New Media Interchange

Douglas E. Welch on New Media Tea Time Ep. 19 – Limoncello, Ning.com and more

From New Media Tea Time

“Where high tech meets low tech for tea and chocolate. Part 2 talking with the amazing Douglas Welch about Ning communities, how he set his up and how the rest of us can do so too.”

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Filed under: Member, New Media, Video

Douglas guests on New Media Tea Time…again!

From the New Media Tea Time web site…

“Our resident New Media Expert, Doug Welch (DouglasEWelch.com) is back! Hosts Tracy Pattin and Danielle Gruen talk about eBooks and eBook trends (good news!) widgets, websites, blogs, themes, and of course tea!”

Filed under: Elsewhere, Member, New Media, Video

New Media Chat – February 3, 2010 @ 7pm

New Media Chat – Bring your questions

Time: February 3, 2010 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Online
Website or Map: http://tinychat.com/newmediainterchange
Phone: 818-804-5049

Organized By: Douglas E. Welch

Event Description

Join us for our twice-monthly New Media Chat where we discuss the New Media questions, issues and trends of the day.

Filed under: Chat, Community, Events, New Media

New Media Chat Transcript for January 6, 2010

This is a transcript of our latest New Media Chat, held online on January 6, 2010.

douglaswelch: Welcome everyone to this week’s New Media Chat, brought to you by http://newmediainterchange.com and http://DouglasEWelch.com
douglaswelch: If you like, you can see my shining face on my webcam at http://DouglasEWelch.com/webcam
junglejenny: I see the blue glare in your specs too!
douglaswelch: The conversation continues 24/7 on the New Media Interchange Community site at http://community.newmediainterchange.com
douglaswelch: Welcome all!
douglaswelch: Ah yes. One of the disadvantages of using a built in web cam when you have glasses. The screen reflects badly in them
tracypattin: Always a problem I find
douglaswelch: There were a couple of interesting topics that came up in our pre-show discussion, so why don
douglaswelch: don’t we start there.
douglaswelch: One question I have for George is his experience with his newly purchased Kodak Zi8
junglejenny: What is it and why do you use it?
georgestarcher: It is a HD video camera.  About $180 from Amazon.  it can shot 720p at 30 frames, 720p and 60 frames.  and 1080p at 30 f

Filed under: Chat, Community, Events, Hardware, Meeting, New Media, Software, Technology

Event: New Media Chat – Wed, Jan 6, 2009 – 7 PM

New Media Chat – Bring your questions

Time: January 6, 2010 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Online
Website or Map: http://tinychat.com/newmediainterchange
Phone: 818-804-5049

Organized By: Douglas E. Welch

Event Description

Join us for our twice-monthly New Media Chat where we discuss the New Media questions, issues and trends of the day.

Filed under: Chat, Community, Events

A Singer/Songwriter makes good use of New Media

Singer/Songwriter Matthew Moran has figured out that New Media can bring him some big benefits. He has a full featured web site at http://www.matthewmoranonline.com/ and has recently started streaming most of his live shows.

Matthew understands that one of the most important things he can do for his music and his career is allow people to hear it, like it, buy it. It doesn’t matter if they join him live at a venue or watch remotely over the Internet, it only matters that they are exposed to his music.

I am often fond of saying that “music/books/scripts don’t sell themselves in a drawer!” People have to see/read/hear your product in order to decide whether it is something they might buy. Your job is to offer this exposure in as many was as possible. You need to provide people a way to stumble upon your work — whatever form it might take.

Check out Matthew’s site for links to his live streams, recorded video, music samples and more. Even better, buy his CD or attend a live performance and show him you appreciate his work.

Filed under: Case Study, Community, Events, Live, New Media, News, Real World Example

Top 11 Posts from New Media Interchange for 2009

Here is a list of the top 11 New Media Interchange posts for 2009


  1. What’s the differences between a Facebook Group and Fan Page
  2. Video: SteadyStick CamCorder Stabilizer
  3. Recently Shared: DIY Camera Stabilizer
  4. Twitter Software and more! – New Media Answers 015
  5. New: Zoom Q3: Flip Video-type camera with better audio
  6. In The Field with Tracy Pattin- New Media and Social Media Travels Around LA
  7. In The Field….At PresentationCampLA
    In The Field… At The Writer’s Guild of America
  8. News: Where your favorite actress could end up next: YouTube
  9. In The Field…Another Great Evening of Idea Pitching
  10. Video: Izzy Video 110 – The Rule of Thirds
  11. Video: New Media Answers 012 – Facebook
    Event: “From Camera to YouTube” – A Workshop

    Filed under: Community, New Media, News

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