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PodCamp

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PodCamp is a 100% free, volunteer, sponsor-supported event. It is born out of the desire to share information and learn more about audio and video podcasting and related subjects.

 

The first PodCamp was held in Boston in September 2006. That event has inspired many more PodCamp events, including PodCamp Toronto.

 

To register for PodCamp Toronto, simply go to the registration page, hit the Edit button, and add your name and information.

 

For more information on PodCamp Toronto, visit the FrontPage.

 

PodCamp is a neologism coined by Chris Penn as a distinction from BarCamp.

 

The term "PodCamp" is a BarCamp-style meetup for podcasters and listeners, bloggers and readers, and new media types of all stripes.

 

Why Podcamp? Because NewMediaCamp sounded silly, and BlogPodcastVlogNewMediaCamp was just stupid.

 

 

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