BloggerCon 03

7
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2003

Webcast BloggerCon

Webcast der BloggerCon 2003 (Real Player Format):

* Weblogs and Journalism.
* The Cluetrain 2003 - The Second Superpower.
* Weblogs in Presidential Politics I.
* Weblogs in Presidential Politics II.
* AudioBlogging.

Reinhören!

Die vollständige Liste der Webcasts gibt's unter:
http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/bloggerCon/webcast

Die N.Y Times und Blogs - Interviews anlässlich der BlogerCon 2003

Christopher Lydon hat anlässlich der BolggerCon 2003 Interviews mit dem Chef der New York Times.com, Len Apcar, mit Jeff Jarvis, mit Jay Rosen und mit Adam Curry geführt:

Listen to Len Apcar and make your own guess how long it will be before the New York Times (the online edition) certifies the sea change in media with its own Times-style blog about opera, or art, or more likely, about the 2004 presidential campaign. Editor in chief of The New York Times on the Web, Len Apcar brought Times majesty to BloggerCon this weekend, and a certain blog envy, too.

Hier das Interview mit Len Apcar als mp3.

Jeff Jarvis:
Jeff Jarvis put it this way: "I'm not sure what's more important--for the big institutions (whether that's a newspaper or a presidential candidate) to blog... or to read blogs... The Internet gives a chance to make the audience shine, make the audience the star. The first job is to point to them." The real opportunity for newspapers, he suggested, could be to enable, coach and sponsor bloggers. "It's an entirely new relationship with your readers. The readers are your writers now, and that's a great new thing."
Hier das Interview mit Jeff Jarvis.

Jay Rosen (Weblog: PressThink):
Blogs are undoing the system for generating authority and therefore credibility of news providers that's been accumulating for well over 100 years. And the reason is that the mass audience is slowly, slowly disappearing. And the one-to-many broadcasting model of communications--where I have the news and I send it out to everybody out there who's just waiting to get it--doesn't describe the world anymore. And so people who have a better description of the world are picking up the tools of journalism and doing it. It's small. Its significance is not clear. But it's a potentially transforming development... I like [it] when things get shaken up, and when people don't know what journalism is and they have to rediscover it. So in that sense I'm very optimistic."
Hier das Interview mit Jay Rosen.

Adam Curry:
Adam Curry comes now to the summit of blogging from The Netherlands and show business, with a head full of ideas about practical technology to liberate expressive international artists.
Hier das Interview von Christopher Lydon mit Adam Curry.

[Quelle: Christopher Lydon Interviews ]

29
Sep
2003

BloggerCon 2003 - Webcast, IRC + Radio

Am Wochenende vom 4./5. Oktober 2003 steigt The BloggerCon 2003. Dazu gibt's jetzt nähere Infos:

Hier das BlogRoll der BloggerCon 2003-Teilnehmenden.

Wer nicht dabei sein kann, kommt dafür in den Genuss einer "Radio-Version":

BloggerCon will also represent a milestone in the integration of radio and weblogs, with public radio personality Christopher Lydon hosting a live webcast emanating from BloggerCon, and taping segments for programs to be broadcast in the future as well as being made available for free download through the Berkman weblog server in MP3 format. The entire program will be available under a Creative Commons license.

Day 1, Saturday October 4, has a single track. Sunday's program, which has five tracks, and includes free training in weblog writing, is open to all people who are interested in weblogs and is free of charge.

Oder man kann sich per Webcast "einklinken". Oder aber per IRC.

Weitere Infos gibt's im PressRelease1.

[Via: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/bloggerCon/]

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