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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Slave Spotlight - Zadi Diaz

Media Slaves presents the Slave Spotlight. These are interviews with one of the Media Slaves giving you a chance to hear more about them in their own words. Today features a chat with Zadi Diaz, mistress of video.

listen now 25 mins.

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Show notes

Credits

Media Slaves Intro
Trumpet solo from Daydream by Robin Stein available on Podsafe Audio
Guitar, drum transition from Bittersweet by Artificial Intelligence available on Podshow Music

Dear Audience

What are your thoughts on these terms and labels? You can voice your thoughts, ask questions or offer us sponsorship/advertising using one of these 3 methods.

1. Call us and leave a message: +1 775 599 4008, your comment may be played on a future show
2. Email Media Slaves

3. Or just leave a comment below.


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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Media Slaves #1 Our Debut - User Generated Content?

What's in a name? Or label? How do the labels that we use or that are used by others impact mainstreaming of new media and perceptions of what blogs, podcasts, and video blogs/podcasts and other new media are about?

listen now 38 mins.




Show notes

Credits

Media Slaves Intro
Trumpet solo from Daydream by Robin Stein available on Podsafe Audio
Guitar, drum transition from Bittersweet by Artificial Intelligence available on Podshow Music

Dear Audience

What are your thoughts on these terms and labels? You can voice your thoughts, ask questions or offer us sponsorship/advertising using one of these 3 methods.

1. Call us and leave a message: +1 775 599 4008, your comment may be played on a future show
2. Email Media Slaves

3. Or just leave a comment below.


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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Welcome to Media Slaves

Media Slaves is a roundtable podcast produced by Debi Jones, Zadi Diaz, Marianne Richmond and Nicole Simon.

We are taking on topics that arise when anyone and everyone can be a publisher, producer or media mogul.

The name Media Slaves comes from a mashup of the "slave generated content" label and social media. There are many if not all Web 2.0 companies and some communities that look at "user generated content" as their property. Merely a read of the TOS (Terms of Use) and EULAs (End User License Agreements) from corporate users of user generated content like Yahoo! proves that point. If we are preceived as free labor to companies, then we - as slaves, speaks to their desire to leave us out of the value chain and revenues. We are slaves because of our addiction to producing and consuming the many forms of conversational media.


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