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Waiheke Podcasting Project
The Waiheke Podcasting Project was started in 2009 by Waiheke Radio trustees Chris Walker and Brent Simpson with the generous support of a grant from the Waiheke Community Board and with the assistance of Community Education at Waiheke High. The project aims to assist members of the Waiheke community in the production and distribution of audio recordings about the island, its people, and our community.
The project ran one 5-day workshop so at the Community Education center in March 2009 at Waiheke High and hopes to run more of these.
For more information and to get involved, please see: http://waihekepodcasting.ning.com/
While most podcasting can be done with very little equipment the project does own some recording equipment that can be checked out by members of the community to help record podcasts. This equipment is kept on the Waiheke Radio premises. Please email email@example.com for more information on how to borrow this equipment.
Podcast Alley on Waiheke Radio
Waiheke Radio as a sponsor of this project is in the process of establishing a slot for the broadcast of quality podcasts that emerge as a result of this project. More on that as it develops.
WPP and Archive.org
Archive.org was founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. It is a great place to upload and store podcasts of a historical or heritage nature. Waiheke Radio has a number of recordings available already on Archive.org, see here.
If you do use Archive.org for the Waiheke Podcasting Project it is important that you use this as a tag: waiheke podcasting project. This way, in time, your podcast will automatically appear on the front page of our site.
Current Podcasts from the project on Archive.org