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Meeting Location Details

Frente, Nishinomiya 4F

Near south exit of JR Nishinomiya Stn.)
Add: 11-1, Ikeda-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo Pref.
兵庫県西宮市池田町11番1号
Tel: 0798-32-8660

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For advance info call
Ron at 080-4010-9323 (English/日本語).

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Interested in making a presentation?
Send an e-mail to info@kmug.org

Now in Colour

KMUG Meeting - January 29, 2 p.m.

FRENTE, Nishinomiya - NOT STAJIMO (see below)

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So, what the hell is a podcast? Why should I care?

 

yeti

Whatcast?

With the advent of the iPod and then the iPhone, a new medium emerged: podcasting, taking its name from Apple's portable music device. But music wasn't the only thing getting fed to your ears. Soon there were hundreds, then thousands of "podcasts" - essentially recorded radio programs for the web.

Tony Silva, co-host and producer of the Two Teachers Talking podcast will talk to us about why you might want to create your own podcast and what getting started involves. It's both easier and more difficult than you think.

What are you listening to?

Have favorite podcast? Let us know about it! Want to find out about some of the hot podcasts out there right now? You're sure to get plenty of suggestions from the membership. Thinking you've got something to say to the masses? Come to Nishinomiya and see what it would involve to put your own podcast together.

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tony

About the presenter

Tony has been teaching English in Japan for over 25 years, and is working his ass off at Osaka University, Osaka City University, Kobe College, Kobe Shoin Women's University, and Kyoto Women's University. He is also the co-host and producer of the Two Teachers Talking Podcast.

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