Following on the success of last fall's BarCamp new media "unconference," tech-savvy musicians, marketers, bloggers and developers will gather this month in Nashville to discuss blogging, social media, podcasting, online video and more. The fourth annual PodCamp Nashville will be held at the Cadillac Ranch on Saturday, March 26, and is designed for anyone interested in online media to share ideas, hear from industry experts, and participate in discussions and demos.
Like BarCamp Nashville, PodCamp promises to bring together creative, tech and business types from across Nashville to exchange expertise and collaborate on developing new ideas and projects. It's a fantastic opportunity to meet people and get involved in local new media development. Speaker's Butler Lucas Hendrickson explains this year's theme as a call to "express yourself on the impact of digital culture on your life." A chance to express "your passion for digital culture — not only talking about the tools of the trade, but the reasons why we love the process and the practice of living the digital life."
Register in advance to get a preprinted name badge (and maybe a t-shirt). Admission is FREE. Then sign up for sessions that you'd like to attend.
If you're attending, speaking at, or sponsoring PodCamp, you can promote your involvement with special web badges.
If you're looking for a way to get more involved in the social media/tech community, volunteer to help before or during the event by contacting Sam Bradley.
For the most up-to-date news about PodCamp Nashville, follow @pcn on Twitter.
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