The MediaSnackers podcast focusses on individuals, organisations or companies who are simply impressing us with their use of social media.
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#156 : SSG Dale Sweetnam, U.S. Army, in charge of the online and social media division.
#153 : Nalden, uber-blogger from Amsterdam.
#149 : Heather Oldani, Director of PR for McDonalds (USA) and colead on their digital strategy.
#148 / Rezed Podcast#45, FINAL podcast for the Rezed community.
#147 / Rezed Podcast#44, virtual platforms and how these platforms can be used as educational tools.
#146 : Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia.
#145 / Rezed Podcast#40, using World of Warcraft in education and other virtual gaming stuff.
#144 : Linda Raftree, exploring social media use in Africa.
#141 / Rezed Podcast#35, featuring Thomas Malaby, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee plus Lou Ann Phillips of the National eXtension Initiative and Ron Festa at Rutgers University.
#140 : Andrew Davis, innovative school course on social media for students here in the UK.
#136 : Fiona Hooley, director of community operations for DeviantArt,the largest online art community.
#135 / Rezed Podcast#29 : Ted Taganami, vice president for business development for Smallworlds plus a roundtable discussion with representatives from four countries (Brazil, France, Turkey and Japan).
#132 / Rezed Podcast#26 : Anne Collier, editor of NetFamilyNews talking here about the Internet Safety Technical Task Force Report.
#131 : Josh Shipp, one-man media machine who ‘slings’ advice for young people.
#126 / Rezed#21 : Jackie Marsh, discussing a paper centered around children aged 5 to 11 and their use of Club Penguin.
#125 / Rezed#20 : Deborah Fields, study of Whyville and it’s uses.
#124 / Rezed#19 : Ryan Clemens, discussions around the use of Google’s virtual world.
#123 / Rezed#18 : YALSA, joint special with Young Adult Library Services Association.
#122 / Rezed#17 : Amanda Lenhart, discussing an exciting new Pew Internet & American Life Project report titled, Teens, Video Games and Civics.
#121 / Rezed#15 : Dizzywood, using the virtual platform in an educational setting.
#120 / Rezed#14 : Sarah Robbins, discussing the trends, challenges, and impact of using virtual platforms in learning.
#118 : Simon Bennet, socially responsible video games.
#117 / Rezed#12 : Dr James Paul Gee, big time expert in the academic field of gaming and learning.
#116 / Rezed#11: The Lawleys, mother and son talk about their experience and focus on virtual worlds.
#115 / Rezed#9: Donna Stevens, implementing Quest Atlantis as it relates to teacher trainings, the students and the classroom.
#114: Evan Baden. amazing photographs exploring the relationship between youth and technology.
#113 / Rezed #7: Jeremy W. Kemp, an instructional designer at San Jose State University who has been teaching online since 1999.
#112 / Rezed #6: Tracy Rebe, assistant Principal at High School for Global Citizenship, discussing the Science through Second Life Program.
#111 / Rezed #4: Linda Burch, chief Education and Strategy Officer for Common Sense Media.
#110 / Rezed #3: Peggy Sheehy, first educator to use Second Life in the classroom.
#109: Hilary Mason, introducing the first ever uk-based statutory youth worker blogging.
#108 / Rezed #2 : Sasha Barab, associate Professor in Learning Sciences, IST and Cognitive Science at Indiana University.
#107 / Rezed #1 : Larry Johnson, CEO of the international New Media Consortium.
#106: Kate Dean, head of television for BT Vision.
#105: David Sasaki, Director of Rising Voices-an outreach arm of the Global Voices project.
#103: Matt Locke, commissioning editor for Channel 4 Education.
#102: Brad Jefferson, Co-founder of fantastic video/slideshow site, Animoto.
#101: Donna Myrow, founder of LA Youth, a twenty year old print newspaper.
#100: DK, to relaunch the series MediaSnackers founder, DK got interviewed.
#99: Dr Jo Kleeb, research Fellow discussing a ‘youth connectedness’ longitudinal study.
#98: Dan Sutch, mobile Learning with Learning Researcher at FutureLab.
#97: Cathy Davidson, discussing the new $2 million Digital Media and Learning Competition.
#96: Antonio Lopez, media literacy educator for native groups of young people.
#94: Lynette Webb, creator of the Interesting Snippets flickr photoset plus the site of the same name.
#93: Steve Moss, strategic Director for ICT in the Building Schools for the Future programme.
#91: Agnes Nairn, a UK academic researcher and writer in the field of children and marketing and also one of the authors of Watching, Wanting, Wellbeing: exploring the links.
#90: Rushton Hurley, founder of the non-profit online video resource for educators called Next Vista.
#89: John Weekes, our fifth DesignShare and MediaSnackers podcast sees us chatting with school designer/architect, John Weekes.
#88: Ken Robinson, internationally-renowned expert in the field of creativity and innovation for business and education.
#87: Méabh Mc Mahon, presenter of Europocket TV, an online television daily show focussed on European politics and culture.
#86: Stephen Heppell, passionate and insightful plus one of the world’s leading online education and technology experts.
#85: Alan November, fourth DesignShare and MediaSnackers podast sees us talking to education and emerging technology expert, Alan November.
#84: Claire Easterman, mobile advice project recently launched by YouthNet.
#83: Ab Kuijer, CEO of euro-youth marketing business, JuniorSenior and joins us to talk about the impact new media and technology has on marketing to young people.
#82: Barbara Diamond, third DesignShare and MediaSnackers podcast sees us talking to Senior Advisor to the Knowledge Works Foundation, Barbara Diamond.
#81: Christopher Sessums, second DesignShare and MediaSnackers podcast talks to Director of Distance Education at University of Florida.
#80: Raya Ribbius, project officer for the theoneminutesjr.org project.
#79: Chris Lehmann, first DesignShare and MediaSnackers prodcast sees us talking to the Principal of the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia.
#78: Shahrez Khan, project coordinator for a PeaceChild magazine project called Faith in Europe.
#77: Dave Hancock, head of Education and Volunteering for BT, talking about thier education and youth programmes.
#76: Katie Simpson, head of Youth Media for the Media Trust talking about their new youth focus.
#75: Michael Furdyk, co-founder of TakingITGlobal, a massive global online youth community for social change.
#74: Henry Giroux, global Television Network Chair in English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada.
#73: Anastasia Goodstein, author of Totally Wired, an adults guide to what kids are really doing online.
#72: Joshua Boltuch, a music-focussed social networking site with a totally different music sales/revenue model.
#71: Sue Lawther, exploring an amazing portable media lab and its use in regeneration.
#70: Pukul Rana, an intercultural British Councils youth project called Reach Out.
#69: Selene Biffi, founder of Youth Action For Change whose main aim is to inspire and help young people empower themselves.
#68: Noah Kagan, ex-Facebook employee and online community expert.
#67: Christian Long, CEO of DesignShare, focussed on school design and the future of learning.
#66: Alice Cahn, Head of Acquisitions and Development for Cartoon Network in the US.
#65: Ken Ikeda, Executive Director of BAVC a nonprofit independent media arts center in San Francisco, CA.
#64: Jim ‘Sky’ Schuyler, Chief Technology Officer for the Dalai Lama Foundation, discussing the Project Happiness project.
#63: Hannah Green, Head of the families programme at DEMOS co-authors of Their Space: Education for a digital generation.
#62: David Buckingham, Professor of Education at the Institute of Education, London University and founder / director of the Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media.
#61: Micheal Birch, co-founder of popular youth social networking site Bebo.
#60: Sanjay Asthana, author of the research study, Innovative Practices of Youth Participation in Media.
#59: Lord Clement-Jones, Lib Dem spokesperson in the House of Lords for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
#58: Mena Trott, President and a co-founder of Six Apart who recently launched the new blogging platform Vox in October.
#57: Emmi Kuusikko, from the corporation who runs Habbo Hotle comes a discussion about their global youth survey.
#56: Dylan, face of Dylans Couch, a typical 13 year old with a great video podcast.
#55: Anna Home, Anna Home OBE is the Chief Executive of the Children’s Film and Television Foundation and also is the chair for Save Kids TV campaign.
#54: Henry Jenkins, founder of Comparative Media Studies at MIT and author of Convergence Culture.
#53: Denise Hastings, CitizenShift is a platform providing media for social change.
#52: Barry Joseph and Rafi Santos, new media from the progressive organisation, Global Kids.
#51: Greg Davies, station controller of broadband TV youth station.
#50: Chris Seth, MD of Piczo for Europe and the UK.
#49: Zadi Diaz, presenter/producer of Jet Set Show.
#48: Ezra Cooperstein, director of viewer created content for CurrentTV.
#47: Martin Skitsel, co-founder of music social networking site.
#46: Matt Britton, co-founder of marketing agency Mr Youth.
#45: Jake Fisher, 17 year old co-founder of podcasting hosting platform.
#44: John Poisson, new mobile photo-sharing platform.
#43: Stuart Dredge, the mobile platform industry.
#42: Rob Williams, media education consultant in Vermont.
#41: Michael Hay, a Youth Programmes manager for a community television project.
#40: Chris Schuepp, youth media consultant focussed on Europe and Central Asia.
#39: Craig Goodwill, mobile youth film festival.
#38: Matt Gullett, creating in libraries.
#37: Lyn Blagbrough, mobile TV from a kids perspective.
#36: David Kleeman, focussing on US children’s media.
#35: Roashan and Nic, a small after-school media project in Marin, California.
#34: Karen Cirillo and Blue Chevigny, Unicef discusses their use of new/old media.
#33: Anthony Utley, focussing on children’s television production.
#32: Ross Dawson, taking a look at global media trends/future.
#31: Ewan McIntosh, the role technology has to play in the Scottish education system.
#30: Benjamin Stokes, ‘serious games’ with Co-Director from Games for Change.
#29: Jay Goss, Chief Operating Officer for virtual world, Whyville.
#28: Mohammad and Sophie from YouthNet, discussion around a new report on youth portrayal in media.
#27: Simon Goodrich, film festival for portable devices.
#26: Grant Cathro, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#25: Richard Langridge, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#24: Rachel Murrell, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#23: Claire Fox, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#22: Madeline Wiltshire, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#21: Estelle Hughes, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#20: Kate Bulkley, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#19: Sarah Baynes, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#18: Greg Childs (again but different), blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#17: Richard Simpson, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#16: Vaugh Wiles, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#15: Rani Singh, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#14: Tessa Alps, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#13: Nigel Mitchell, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#12: John Bullivant, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#11: Karen Vermeulen, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#10: Oliver Ellis, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#9: David Kleeman, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#8: Carla Dejong, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#7: Elaine Sperber, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#6: Juliet Roberts, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#5: Barbara Slade, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#4: Greg Childs, blogging from the Showcomotion Conference.
#3: Tim Donovan, new social networking site for tweens.
#2: Chris Lehmann, exploring technology and education.
#1: Yarrow Craner, the MediaSnackers podcast is launched!
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