Following is the e-mail I just recieved from the PAB folks . . . check out PAB – Podcasters Across Borders. Here are some links to previous PABs.
Information on previous conferences is available on the Previous PABs webpage. From there, you can view a summary of attendees and speaking sessions. There is also a catalog of (publicly available) recorded sessions from PAB2006 and PAB2007.”
“Early registration is taking place for one week only… Sunday, January 27 through Saturday, February 2.
PAB2008 is happening June 20-22, 2008 in Kingston, Ontario (Canada). Your registration includes three days of workshops and sessions, social events, a hot and cold buffet lunch (including vegan selections), a boat cruise and more. Even though conference space is limited to 160 people, Kingston is a great family-oriented town and an increasing number of PABbers are bringing their partners and children along for a vacation. As such, the boat cruise is open to PAB families.
Early registration is your one chance to take advantage of the special rate of CDN$90. During the week of January 27 through February 2 you will be able to use the online registration tool to guide you through the registration process and then submit payment. Paypal is our preferred method and guarantees that you will have a seat at PAB2008. If you would rather pay by cheque, details will be available on the payment screen.
For those who miss early registration, regular registration will open on March 15, 2008 at a rate of CDN$125/person.
Information on previous conferences is available on the Previous PABs webpage. From there, you can view a summary of attendees and speaking sessions. There is also a catalog of (publicly available) recorded sessions from PAB2006 and PAB2007.
Feel free to forward this email to anyone you believe would be interested. Keep watching the PodcastersAcrossBorders.com website and listening to the Canadian Podcast Buffet for details on the PAB2008 conference program and registration details. Email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Bob and Mark “
Talk to you later . . .