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Date: Wednesday, 02 Apr 2008 17:36
Becky Hogge from the Open Rights Group leads the opening session on EU and UK media regulation and how this likely to impact upon UK podcasters and media producers.

For further information see the Open Rights Group

Duration: 47:29
Filesize: 133.6 MB
Datarate: 388 kbps
Attached Media: video/quicktime (140 61 ko)
Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "podcasters, podcasting, regulation, legi..."
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Date: Wednesday, 02 Apr 2008 17:36
Dean Whitbread (UKPA) moderates a panel on music, podcasting and rights, including Ewan Spence from The Podcast Network, Andy Harrower from MCPS-PRS who outlines the new podcasting licence, and Simon Wheeler from AIM who explains AIM's the rationale behind the UK's first label-driven podcast licence.

Duration: 01:15:49
Filesize: 215.2 MB
Datarate: 388 kbps
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "podcasting, AIM, MCPS-PRS, licence, musi..."
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Date: Friday, 23 Nov 2007 17:43
Interview with Lloyd Davis, the man behind the Social Media Café initiative which is designed to provide a physical space to support offline relationships in tandem with online activity.

For further information see the wiki: http://londonsocialmediacafe.pbwiki.com

Duration: 10:20
Filesize: 9.5 MB
Bitrate: 128 kbps
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "Social Media Cafe, UKPA, UKPA,podcasters..."
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Date: Thursday, 19 Apr 2007 21:41
This recording is completely unedited, made from the stage at the Radio Academy Production '07 event at Café Royal, London, on Thursday 19th April, 2007.

Dean Whitbread (UKPA) was on a "Future of Podcasting" panel with James Cridland (Virgin), Clare Chadburn (BBC Radio 1), Simon Poole (UBC), Paul Sylvester (Chrysalis).

Duration: 34 mins
Filesize: 46.73MB
Bitrate: 192kbps
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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Date: Tuesday, 17 Apr 2007 08:00
Monday 16th April 2007, Dean Whitbread spoke at the BECTU Future Distribution event.

About BECTU - BECTU is the independent union for those working in broadcasting, film, theatre, entertainment, leisure, interactive media and allied areas. The union represents permanently employed, contract and freelance workers who are primarily based in the United Kingdom.
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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Date: Tuesday, 10 Apr 2007 12:33
In March I met Simon Wheeler, in a Denmark Street studio kindly donated by UKPA member Michael Franklin.

We discussed AIM, independent music and the AIM podcast licensing scheme, for which UKPA members will be able to receive a discount if they apply through the Association.
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "AIM, license, music, UKPA,podcasters,ass..."
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Date: Monday, 11 Dec 2006 17:31
John Buckley leads the panel on Citizen Journalism at this year's PodcastCon. With him are Suw Charman from Open Rights Group, Neil McIntosh from the Guardian, and Chris Vallance from the BBC.

Paul Nicholls also makes an appearance as event M.C.

NB: Download alert: iTunes may not download the entire video for some reason known only to Apple - if your video stops halfway through, right click on the title above and save to disk.

51:20 - 130MB MP4 video.
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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Date: Thursday, 02 Nov 2006 16:36
Dean Whitbread attends the AOP Conference, London, October 4th 2006. Contains Tim O’Reilly’s presentation with Q&A;, and personal commentary on the day.
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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Date: Thursday, 02 Nov 2006 16:31
Dean Whitbread at In The City, Manchester, October 29th 2006, on the "Podbashing" panel.

Podbashing - A New British Sport

MCPS have devised a licence for music podcasters. The royalty rate will be the greater of either 12% of the gross revenue (MCPS Admin Charge) or the minimum fee per track downloaded as part of the podcast: full-track 1.5p; half-track (less than 50 per cent by duration) 0.75p.

That’s a lot of revenue potential, especially if your website gets a heap of hits.

This panel will look at the price of Podcasting and the industry’s approach to a global phenomenon that benefits those at the thin end of the longtail. The panel will also look at podsafe music and the “reach vs money spent” comparison of Podcasting and Radio.

Tim Grimsditch, Director of Strategy at FRUKT (M)
Dean Whitbread, Chairman of the UK Podcasters Association.
Simon Wheeler, Chairman of AIM’s New Media Commitee
Andy Harrower, Online Business Development Manager at PRS
Alexander Ross, Partner at Wiggin (Lawyers)
James Cridland, Director of Digital Media at Virgin Radio
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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Date: Thursday, 12 Oct 2006 23:14
Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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Date: Saturday, 23 Sep 2006 18:12
Paul Nicholls, the man who first suggested forming a national association for UK podcasters, gives his vision on UKPA - why it was formed, how it benefits podcasters, and why UKPA is a good idea.
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Author: "UKPA (podcasts@ukpodcasters.org.uk)" Tags: "UKPA,podcasters,association,membership,g..."
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