MS Podcast#43

stuartdredge

The 43rd MediaSnackers podcast discusses mobile platforms and the growing industry.

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

Stuart Dredge is a freelance technology journalist who focuses on mobile platforms and also writes for PocketGamer.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—0.54 Stuart talks about his background and current freelance status
0.55—2.42 how the industry has developed in the past 5 years
2.43—3.34 how its infancy is being driven by the users
3.35—4.33 the brands and countries who are driving trends
4.34—5.28 trends in the new media world
5.29—7.20 big screen vs small screen
7.21—8.44 gender issues?
8.45—9.56 things to watch
9.57—10.08 Thanks and outro

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The World Has Changed…#11

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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:

• when $1.5 billion gets you a social-newtworking site;

• studies show there is a growing issue of access to digital technology between white and minority students;

more research shows teens who play online games improve their people skills;

• whilst experts argue that a modern life of junk food and ‘screen-time’ is causing depression amongst youth;

• and then the big broadcasters announce they are going mobile with their content.

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MS Podcast#42

robwilliams

The 42nd MediaSnackers podcast travels to Vermont and speaks to a media education consultant.

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

Rob Williams is many things as well as a media education consultant. Here he talks about Action Coalition for Media Education (ACME) and many other things relating to media.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—0.43 Rob discusses his many roles
0.44—1.50 overview of ACME
1.51—3.36 exploring the ‘media crisis’ cited on the ACME site
3.37—4.33 MySpace example
4.34—5.51 trends in the new media world
5.52—8.00 DOPA discussions/censorship
8.01—10.00 flavour of the forthcoming Media Summit
10.01—10.26 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#41

michaelhay

The 41st MediaSnackers podcast features a community based media-education centre.

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

Michael Hay is the Youth Programmes manager for Phillips Community Television in Minneapolis, USA.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—1.48 Michael discusses his role for Phillips Community Television
1.49—2.46 the community the project is based in
2.47—5.39 highlighting a specific project
5.40—7.44 digital literacy perceptions
7.45—10.00 different media organisations partnerships
10.01—10.26 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#40

schuepp

The 40th MediaSnackers podcast chats to youth media consultant based in Geneva.

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

Chris Schuepp is a freelance youth media consultant who runs Unicef’s Magic Network and has a focus on Europe and Central Asia.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—0.53 Chris introduces himself and what he does
0.54—2.53 how the Magic Network was created
3.06—4.12 the integration into the Voices of Youth website
4.13—5.57 major trends found through the network
5.58—6.59 how youth media will evolve
7.00—8.29 clarification of Chris’ focus
8.30—9.27 how does the regional differences play out and the digital divide
9.28 —10.47 Thanks and outro

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MS Podcast#39

craiggoodwill

The 39th MediaSnackers podcast discusses an international youth film festival.

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

Craig Goodwill from Culture Creatives and Company, out in Canada discusses the Mobile Jam Fest, an international youth film festival.

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0.00—0.10 Intro
0.10—0.54 Criag discusses his background and the Mobile Jam Fest
0.55—1.45 how the festival enables its participants to explore corporate social responsibility
1.46—3.25 logistics of the festival
3.26—4.49 the goals of the festival
4.50—6.31 power of mobile phones and other portable platforms
6.32—8.08 power of film and their creation avenues
8.09—9.27 personal views on youth media consumption/creation
9.28 —9.38 Thanks and outro

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