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Put it On Your Calendar: Answers to Your Podcasting Questions — LIVE via Video

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ScottInStudioDo you have a questions about any (or all) of the Four P’s of Podcasting® (Plan, Produce, Publish, Promote)?  Are you not quite clear on how to ensure a guest sounds great (and not salesy) during an interview on your show? Would you like to ask me any questions about podcasting. . .and do so without having to pay our standard consulting fee?  If your answer is ‘Yes’, I’ve got good stuff coming your way:

This THURSDAY (1/29/09) at 9:00AM PST, I will be testing our new multi-camera, multi-input live video streaming capabilities by offering 45 minutes of interactive podcast questions and answers to any participant joining us during this live session.  This will be a first-in, first-served arrangement where I’ll do my best to answer as many of your podcasting questions as possible during our time together.  I think it’ll be pretty cool.

Here’s the scoop:

Date: January 29, 2009
Time: 9:00AM PST
URL: http://www.podworx.com/LivePodcastAnswers

See you on Thursday!

Posted on Monday, January 26, 2009 · 3 Comments

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3 Responses to “Put it On Your Calendar: Answers to Your Podcasting Questions — LIVE via Video”
  1. bill says:

    The streaming video/audio quality was excellent. Next to the video, my browser kept showing:
    disconnect (security)
    reconnect…
    connect to chat1.ustream.tv:6667
    please wait…

    I presume that there was a chat window next to the video stream?

    I suspect that our corporate network firewall was blocking access to this port.

  2. bill says:

    FYI: TCP port 6667, the chatroom port that ustream uses, is the same port that is used by another Internet chat program IRC (Internet Relay Chat). Unfortunately, IRC is now frequently used by computer hackers to remotely control people’s computers. That means that port 6667 is typically flagged as an untrustworthy port by corporate firewalls.

    For maximal compatibility and interactivity with your guests, I recommend moving that chat port to something more “friendly” like port 80.

  3. Scott Whitney says:

    Thanks for figuring that out, Bill. I’m afraid that Ustream.tv does not allow somebody to change the chat port. . .not completely sure. . .but after some quick searching, I didn’t see a way to make that happen.

    Perhaps, I’ll add Skype chat to the session as well.

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