Mark your Calendars! PodCamp AZ 2010 is Nov 20th and 21st

It’s that time of year again—PodCamp AZ is returning to the University of Advancing Technology November 20th and 21st! PodCampAZ is a FREE networking media unconference, dedicated to blogging, video blogging, podcasting, social networking, and all other relevant media.

I went last year.  Not only did I learn a lot, I had a blast, met some really cool people and was inspired to take my social media presence up a notch.

At the heart of the unconference is the opportunity to talk with those innovators which have created a successful blend of relevant media and put it to work for them. Speakers will address emerging trends and best practices on everything from print and radio to mobile, interactive web, and in real life information exchange.

During PodCamp sessions, attendees are free to drop in, listen and learn about what is relevant to their needs, and if they choose to, move on to other sessions. You can also become an interactive part of the experience by sharing your knowledge as a speaker or stimulating ideas and asking questions as an active attendee.

If you are an established or aspiring blogger, podcaster, video blogger, or social media advocate and want to meet hundreds of people with the same interests, head over to to get more information about this exciting event. And above all else, register to attend PodCamp AZ!

Event Basics

What: Podcamp AZ 2010

Where: University of Advancing Technology, Tempe (map)

When: November 20-21, 2010

Who: New media innovators, enthusiasts, participants, and newbies who are interested the role of the internet in interactive communication.

Why: It’s two crazy cool days of learning, sharing, and people meeting. And Phoenix metro is gorgeous in November.

How much: FREE


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Yuri Artibise

Yuri Artibise is an experienced policy analyst, community engagement practitioner and social media specialist. I have a Master of Public Administration degree with over 10 years of public policy research, analysis, and advocacy experience.