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Podcast Episode 83 - CloudTix and the Mobile Ticketing Experience

This episode serves as a farewell to Amelia Northrup who has been working with the Technology in the Arts for the past two years while she completed her Master in Arts Management degree at Carnegie Mellon. We wish her the best of luck in her new adventures in the field!

CloudTix allows a venue's patrons to select seats and purchase tickets with an easy-to-use mobile app
CloudTix allows a venue's patrons to select seats and purchase tickets with an easy-to-use mobile app

In this episode, Amelia talks with Bill Predmore, Founder and President of POP - an interactive marketing agency crafting innovative experiences for the web, mobile devices and emerging technologies. Their discussion focuses on CloudTix, a new platform for mobile ticketing experiences which allows patron's to learn more about a performance, view multimedia content, select their seats, and purchase tickets from within an easy-to-use mobile application.

Podcast Episode #82 - Tech Tips for Small Arts Organizations

techtipsIn this episode, the Technology in the Arts team discuss 10 tech tips to help small arts organizations maximizing their effectiveness while minimizing the impact on their budgets. Topics include: all things Google, free broadcast email, social media strategy, establishing a mobile presence, using Facebook as your brand, location-based social media platforms, TechSoup Global, and more!

Cool Sites of the Episode:

  • Molly - We Are Media
  • David - VYou
  • Tara - Soundcloud
  • Tom - ArtBabble
  • Amelia - The Producer's Perspective
  • Podcast Episode #80 - Mobile App Development at the Warhol

    Image via warhol.org In this episode, Thomas talks with the Andy Warhol Museum's Josh Jeffrey, the Web and Digital Media Manager, and Tresa Varner, the Curator of Education, about their new mobile apps and the development process behind them. From augmented reality to silkscreening on the iPhone, no two apps at the Warhol are exactly alike.

    Cool sites of the episode:

    The Andy Warhol Museum - The home of everything Andy Warhol, this Pittsburgh based museum features work by the artist as well as exhibitions of contemporary artists from around the world.

    Brunner Digital - This advertising and software development company worked with the Warhol on many of the apps mentioned in the episode.

    Toura - Focused on tourism and travel industries, this mobile software development company has worked with the Warhol as well as multiple other museums and cultural institutions.

    Podcast Episode #71 - Audience 2.0, Smartphone Apps and Tips for Working with Developers

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    In this episode of Technology in the Arts, Brad and David welcome Jeff Inscho to the Heinz College staff at Carnegie Mellon University and launch into a rowdy conversation featuring:

    Cool Site of the Episode: scribdScribd allows you to easily turn any file—such as PDF, Word and PowerPoint—into a web document and connect with readers through their online community, social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter, and search engines like Google.

    Podcast Episode #66 - Google Wave, Google Buzz and the iPad

    Fake iPad Ad by Brad Stephenson In this episode of Technology in the Arts, Brad chats with CAMT's executive director David Dombrosky and CAMT's web and social media assistant Amelia Northrup about Google Wave, Google Buzz and the iPad.

    Cool Sites of the Episode

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    Technology in the Arts #57

    We're back at long last! Brad recently accepted a position as Web Content Manager for Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College. He's in the same building as CAMT but no longer an employee of the Center. However, he and Jason will continue to host Technology in the Arts as part of his duties for the college. It's all a confusing way to say that if you keep downloading, we'll keep recording! Use the following handy-dandy links to follow along with the episode:

    Cool Sites of the Episode

    Brad: Gigapan Jason: YouTube Photo Hunt

    Again, special thanks to composer and sound designer Joseph Fosco for providing our new theme song. Learn about Joseph and his work at www.JosephFosco.com.

    Reminder - If you have any questions or interesting discussion items, please send them to podcast@technologyinthearts.org.

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    Technology in the Arts #54

    Our most recent episode features two listener emails - one from Gerald, who has actually created a decent MySpace layout. Check out Gerald's work at MySpace.com/MonmouthCivicChorus. And in honor of Thanksgiving, Jason and Brad present their list of technology tools to be thankful for:

    Gobble, gobble!

    Again, special thanks to composer and sound designer Joseph Fosco for providing our new theme song. Learn about Joseph and his work at www.JosephFosco.com.

    Reminder - If you have any questions or interesting discussion items, please send them to podcast@technologyinthearts.org.

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    Technology in the Arts #51

    In our most recent episode, Jason and Brad discuss Brad's recent trip to New York, NY, for the 2008 NYC Web 2.0 Expo, where geeks gather to discuss the latest trends in Web development. This episode features Brad's interviews with:

    Reminder - If you have any questions or interesting discussion items, please send them to podcast@technologyinthearts.org.

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    Technology in the Arts #49

    Welcome back, Jason! Brad and Jason discuss what they did on their summer vacations, SQL injections and the fundamentals of creating a Web space. Use the following handy dandy links to follow along:

    Technology in the Arts National Conference - Information about our upcoming conference. Email Brad to get a 25% registration discount.

    Technology in the Arts Facebook Page - Become a fan of our page to connect with other fans and get all of our blog, podcast and conference updates.

    Pair Web Hosting - A great hosting provider, based in Pittsburgh, PA.

    IXWebHosting - Another quality hosting provider.

    Brad's Free Web Site Experiment - A recent blog entry that features Brad's step-by-step free Web site experiment.

    Cool Sites of the Episode

    Brad: MinusSpace.com - A curatorial project based in Brooklyn, NY, that presents reductive art.

    Jason: Qik.com - Stream live video from your cell phone to the Web.

    Reminder - If you have any questions or interesting discussion items, please send them to podcast@technologyinthearts.org.

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    Technology in the Arts #48

    The Steve Project is a research effort to determine how social tagging can best serve the museum community. Steve is a collaboration of museum professionals that view tagging tools as valuable new mechanisms for describing and accessing museum collections and encouraging visitor engagement with museum objects. Susan Chun and Rob Stein are two of the Steve Project coordinators, and they're Brad's guests this episode.

    The song used to close this episode is I'm with Steve Now by thehipcola. The song was downloaded from the Podsafe Music Network, a phenomenal resource for podcasters.

    Reminder - If you have any questions or interesting discussion items, please send them to podcast@technologyinthearts.org.

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    Podcast - Technology in the Arts #48