MS Podcast#3

imbee

The 3rd MediaSnackers podcast looks at a new social networking site for tweens.

(WORLD) The MediaSnackers podcast focusses on individuals, organisations or companies who are simply impressing us and which are crying out for more discussion.

Tim Donovan, Vice President of Marketing and Co-founder of Industrious Kid pulls back the curtain on Imbee, a new tween-focussed social networking site with a chaperoned-media model.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.11—0.47 Tim details his role within Industrious Kid and also what Imbee is all about
0.48—1.49 numbers and development for Imbee
1.20—4.54 social networking overview and differentiators of Imbee
4.55—6.45 challenging the chaperoned-media model
7.26—9.34 extending the model
9.35—11.36 the future
11.37—11.52 thanks and outro

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The World Has Changed…#3

earth

…and it's not turning back.

(WORLD) More evidence that the world is changing from these recent articles:

Google has developed an application that can idenify TV programmes, deliver related advertising, monitor viewing audiences and build social communities around viewers who are watching the same show while online.

‘Griefers’ is a term used for people who kill team-mates or obstruct a MMORPG game’s objectives.

In the UK one mobile phone is stolen every 12 seconds and 70% of kids have been affected.

Another survey from the US focussing how teens are MediaSnackers.

How young peoples online profiles could affect their future careers.

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MS Podcast#2

lehmann

The 2nd MediaSnackers podcast explores technology and education.

(WORLD) The MediaSnackers podcast focusses on individuals, organisations or companies who are simply impressing us and which are crying out for more discussion.

Chris Lehmann tells us about his role in the new Science Leadership Academy in Philedelphia and also how they are using technology in positive and creative ways.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.00—2.17 Chris discusses his experience and roles with the Science Leadership Academy and Practical Theory weblog
2.16—5.19 embracing technology and creating a ‘web portal’ for schools
5.20—6.50 creating avenues due to media literacy in a positive way
6.51—9.45 are students influencing schools and learning through their media activities
9.46—10.03 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#1

yarrow

The MediaSnackers podcast is launched!

(WORLD) The MediaSnackers podcast focusses on individuals, organisations or companies who are simply impressing us and which are crying out for more discussion.

Yarrow Kraner takes the esteemed position of being the first subject for the inaugral MediaSnackers podcast. At 11 minutes 27 secs, it’s a whirlwind tour around his world and a quick flavour of his views and experience.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.11—0.45 Yarrow discusses his roles in/at SuperDudes / SuperNation and HatchFest
0.46—2.00 discussion about Yarros philosophy of showcasing inspiring people and championing creativity
2.01—4.12 focus on how HatchFest was born
4.13—7.26 focus on how SuperDudes was born and how the members use the internet portal to participate
7.27—9.33 discussion about the growing digital divide in forthcoming generations
9.34—11.00 what trends in youth media consumption/creation is exciting/scaring. The book, Word of Mouse by Jim Banister gets a mention
11.01—11.27 Thanks and outro

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