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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

February 18, 2007

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PodCamp Toronto Feb. 24-25 is FREE!

We're going to PodCamp Toronto... we will see you there?

A little while ago, I received an email from Leesa Barnes inviting me (and our team) to PodCamp in Toronto, an event taking place this coming weekend in you guessed it, Toronto!

PodCamp takes place over two days at the Rogers Communications Centre at Ryerson University, offering podcasters, listeners of podcasts, bloggers, readers, and other media representatives a free, interactive community event where the Canadian industry can meetup in a central location to learn, network, and make new friends.

Registration for PodCamp is free of charge. Getting your name on the list of attendees is as easy as visiting the official PodCamp Toronto website, selecting the EDIT button and adding your name to the registration list. The editing password is: canuck

After you register, be sure to join the Google group to keep up-to-date with everything PodCamp Toronto.

PodCamp is a 100% free, volunteer, sponsor-supported event. It is born out of the desire to share information and learn more about audio and video podcasting and related subjects.

What's a PodCamp anyway?

The first PodCamp was held in Boston in September 2006. That event has inspired many more PodCamp events, including PodCamp Toronto.

For more information on PodCamp Toronto.

PodCamp is a neologism coined by Chris Penn as a distinction from BarCamp.

If you're in Toronto, Southern Ontario or Up State New York, join us at Podcamp Toronto 2007.

Both David and I will be there on the Saturday of PodCamp Toronto 2007 and we look forward to meeting you!

Best,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Google, industry, New York


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