[nfb-talk] social media vs. podcasts or streaming
john at johnheim.com
Thu Mar 15 16:10:38 UTC 2018
While I suppose that technically, podcasting isn't part of social media,
I am not sure many people would find that distinction meaningful. How
sure are you that a part of the social media coordinator's job won't be
Is the Braille Monitor available as a podcast? I am guessing you can
already get it as a sound file, right? If you are already able to
download the Braille Monitor as a sound file, then all you need to do to
turn it into a podcast is to create an XML file describing those files
and upload that to the same place as the sound files. Viola, podcast!
The only difference between a collection of audio/video files and a
podcast is that XML file.
I'd be willing to create the XML file. I have a perl script that makes
it extremely easy.
On 03/15/2018 09:11 AM, beth.wright--- via nfb-talk wrote:
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> Hi, folm.
> I noticed this morning that, on the NFB master list, there was an announcement of a job posting for a social media coordinator. While I know it's important for us to keep up with te latest technologies, some of us will never adopt social media, no matter how many coordinators you hire. A little while back, there was a message on one of the NFB lists asking for people willing to do some NFB related podcasting. Has anyone followed up on that? To me, this sounds like a great idea. Maybe I'm just getting old, ane I know our resources are limited, but I would much prefer podcasts and audio streaming to social media. Incidentally, I'll be turning 70 tomorrow. Anybody have any thoughts
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