Archive for the ‘Sponsors’ Category

h1

SponsorCast: Podcast.com

September 22, 2006

Justin from Podcast.com says hello!

Advertisements
h1

SponsorCast: Podchick.com

September 17, 2006

PodChick.com weighs in with their audio promo.

h1

PodCamp Metrics

September 15, 2006

In the interests of continuing full disclosure, here are some metrics about PodCamp.

  • Scope: 346 registered attendees; originally planned for 215.
  • Initial projected need: $5,000
  • Actual need: $10,420
  • Actual raised: $15,614
  • Peak website traffic: 18,000 unique visitors in 24 hours
  • Web site traffic over last 14 days: 88,559 unique visitors
  • Number of blog posts: 932 via technorati, 1,101 via Google Blogsearch
  • Number of photos: 693 on Flickr under tag podcamp, additional under podcamp+boston

For our generous sponsors, we want to emphasize that in addition to building goodwill and building brand association, we were actually able to deliver $886 worth of sponsorship exposure at the industry standard $10/CPM. It’s vitally important that everyone at PodCamp had a good time, but secondarily, it’s nice to be able to show sponsors that they weren’t just flinging hard-earned dollars into a big black hole.

Christopher Penn, Organizer & Co-Founder

h1

Sponsorcast: The Aloft Group

September 13, 2006

Podtini and the Aloft Group stepped up to sponsor PodCamp. Here’s their promo.

MP3 file.

h1

Sponsorcast: CC Chapman’s Managing the Gray

September 13, 2006

CC Chapman stepped up and sponsored PodCamp as an individual. Here’s one of his show’s promos.

MP3 file.

h1

Sponsorcast: Museum of Science Boston video

September 13, 2006

From our venue sponsor, the Museum of Science, Boston a video clip.

h1

Kickoff!

September 8, 2006

PodCamp Boston has officially started with the incredibly warm reception given by the Berkman Center for Law at Harvard University this past evening. What a tremendous event – our thanks go to the staff of the Center for its gracious reception and presentation, the Brief History of Podcasting. John Palfrey introduced the event, I did a quick thing, then Chris Lydon presented a brief history of podcasting, from the earliest days when Dave Winer was just testing out the technology itself. Colin Rhinesmith presented a terrific mashup of some early podcasting moments, and much fun was had. We can’t thank the Berkman Center enough for its hospitality! The very, very least we could do was add the Berkman Center to our family of sponsors, which is finalized at:

PodCamp Boston Sponsors ($200 or more)

PodCamp Boston Donors (under $200)

  • Hobby Software – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Whitney Hoffman/LD Podcast – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Tereas Amadis Wann – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Kevin Mullins – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Casey Mckinnon/Galacticast – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Anonymous Generous Blogger – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Paul Grous – $99.71 contribution – member of PodCamp Plus!
  • Amanda G. Watlington – $48.25 contribution
  • Bryan Person – $24.95 contribution
  • Disc of Light Publishing Group – $19.12 contribution
  • Alice Fritz – $12.32 contribution
  • Gary Grainger – $11.23 contribution
  • Donationcoder – $9.41 contribution
  • Eric Allam stock – $6.50 contribution

We are energized for PodCamp’s first sessions on Saturday. See you there!

Christopher Penn, PodCamp organizer and co-founder