Category: 2007

The First UK Podcaster Signs for The First Podcast Network

Holyhead and Melbourne, 28 Sept 2007 Credited as being the first UK based Podcaster, Martin ‘GD’ Devaughan and Green Dragon Media has signed up with Australlia’s The Podcast Network (TPN) to bring his extensive love and knowledge of music to the world’s first commercial network of podcasters. “TPN has allowed me more freedom in my contract, with no network exclusivity to restrict me working as and where I want, and they are fun guys to work with,” comments Devaughan on his reason for choosing TPN. He will be joining the long running TPN Rock show, bringing his formidable knowledge of

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LA Dinner… For Me! And You’re All Invited

The ever-bubbly Heathervescent has jsut sent the following out to the BarCampLA mailing list. It pretty much says it all, so a quick cut and paste should suffice. Podcaster extraordinary Ewan Spence (http://www.ewanspence.com/) is in town for Podcast/New Media Expo and we’re doing a informal geek dinner tomorrow night downtown at Claytons. 1855 Industrial St Los Angeles, CA 90021 (213) 622-0512 www.royalclaytonstavern.com We’re gonna start at 7pm, stop by. Direct mgs on twitter (heathervescent) if you’re coming so I can save you a seat. I won’t hit you up for $20 if you don’t show up! ;)

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Travelling to San Francisco, the UK-US Flight

So I’m safely wrapped up in a comfy duvet in San Francisco, after a rather good set of flights from Edinburgh (via London Gatwick and Dallas Fort Worth). It was on the ground at the transfers where all the fun was. Gatwick first up, and I had chosen this for an outbound on the strength of how smooth previous transfers to Europe, and return flights, has been. Unfortunaltly it went all uncomfortable this time, as the plane arrived at a stand, so we were taken on buses and forced to go through the main security theatre hall, and not the

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20 Become 40; TechCrunch20/40 Throws the Planning Out The Window

After a day on the web of scored out numbers and questions piling up in the comments, the team at TechCrunch 20 have posted the details of the change to the Conference and that they’ll now be showcasing 40 companies, as opposed to 20, and re-branding to TechCrunch 40. The official reason on the website is: …we decided that there were just too many strong start-ups to limit the conference format to 20 company presentations. So we revisited our agenda, cut out a number of content panels and determined that we could successfully break 40 companies at the conference and

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Off to Monaco For The Week

Yes the life of a jet-setting blogger and podcaster continues, as I prepare to cover the Global Messaging Conference for Corante in Monte Carlo. The usual events are building up, including a Monaco Mobile Monday, which I should be attending, and the usual industry events, but just decked out with a touch more glamour. I finally got around to checking my hotel’s physical location – booking was sorted out by a third party, so while I knew I had a hotel, the location wasn;t hugely important. Till I Google mapped it… Spot Casino Square, Mirabeau, Station Hairpin. …you either know

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