Everything Tagged With "podcasting"
055: In the Rear View
October 17, 2022: Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick 055 is also my 18th anniversary as a podcaster. It inspired me to take a careful look back. Are you okay with what you've done in the last twenty years?
050: Special Anniversary Episode!
September 12, 2022: Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick 050 celebrates the fiftieth episode of this iteration of the podcast, including a look back and, most importantly, a look ahead.
017: Fifteen Years Podcasting
October 15, 2019: In a rare and special episode of Sonitotum, I look back and forward as I observe the fifteenth anniversary of my first podcast episode.
Another Nomination For The Brave Men Run Podcast!
June 20, 2006: I'm very pleased to announce that the Brave Men Run Podcast has been... nominated to tbe nominated... in the Best Storytelling category of the first Podcast Peer Awards.
BMR, MWS Media Featured In New Book
June 3, 2006: Got my hands on "Tricks of the Podcasting Masters" by Rob Walch and Mur Lafferty today. I spoke to Mur while she was researching the book some time ago, and today was pleased to discover about two pages dedicated to the Brave Men Run podcast edition, MWS Media, and my thoughts on the DIY aspects…
It’s An Honor To Be Nominated!
May 31, 2006: I just discovered that the podcast edition of my first book, "Brave Men Run - A Novel of the Sovereign Era," has been nominated for a Parsec Award in the Best Speculative Fiction Story (Long Form) category!
Reeling In The Webcast
February 1, 2006: As part of my attempts to Scale Back and Sharpen Up, I've pulled the plug on DIY Endeavors Radio.
Podcast Expo Day Two
November 13, 2005: Holy crap... I don't even know where to begin. Let's go with first impressions again, okay? MTV can't sell me on their bullshit, still, more, forever and ever, amen. Doug Kaye deserves your help. Some people are done doing it for themselves, and the world's a better place because of it. Dave Slusher doesn't have…
Podcast Expo Day One
November 11, 2005: So, my first conference. I feel like a grown-up, kinda. Impressions: Many people... many people... still think in terms of podcasting as an entry into Old Media, like radio or major labels or whatnot. Some do not. Which is good. Brian Ibbott is gracious but nervous around drooling fanboys. Can't say I blame him. If…