5 Weeks To PodCamp Toronto 2008

172 attendees… (and counting!)

26 sessions… (and counting!)

5 weeks remaining. And counting.

Just 35 days until PodCamp hits Toronto for the second time and things are heating up. Registrations grew 20% in the last week alone and we’re signing up new sponsors every day.

Today we’re thrilled to announce four new sponsors:

Marketing Over Coffee
Marketing Over Coffee is an internet radio program (podcast) that covers both classic and new marketing. The program is runs about 20 minutes and comes out on Thursday mornings.

TalkShoe is a service that enables anyone to easily create, join, or listen to Live Interactive Discussions, Conversations, Podcasts
and Audioblogs.

These hosted Community Calls can be discussions, conversations, talk shows and podcasts. Recorded Community Calls can be listened to, downloaded, or subscribed to. And if your Community Call becomes popular, you can make money too.

Thornley Fallis
Thornley Fallis is a full-service communications and public relations agency that has established an excellent reputation for providing smart thinking and delivering creative solutions. Thornley Fallis’ consulting team draws on a wealth of skills and experience to develop and implement innovative communications programs that achieve client objectives.

Tucows seeks to make the Internet easier and more effective for passionate Internet users. Their goal is to reduce complexity for our customers as they acquire, deliver or use Internet services.

Tucows’ principle source for distributing Internet services is their global network of over 7,000 hosting companies, ISPs and other service providers. In addition to other Internet services, they provision millions of email boxes and manage over 7 million domains.

Write About PodCamp Toronto

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Dave Fleet
EVP Digital at Edelman. Husband and dad of two. Cycling nut; bookworm; videogamer; Britnadian. Opinions are mine, not my employer's.