Join us for New Media Interchange and find out!
Maybe you’ve heard of YouTube, watched a few videos, made some “friends” on Facebook, maybe even listened to a few podcasts, but you’re wondering what New Media can do for you, your organization or your business.
New Media Interchange can open the door to New Media and a new world where you can get your message, your writing, your videos, your music out to a global audience. Visibility is the most important goal in today’s world. You can be the best chef, the best writer, the best Realtor, but if no one knows what you do, does it really matter? New Media can introduce you to a world full of new contacts, viewers, listeners and readers.
Our next meeting of New Media Interchange:
Sherman Oaks Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library
(In coordination with their twice-monthly Internet Seminars)
14245 Moorpark Street, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
RSVP Online at Upcoming.org – http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/989139
For more information on New Media Interchange, visit http://newmediainterchange.com
How can you use New Media? The options are almost endless. It all depends on what you want to accomplish.
- Start a blog to share your writing, your restaurant’s menu, your philosophy, your charity’s message or communicate with your businesses’ customers.
- Create videos to highlight your band’s performance, your favorite hikes, your unique knowledge of a topic, sell real estate or your products, hold lectures and classes online.
- Create audio and video shows. Deliver them right to your audience’s computers and media players (iPods and others) automatically.
- Broadcast your band’s performance, lectures, speeches, panel discussions, interviews and more LIVE using only your computer, a web cam and an Internet connection.
- …and much, much more!
Join us for New Media Interchange, a FREE group dedicated to bringing the power of new media to everyone, and learn what New Media can do for you.
New Media Interchange was founded by Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster and computer consultant of 20+ years. Douglas also teaches Podcasting and New Media for Writers for UCLA Extension.
Visit http://newmediainterchange.com for more information.