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Video: New Media Answers 013 – Getting the word out

Douglas E. Welch and Tracy Pattin from New Media Interchange talk about how to get the word out about your new media projects.

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New Media Challenge 002 – Interview

This challenge, should you decide to accept it, is to do a short interview with someone on any topic. That’s it. Video, audio, photo journalism, whatever.

Post your entires to the New Media Interchange Community site by Midnight PST Feb 15, 2009.

Introduce us to one of your “neat friends”. Below is a link to an experiment I did on Seesmic a while ago, Doug’s Neat Friends and a talk with my neat friend, John Braheny.

Filed under: Events, New Media, New Media Challenge, Video

Elsewhere Online: New Media: What are you waiting for?

New Media: What are you waiting for?

From Careers in New Media and Podcasting by Douglas E. Welch

In my on-going effort to show everyone how new media can help them in their business, career and life, I am often meet with skepticism and resistance. Years ago, the Internet created a huge opportunity for everyone to create their own media and, for the first time ever, easily distribute directly to their audience. Still, despite the relative popularity and success of sites like YouTube, only a fraction of the population creates media, despite the obvious benefits.

More and more I am inclined to ask, “What are you waiting for?” In that regard, I offer some typical excuses for not using new media and, hopefully, a few good answers that might give people a reason to adopt new media as one of their tools.

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Douglas E Welch – “Spreading the Word”- OC Podcasters February Meetup

For our February 11th OC Podcasters meeting we have a speaker lined up, Douglas E. Welch. We’re asking that you PLEASE RSVP so we can get a headcount for how many will be attending.


Douglas E WelchHow to use social media, in all its forms, to support your podcast, without going mad in the process.

Having a social media presence is an important part of every podcasters marketing strategy, but how do you do it without spending more time marketing than producing your shows. Douglas E. Welch shows you how to hook all the parts together so that an action on one social media service can easily propagate to many others — spreading the word, without wearing you out.


You can find more info and where to RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/ocpodcasters/calendar/9591800/OC Podcasters is planning to stream via uStream during the event. http://www.ocpodcasters.com/live

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News: From A Weekend Musician, To Making $4.2 Million… By Giving Music Away Free

An interesting article on how direct connection with their audience has turned into an amazing money-maker for one musician.

From A Weekend Musician, To Making $4.2 Million… By Giving Music Away Free

Here’s yet another one for the books to respond to those who claim that music giveaways only work for “big” artists. Corey Smith was a high school teacher, doing weekend music gigs. Then, apparently, his manager had a revelation and started giving all of his music away for free: and last year Corey brought in $4.2 million. And the music industry is complaining that if the government doesn’t step in creative content will cease to exist?

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Discussion Forums

Douglas E. Welch Winners of NMI January Giveaway

Started by Douglas E. Welch in News 17 hours ago.

Started by Douglas E. Welch in Conversation. Last reply by Douglas E. Welch 1 day ago.

Jeri Unselt Joomla 2 Replies

Started by Jeri Unselt in Technology. Last reply by Jeri Unselt Jan 19.

Started by Tracy Pattin in Technology. Last reply by Liam Jan 19.

Jeri Unselt Podpress 1 Reply

Started by Jeri Unselt in Technology. Last reply by Douglas E. Welch Jan 15.

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Winners – January NMI Giveaway

The winners of the NMI January Giveaway have been selected. If your name appears below, please send your postal mail information toinfo@newmediainterchange.com.


The winners were chosen from the list of members who have signed onto the NMI Community site (http://community.newmediainterchange.com) as of January 17, 2009.

To participate in future giveaways, please join your fellow members on the community site.

Glenn Bennett – A copy of Expert Podcasting Practices For Dummies 

Michael Payne – A copy of a special New Media issue of Written By, the magazine of the Writers Guild of America with a profile of producers/writer, Joss Whedon

Mathew Moran – A copy of a special New Media issue of Written By, the magazine of the Writers Guild of America with a profile of producers/writer, Joss Whedon

Thanks to all who have joined!

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News: Child actor David Faustino re-emerges to tell (almost) all in ‘Star-ving’

An interesting article on David Faustino’s foray into a web-only series.

‘Married . . . With Children’ star tries his hand at a Web-only series on Crackle.com.

“The reunion called for Faustino’s successful former cast mates to reprise their original roles, but at the table read with Ed O’Neill, Katey Sagal and Christina Applegate, he discovers he’s now “the pizza guy,” and some other actor will assume his old role as the mischievous Bud Bundy.

The movie idea is a joke, of course — one that Faustino came up with himself and that marked the first time since the curtain came down on “Married . . . With Children” that the cast had come together for a show.

It’s the kind of humor audiences can expect from “Star-ving,” a new weekly Web-only comedy series premiering Friday on Crackle.com, an online video network backed by Sony Pictures Entertainment. Faustino plays an exaggerated version of himself in the series, which he wrote and developed with several friends as an “anti- Entourage.””

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Douglas explains New Media Interchange




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My friend, Michael, got this nice shot of me explaining New Media Interchange to a first time attendee at the New Media Interchange Media Walk at Travel Town.

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Media Walk at Travel Town




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Michael Lawshe has some pictures of the wide variety of equipment he was demonstrating at the New Media Interchange Media Walk on Saturday.

Click the photo for more pictures from Michael’s Flickr Photostream.

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NMI Media Walk Animoto Video

A short Animoto video created from Joseph Welch’s pictures of the NMI Media Walk

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New Media Interchange Media Walk @ Travel Town

There are lots of photos from today’s NMI Media Walk at Travel Town in my Flicker Photostream. Click the photo for more.

You can also see other photos tagged with New Media Interchange photos on Flickr at the Flickr tag newmediainterchange .

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Video: New Media Answers 012 – Facebook Fan Pages and more

In this continuing series, Douglas E. Welch and Tracy Pattin talk about Facebook Fan pages and more.

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Recently Shared: DIY Camera Stabilizer

My fellow Friends in Tech member, Kreg Steppe, shared this interesting link for a homebuilt camera stablizer. I have been wanting one of these. — Douglas

DIY: Camera stabilizer

This is really great looking camera stabilization rig. It certainly can compete with the professional models and seems to cost a lot less. I really like the universal joint that allows for some incredible movement.

Inspired by the Steadicam Merlin, and unwilling to spend £500 on that device, I set about making my own, following the basic principles of the Merlin and other similar designs viewable on the internet.

More about DIY: Camera stabilizer

Filed under: Hardware, New Media, News, Technology, Tips, Video

Recently in the NMI Community Forums

Douglas E. Welch

MTV Networks 2009 Summer Associate Program

Started by Douglas E. Welch in Jobs and Careers Jan 10.

Douglas E. Welch

Looking to Build Book Advisory Board

Started by Douglas E. Welch in Conversation Jan 7.

Rosanne Welch

New Media/TV Doubts Parallel Old TV/radio Doubts 1 Reply

Started by Rosanne Welch in News. Last reply by Douglas E. Welch Jan 7.

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Great video and audio info from Izzy Video

Get great information on producing your own New Media projects from Izzy Video.

I met Izzy at PodCampAZ back in November and he has a host of information to help make your New Media projects the best that they can be. He is also a great guy, so check him out.

Visit the blog, community site and subscribe to the podcast

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New Media Answers 011 – Video, Video, Video

In this continuing series, Douglas E. Welch and Tracy Pattin talk about video…and produce it as well, in this, the first video installment in the New Media Answer series.

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Recent Discussions in the New Media Interchange Forums

When should we hold our first NMI Online Seminar? 6 Replies

Started by Douglas E. Welch in Technology. Last reply by liana lehua 1 day ago.

News: Newspapers Face Discussion about Distribution

Started by Rosanne Welch in Technology Dec. 31, 2008.

Let’s Introduce Ourselves! 1 Reply

Started by Steve Boyett in Conversation. Last reply by Douglas E. Welch Dec. 31, 2008.

Join these discussions and more on the New Media Interchange Community site.

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Sampler: Mortgage rates and the Bailout – January 1, 2009

This is a show hosted by New Media Interchange member, Rick Gundzik and produced by NMi Founder, Douglas E. Welch and is presented here as a sampler of member’s work.

Have any of the bailout plans worked? We discuss the past few bailout ideas and why we think the Fed’s latest attempt to push mortgage rates down will work. Mortgages Made Simple logo We have touched on this plan before but we add some more commentary and delve a little deeper. Nothing but the best for our listener’s on New Year’s Day. Get ready for an exciting 2009!

Happy New Year!

If you have any questions you would like us to answer on our show, please call our listener line at 714-519-7833 or email mortgagepodcast@gmail.com.

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