatically show up on your site without manually adding them as well as the benefits and advantages of using a back end database to save the work adding podcasts automatically over the traditional manu method that plagues most podcasters. Looking forward to sharing ideas and networking with other podcast sites.
  6. Adam J. Broitman Director of Emerging and Creative Strategy at Morpheus Media wokring on high-profile accounts such as A&E, NYU, Kyocera and The New York Times. Author of the media blog amediacirc.us.
  7. Giovanni Gallucci - Will travel from Dallas to attend this event. We have offices in NYC so I can call it a business trip ;-). I can speak on operations, production, interviews, and marketing for podcasters. We recently launched a new podcasting network (http://www.mediaswamp.com) with several shows. I will spread buzz and have PodCampNYC promos created for our shows. (site/blog/podcast/network/corp/email)
  8. Anthony Cantiello - Creator and editor of PodcastHerald.com. Organizing the event. Native New Yorker. Super psyched to have PodCamp come to NYC!
  9. Guido Stein Love to podcast. Love to knit. I will be happy to talk about knitting or perhaps talk about wrong ways to go mobile.
  10. Leesa Barnes I'll lead a few sessions. Can't wait to see New York again.
  11. Eric Skiff Organizing the event/speaking. I'm sure I'll also be running around doing Felt Up TV interviews and podcast mashups as well. I'd love to help organize a podsafe music night either friday or saturday evening too!
  12. Adam Quirk I can speak about video podcasting.
  13. Chris Brogan Participant.
  14. Ted Sudol Took what I've been learned at Podcamp Boston and some friends like Jason and Laura and created a podcast at www.ExploreAK.com I've made Alaska my second home. My specialty is helping people discover the adventure in them. It's not about the distance you cover but the memories you gather. I can speak on Alaska or a one session step by step roadmap on getting your own podcast going from equipment choices through hosting decisions.
  15. Kathy Sudol I'm putting together a podcast for my third grade class. In addition to what I learned at podcamp the school system is having a 6 session podcasting for the classroom course.
  16. Kathy Montgomery Computer trainer from Albany and host of the Fishnet podcast. Looking forward to attending a podcasting gathering.
  17. Michael Smolens - dotSUB - offering the use of our browser based subtitling tool to enable all videos to be subtitled into any language - sorry to have missed Podcamp in Boston - would love to speak and offer help in organizing event
  18. Carmen Van Kerckhove - participant
  19. Amber Rhea - Co-founder of the Georgia Podcast Network and co-organizer of PodCamp Atlanta. Participant.
  20. Rusty Tanton - Co-founder of the Georgia Podcast Network. Participant.
  21. Mike Bellina - I missed Podcamp Boston and regret it. I am not going to miss one in my backyard. I am willing to help. My specialty is web programming and design. Let me know how I can help promote this event.
  22. Robert Safuto - Producer of The New York Minute Show podcast. Curator of Podcast NYC. Director of Marketing for Raw Voice which runs the Blubrry social podcast community.
  23. Bill Palmer - Publisher of iProng, voice of the iPod generation, and co-host of iProng Radio.
  24. John Herman - host of The Eye, producer of numerous other adventures
  25. Kim Bloomer- natural pet care educator and host with Jeannie Thomason of Animal Talk Naturally wanting to share on how we're using podcasting for the animals. We're not technically really inclined but would love to help however we can.
  26. raequel aka systris of The Triscast - why not? i love podcasting and love traveling up to NYC...i'm in! (april 7th is my 30th birthday, and i've decided to go after all)
  27. Dr. Kathy King and Mark Gura- Live from the Bronx! we would love to join in the podcamp- thanks for asking John- Our topic- "How our podcasts grow and change": Looking at our Podcast for Teachers podcast aimed to provide professional development for teachers around the globe we have experienced a genesis, innovation, success and new directions. Podcamp session is a great opportuntity to share among podcasters with all different levels of expereince. Focus will be a guiding model, and then facilitation and discussion
  28. Dr. Kathy King and Kim Bloomer or Peter Yanke As podcasters (Kim and Kathy) and co-managing directors (Peter and Kathy) of these podcast only Internet radio stations we would really enjoy leading a discussion on how these Internet radio stationsCoolCast Radio and iLearn Radio support podcasters. The model for the stations is very unique in how we seek to support and leverage the fine work podcasters are doing by building a network, supporting them with added value services, provided additional opportunties for digital publicationBX Media LLC and more. The format will be a facilitated discusion that would bring a new model to the foreground. Thereby enabling people to consider ways we can further support podcasting efforts in new ways and whether additional podcasters desire to be involved in any of the efforts at this time or in the near future.
  29. Andrew Baron - Rocketboom
  30. Carter Harkins - Can't wait to be there and look forward to talking about Interactive/Conversational/Public/Social/Participatory/Collaborative Podcasting in all its many and splendid forms. I'm particularly interested to hear from those who are doing things to engage their listeners and get them participating (soliciting comments, yes, but also collaborating for form and content)
  31. Frank Edward Nora - Host of The Overnightscape podcast
  32. Gary leland aka P. Dilly - PodcastPickle.com, SportPodcasts.com, ChurchPodcasts.com, SciFiPods.com, Podcast Inspector, PodcasterTree.com, and Podcast Island in Second Life. I am coming, and I am bringing the Pickle Man with me.
  33. Jim Coffman - Blogamp
  34. Doug Kersten - I'm really looking forward to coming! I run the NYC Podcasting Association, podcast at Boatingpodcast.com and work on (PodGlo/email), my company. (PodGlo/email) would like to announce it's Grand Opening at NYC Podcamp!
  35. Larry Lawfer, Founder and President YourStorys and YourStorysPodcast. Logan Seale, Director of Photography at YourStorys and I are looking forward to this get together to share ideas, techniques and our passion for our work
  36. Eric Rochow creator of the video podcast Gardenfork.tv (cooking, gardening, and other stuff), web 2.0 blog chopblog and Exec Producer of choplogic, If someone wants me to talk, I can talk.
  37. mike dunn - nomadic audio if the date does end up being april 14-15th then i am tentative depending on when the vermont snowboard season actually ends - i love podcasting but i love snowboarding much more ;)
  38. amy wohl I've been on lots of others' podcasts as a guest. I want to do this myself!
  39. Jeff Hinz - Host of Friday Night Dance Party, a podcast to end the week, feel the beat and move your feet.
  40. Justine Ezarik likes the internet. [email]
  41. Seth Braverman eats breakfast while checking email.
  42. Gig Barton influencing the influencers...
  43. Mark Juliano - Podcaster and Head of Marketing at TalkShoe
  44. Jeff Persch Trying to make podcaster money!
  45. Cheri Moore - I'm looking forward to attending and to meet some of the podcasters I've emailed back and forth with. This is a great opportunity increase the PR for the field! And BTW, welcome all of you to NYC!
  46. Erik Schwartz - Foneshow Mobile Audio Media Delivery Platform - I can talk about making podcasts (amongst other programming) work on any cell phone - eriks(at)foneshow(dot)com
  47. Nic Wolff - Foneshow Mobile Audio Media Delivery Platform -same as Erik - nic(at)foneshow(dot)com
  48. Anders Brownworth publisher of 12 Byzantine Rulers
  49. Brother Love - Rock Star/Podcaster
  50. Michael Bailey - New Media Entrepreneur, Creator of MyChingo/MobaTalk
  51. David Tames - Filmmaker & Media Technologist, creator of Art Film Talk and producer/editor with ZigZag
  52. Jay Moonah, member of PodSafe band Uncle Seth and host of Online Music Marketing
  53. Kathryn Jones, host and producer of Question of the Week relative newbie but passionate about and fascinated by this new medium and the amazing people who populate it....eager to learn everything I can and willing to help in any possible way
  54. Matt Terenzio, founder of Podosphere
  55. Greg Galant of RadioTail and Venture Voice - Great to see NYC finally getting some national attention for podcasting since we've been kicking ass here for so long (e.g. NYC Podcaster Meetup, RocketBoom, DailySonic, OvernightScape, Ze Frank and many more). NYC: The Podcast Capital of the World!
  56. Vinny Green, of Bernies World, Digital Father, and Podcast For Educators. Willing to volunteer, but not quite ready to present.
  57. Julien - slacker/podcaster extraordinaire. also representing Homeless Nation.
  58. Larry Lawfer, of YourStorysPodcast looking forward to sharing information, opportunities and the story of successfully collaborating with other podcasters for fun and profit.
  59. Colette Vogele of Vogele & Associates and Stanford Center for Internet & Society. Co-author of Podcasting Legal Guide. Blog and forthcoming podcast re: legal questions for podcasters. Happy to help with legal questions and/or present about legal issues. Really looking forward to this as I haven't been back to NYC in 10 years. Way overdue!
  60. Linda Mills, of Podcast User Magazine-It's just a short train ride from Philadelphia to meet podcasters, listeners, readers, and writers
  61. Mike McAllen, of PodShackRadio.com- Love to help out in any way. I am looking forward to visiting NYC.
  62. Bill Sobel
  63. Jeff Robelen - participant
  64. DeAngelo Shabazz - Music Marketing and Promtions Company in Atlanta. http://www.darealhometeam.com
  65. Kathryn Finney of The Budget Fashionista Podcaster, Blogger, Author of "How to Be a Budget Fashionista" (Ballantine Books, June 2006), TV personality. Would be very interested in speaking.
  66. Ariel Hyatt of Ariel Publicity & Cyber Promotions President, of a web PR company that works with musicians.
  67. Ben Zelevansky & Alex Bloom - The guys behind Unleashed, a weekly animated show about struggling animal actors in Hollywood.
  68. Alan Levy of Blog Talk Radio CEO of Blog talk Radio, the first social radio network allows anyone with a phone or internet connection to host their own live on-line call in talk show.
  69. Tim Shey, Next New Networks
  70. C.C. Chapman - VP New Marketing for crayon. Blogging at CC-Chapman.com] and podcasting at Accident Hash, Managing the Gray, The U-Turn Cafe and most recently One Guy's Thoughts
  71. Kris Smith - Looking forward to hanging out with friends and making some new. I can answer questions about web design, technical considerations and seo for podcasting, podcast consulting, authenticated/individualized RSS feeds or RSS in distance education. My production company and my new employer.
  72. Tom Walker and Brian Jude of The Digital Cafe Tour - DCT produces and syndicates live concert videos and associated documentary footage (“Broaden Your Band” ™) for high-speed Internet, mobile audio & video players, cell phones, and other Broadband media.
  73. Faith McLellan - Participant. Looking forward to learning the ropes!
  74. Kenneth Musante - journalist and pod person
  75. Lynette Young - SCRAPcast.com, Second Lifer, NJPA member, Jersey girl
  76. Wayne Caravello Participant.
  77. Matthew Snodgrass - VP, Creative Services, Porter Novelli; 1/2 of The Dave and Matt Show; One of founding members of Podcasting Open Metrics Council.
  78. Mica Scalin - I have been working on various independent video podcasting projects since 2004 and I have been doing some consulting digital media marketing(Showtime, NBC), just looking to learn and share.
  79. Faye Anderson Citizen Journalist and Participant
  80. Kim Isaacs Very excited about PodCamp!
  81. Dan Dashnaw Just launching a startup focused on podcast production and corporate new media consulting - I look forward to hand shaking, speaking, learning, and meeting you all!
  82. Jerry Cahill - Host of the Cystic Fibrosis Podcast. We have been building awareness of CF and supporting people with our podcast since April of 2005.
  83. Bernard Tarver Writer, blogger, participant.
  84. Lena L. West - Technology Strategist, writer, blogger, CEO of http://www.xynoMedia.com and Creator of http://www.TechnologyDiet.com
  85. Andy, from Tourist In The City - 3rd year as a pod producer, and I'm always eager to chat, explore and noodle; looking forward to PodCamp!
  86. SnowBark- slip-slide musicast chillin' & billin' @ podcamp!
  87. Jason Randall Smith aka Macedonia - from the Radio BSOTS (Both Sides Of The Surface) podcast. been waiting on this to hit NYC. can't wait...
  88. jonathan berger has nothing to shill for at the moment
  89. ya-hsuan huang participant
  90. tricia perry participant

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