Upcoming event: February 11 & March 12 See more at the Business Link Alberta site at this link : Business Link Small Business Seminars Podcasting, Blogging, Online Syndication Podcasting is part of the new social media sweeping the online marketing landscape. It’s all about communicating with a new audience using a new media and engaging […]Read more "Business Link Small Business Seminar – Blogs, Podcasting, Online Syndication"
As posted on Podcasting News – “According to Forrester analyst James L. McQuivey, Ph.D., you’ll encounter “a dozen video platforms per day,” – what he calls an OmniVideo world.” “In Forrester’s view, video “is about to explode, driving up total video viewing time from 4 hours per day to 5 hours by 2013.” “The percent of video that […]Read more "By 2012, Internet Video Will Be Everywhere"
BRASScast Episode 23 – Part 1 of 3 – Advanced Systems Web 2.0 Seminar “Growing your business online – with Peter DeWit” click arrow to listen online click here to download MP3 file >>> [download original file] ___________________________________________________________________________________________ This episode features Peter DeWit from Nova Media Inc speaking on ‘How to grow your business online’. Show Notes […]Read more "BRASScast Episode 23 – Part 1 of 3 – Advanced Systems Web 2.0 Seminar – Growing Your Business Online"
We now have our own page on Youtube . . . as BRASSmedia Canada or http://www.youtube.com/brassmediacanada to be exact. This way we can keep our private videos separate from our BRASSmedia videos. Videos from our last two presentations are up on YouTube…May 6, 2008 Business Link Brown Bag Lunch seminar on Podcasting for Business, and […]Read more "BRASSmedia Canada on YouTube"
The Canadian Radio and Television Commission has launched a major review of the impact that the internet is having on Canadian broadcasting and whether it should try to govern content on new digital media. That’s quite a change from 1999 when they announced the following in this news release: News Release May 17, 1999 CRTC WON’T […]Read more "CRTC investigating new media in Canada"