Update from The Conversations Network

A Podcast from Doug Kaye, Executive Director

October 9, 2007
3 minutes, 1.6mb, recorded 2007-10-09

Our New Channel: Media Conversations

Today we're launching a new channel, Media Conversations. Thefirst series is Future Talks, an interview-style program with experts Gerd Leonard and Glen Hiemstra. And a big first for The Conversations Network: Video! Here are the links:

Media Conversations:

RSS Feed (audio):

RSS Feed (video):

RSS Feed (video for iPod/iTunes):

Want to Join Our Team?

Did you know that The Conversations Network's programs are produced by a worldwide team of part-time audio engineers and website editors? (It's true!) We're in the process of expanding our programming and we need to grow our team.

If you're a good writer or if you have the software and experience to edit and mix audio files, this is your chance to get involved. You can work on as many or as few programs as you like. Some of us spend just two or three hours a month. There's no commitment. It's a great community of dedicated folks and we'd love to have you join the team.

Join The Conversations Network Staff:

We Need Your Support

The Conversations Network is a 501(c)(3) non profit, andlike public radio here in the U.S., we're dependent in parton donations "from people like you." Of the tens of thousands of you who listen to our programs each month, just a few hundred are actually supporting our efforts.We operate on as small a budget as possible -- we have nopaid full-time staff and no offices -- but we do have real expenses to produce and distribute our programs. We need your help to pay the bills and keep the programs coming. We're asking for as little as $5/month ($2.50 for students). That may not sound like much, but when we put it together with the dues from other members, it all adds up. And becomming a member couldn't be easier.

Membership Info:

This free podcast is from our The Conversations Network Announcements series.