Bob’s ability to connect with an audience has served him well throughout his professional and personal life.
With talks ranging from technical topics to social media concepts, Bob’s warm personality and great sense of humour make him a great speaker in both English and/or French.
Interested in having Bob speak at your event?
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– nothing planned at this point – here’s your chance!
ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES SUMMIT
October 22-23, 2007 Toronto, Ontario
Panelist: The Mobile Platform: Current Realities and Future Trends
PODCAMP OTTAWA, 2007
Audio editing tips and techniques workshop
PODCAMP TORONTO, 2008
Copresentor, Zero to Podcasting, a mix of campfire/circle discussions and technical presentations aimed at helping everyone, from newcomers to advanced podcasters, start from nothing and then learn and shake up the skills necessary to plan, prepare, produce, publish and promote their podcasts.
PODCASTERS ACROSS BORDERS 2008
June 20-22, 2008-Video podcasting workshop
Accessibilty, and how it hurt podcasting
In this “quick bit” session, Bob explores how podcasting’s growth was hampered by accessibility issues, and how some of those issues still linger today.
PODCAMP MONTREAL, 2008
Balado 101 – Calice, on en fait un.
In this french/bilngual session, Bob takes newcomers on the the fast path to podcasting. In this one session, you will learn enough to get going and start your adventure.
PODCAMP OTTAWA, 2008
PODCAMP TORONTO, 2009
Audio editing workshop
Whose rules are you following?
Bob relates back to his days in Pirate Radio in the early 1990’s, and draws parallels between following established but inapplicable rules in radio then and online now.
PODCAMP MONTREAL, 2009
Podcasting Q&A with Sylvain Grand’Maison
Hosting for Humans
A quick session on lessons learned from running/hosting conferences and events