Soapbox Salon: Soapbox and Podcasts – Hitting the Internet Airwaves

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In today’s mass media world, your donors and supporters are inundated with information. Cutting through the chatter and reaching your audience can be difficult, especially when you’re short on time and money. Setting your organization apart from the rest using modern messaging channels can provide you with a unique differentiator and add value to your campaigns and news distribution. One way to achieve this: podcasting.

Never heard of podcasting? Think it sounds like a fishing term? Fear not…well, unless you’re going to the “Keep Fear Alive” rally with Stephen Colbert this weekend in DC! At our next FREE Soapbox Salon on Thursday, November 4, we’ll show you the basics of creating your very own podcast, and help you make the most of this broadcasting tool.

In one short hour, understand why podcasts provide you access to a unique audience, learn how to create a podcast, and discuss how podcasting can be incorporated to your larger communications strategy

PICnet’s Soapbox Salon
Soapbox and Podcasts – Hitting the Internet Airwaves

When: Thursday, November 4, 2010
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET
Where: PICnet’s DC Office – 1605 Connecticut Ave. 3rd Floor, Washington, DC (across the street from the Dupont Circle Metro station’s north exit OR ONLINE (with directions on how once you register)

What: You bring your questions, ideas, and lunch, and we’ll bring answers and refreshments.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 3, 2010 by clicking the link below and registering for the event.

Questions? Contact Julie Dennis at julie@picnet.net or by calling (202) 585-0273.

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Registration — http://bit.ly/aaJxU1
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We hope to see you there!

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