MS Podcast#38

mattgullett

The 38th MediaSnackers podcast discusses the changing role of libraries from places of consumption to content creators.

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

Matt Gullett, Technology Education Librarian for ImaginOn, a public library in Charlotte, USA.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—1.16 Matt describes his role at Imaginon
1.17—3.02 the mindset shift of public libraries enabling creation rather than consumption
3.03—4.38 exploring the multimedia element of the library
4.39—5.55 sharing a library with a theatre
5.56—7.05 creating experiences for the ‘family’
7.06—9.09 is it easy to create a ‘family’ space
9.10—11.30 discussions regarding the DOPA act
11.31 —11.42 Thanks and outro

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The World Has Changed…#10

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…and it's not turning back.

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

Sixteen to 24 year olds are spurning television, radio and newspapers in favour of online services.

Why the congress should drop the new DOPA act.

The ‘networks’ are looking to the Net as the new ‘greenhouse’ of talent.

95% of UK households will have digital TV, compared with 66% in the US and 50% in Germany.

AOL are creating an online showcase for 13-17 year olds in their search for the next ‘star’.

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MS Podcast#37

lynblagbrough

The 37th MediaSnackers podcast looks at the development of Mobile TV from a kids perspective.

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

Lyn Blagbrough is a Research Manager for research agency Quaestor and talks about some exclusive research into Mobile TV and whether the kids want it—if you want a copy of the research please contact Quaestor direct and reference MediaSnackers sent you.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—1.10 Lyn talks about her role and Quaestor
1.11—1.47 the research brief
1.48—2.22 the age demographic
2.23—3.34 baseline findings from the research
3.20—4.35 how many would actually watch and the concerns involved
4.36—5.08 what would they want to watch
5.09—6.12 gender split and emotional attachment
6.13—7.51 role of parents as gatekeepers
7.52—8.56 personal take-aways from the research
8.57 —9.10 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#36

kleeman

The 36th MediaSnackers podcast talks to the President of the American Center for Children and Media.

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

David Kleeman is President of the American Center for Children and Media an executive roundtable that is leading the US industry in developing sustainable and kid-friendly solutions to long-standing issues.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—1.50 David gives us an overview of his role and the organisation he works for
1.51—2.34 who’s on the board
2.34—4.48 what tangible examples come out of the organisation and future projects
4.49—6.25 what are the trends in the media world
6.26—11.03 David’s views on the impact of the Ofcom ruling in the UK
11.04 —11.20 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#35

roshannic

The 35th MediaSnackers podcast discusses a small after-school media project in Marin, California.

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

Another double interview with Roshan, Show Director and Nic, Producer, from a small after-school media project in Marin, California called Round House Media.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—4.13 Roshan gives us an overview of how the Round House Media project came out of the Intel Computer Clubhouse
4.14—5.13 how Nic got involved
5.14—5.37 how young people get involved
5.38—6.10 future strategy//developments
6.11—7.53 why Intel are involved
7.54—9.00 exploring the exit strategies
9.01—9.42 what Nic has got out of being involved
9.43—10.06 how Nic’s peers are comsuming/creating media
10.07—10.21 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#34

karen

The 34th MediaSnackers podcast features UNICEF.

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

Our first double interview was with two officers from UNICEF—Karen Cirillo,
Executive Producer, Children’s Broadcasting Initiatives and Blue Chevigny, Executive Producer, UNICEF Radio discuss their use of new/old media.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—2.05 Karen and Blue tells us about their roles
2.06—3.28 where and how many youth reporters involved
3.29—4.43 using new media
4.44—5.57 participants expectations/digital literacy
5.58—7.17 One World Radio Competition
7.18—8.17 what the pieces will be used for
8.18—10.02 Voices of Youth
10.03—10.14 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#33

utley

The 33rd MediaSnackers podcast focusses on children’s television production.

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Anthony Utley is the MD of Cosgrove Hall, has 29 years of experience in television and talks to MediaSnackers about the industry he works within and its future.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—0.58 Anthony talks about his role and experience
0.59—2.12 what Cosgrove Hall
2.13—4.39 what the future holds in terms of the forthcoming Ofcom ruling on banning junk food advertising
4.40—6.29 partners from other countries for producing of children’s televsision
6.30—8.10 the changes in audience expectations and media habits
8.11—9.42 the impact/opportunities of user generated content on/within broadcast industry
10.16—10.29 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#32

rossdawson

The 32nd MediaSnackers podcast looks at global media trends/future.

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

Ross Dawson is Chairman of Future Exploration Network and also has his own blog.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—0.52 Ross gives an overview of what he does
0.53—2.17 global media networks: old vs new media
2.18—3.39 exploring examples ref: Edgeio
3.40—6.17 user generated content, the 1% rule and young people
6.18—8.02 didactic to heuristic model
8.50—9.42 Future of Media Summit review
9.43—11.20 what is scaring/exciting Ross about young peoples media consumption/creation habits
11.21—11.30 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#31

ewan

The 31st MediaSnackers podcast discusses Scottish education.

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

Ewan McIntosh blogs on Edu.Blogs and is also the New Technologies Research Practitioner, for Learning and Teaching Scotland—he discusses with MediaSnackers the role he has to play in the Scottish education system.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—1.21 Ewan outlines his blog and his new role
1.22—2.37 examples of his role focus
2.38—4.22 lessons learned and opportunities missed
4.23—5.40 why can’t young people work in teams?
5.41—7.43 blurring the lines of public and private activity
7.44—8.49 why don’t kids blog on myspace.com?
8.50—11.05 teaching the teachers (reciprocal-education)
11.06—11.24 Thanks and outro

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