Watch the #KitchenParty! A food show recorded using latest New Media tool — Google Hangouts on Air

The recording of our Thursday, September 20, 2012 episode of KitchenParty is now online.

I am part of the crew for this new foodie show sponsored by Bakespace.com. We are using Google Hangouts to hold a conversation based around some food topic each Thursday night at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT.

Google Hangouts are one of the newest New Media kids on the block and lots of people are taking advantage of them for both personal and more professional shows. Hangouts integrate directly with YouTube. This means that once your Hangout On Air completes, it is automatically uploaded to your YouTube Channel without any further action from you. For large files, like this one hour show, this cuts out a lot of the traditional editing and rendering required for  a traditionally recorded show.

Hangouts give you a simple to use place to record conversations with up to 10 people at once, which is nearly perfect if you are doing a show like KitchenParty. One more tool for your New Media toolbox.

Please give us a “Like” on YouTube and tune in next Thursday at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT for our next show!

Tonight’s Topic: Kids back in school? Looking for good things to feed them? Fed up with junk food?

Join us as we discuss healthier food options for our kids this school year. Joining us will be J.M. Hirsch, the food editor of the Associated Press and Katie Workman, Co-Founder of Cookstr.com and author of Mom 101.

In addition, we’ll also publish our healthy lunch options cookbook. To add your recipe to our cookbook, submit it here: http://bit.ly/QdXNNr

My links from tonight’s show:

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