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Pubcon Preview: Content, Media & Site Reviews

By Casie Gillette @ KoMarketing

In this session, you’ll learn how to produce video from your mobile phone and use paid social media and search to distribute it and create demand for your audience. Produce and distribute a podcast and promote it using apps like Clammr and livestream video to Streamup, Spreecast, Periscope and Facebook so that the content looks better than anything produced in Hollywood using iOS or Android apps to create weekly live broadcasts.

The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence

By Jefferson Graham USA TODAY

This week we dived into everything from the potential dark side of artificial intelligence, to making sense of Twitter’s soon-to-change 140 character limits on the #TalkingTech podcast. I ranted about Uber’s ever-increasing surge pricing, and offered recommendations on how to deal with them, and talked to folks from Dell Computer about how Sony used 40 of their super-PCs to animate scenes in the new Angry Birds movie. These powerful machines could render a 30 second scene in an hour that would take 18 years on a standard computer, Dell insisted.

 

#TalkingTech Podcast Highlights

By Jefferson Graham @ USA TODAY

This week on the #TalkingTech podcast, we dived into Amazon’s new program that pays you to post videos, Everalbum’s automatic backup of your smartphone photos and a new app for finding rare sneakers, Flip.

Via the Clammr app, we offer quick-hit highlights from each of the shows. You can click below, or if you’re on mobile, go here: http://www.clammr.com/widget?channelId=35973

Listen to the Highlights of This Week’s #TalkingTech Podcasts

By Jefferson Graham @ USA TODAY

This weekend our quick #TalkingTech podcast recap includes a look at how to hire drone photographers on demand, a review of the Tile gadget for finding lost stuff and a look back at 25 million downloads for our show.

In case you missed any of our daily podcasts, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week.

Take A Listen to the Highlights of This Week’s #TalkingTech Podcasts

By Jefferson Graham @ USA Today

We spent the week in San Francisco reporting on the Facebook and GoProdeveloper’s conferences and meeting the last remaining cellphone ownership holdout in the world–or so we think.

ICYMI, the Clammr app has put together 24-second highlights from this week’s #TalkingTech podcasts. Click the links below for a listen.

USA TODAY’s ‪#‎TalkingTech Highlights

By Jefferson Graham USA TODAY

This week we described the experience of riding a virtual roller coaster, reviewed the new SoundCloud Go subscription music service and told you how Uber was ditching e-mail support on the #TalkingTech podcast.

In case you missed any of our daily shows, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week.

Below, please find a compilation of 24-second Clammr highlights of the week’s#TalkingTech podcasts. Click the “Hear More” button on any Clammr soundbite to listen to the full podcast. (Mobile listeners–click this link)

http://www.clammr.com/widget?channelId=35808

 

Clammr Talking Tech Highlights

USA TODAY — It was another busy week of #TalkingTech podcasts here at USA Today. In case you missed any of our daily podcasts, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week. Below, a compilation of 24-second Clammr highlights of the week’s #TalkingTech podcasts. Click the “Hear More” button on any Clammr soundbite to listen to the full podcast.

 

Weekend listen – tech podcast highlights

It was another busy week of #TalkingTech podcasts here at USA Today. In case you missed any of our daily podcasts, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week. Below, please find a compilation of 24-second Clammr highlights of the week’s #TalkingTech podcasts.

ICYMI: Last week’s #TalkingTech Highlights

Jefferson Graham USA TODAY — It was another busy week of #TalkingTech podcasts here at USA TODAY. In case you missed any of our daily tech updates, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week. Below, please find a compilation of 24-second Clammr highlights of the week’s #TalkingTech podcasts. Click the “Hear More” button on any Clammr soundbite to listen to the full podcast.

USA TODAY: Weekend listen – #TalkingTech podcast highlights

Jefferson Graham USA TODAY — It was another busy week of #TalkingTech podcasts here at USA Today. In case you missed any of our daily podcasts, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week. Each weekend, we’ll share a compilation of 24-second Clammr highlights of the week’s#TalkingTech podcasts. Click the “Hear More” button on any Clammr soundbite to listen to the full podcast. (For mobile users, click this link: http://www.clammr.com/player/embed?channelId=35735 )

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USA TODAY: Talking Tech Podcast – Week of March 4

It was another busy week of #TalkingTech podcasts here at USA Today. In case you missed any of our daily podcasts, we’ve partnered with Clammr, a platform for sharing bite-sized audio snippets of podcasts, songs and more to social media, to publish a weekly digest of our top podcast moments of the week. Each Saturday, we’ll share a compilation of 24-second Clammr highlights of the week’s #TalkingTech podcasts. Click the “Hear More” button on any Clammr soundbite to listen to the full podcast. Enjoy!

Journalism.co.uk: App for journalists: Clammr, for sharing your podcast highlights on social media

Caroline Scott Journalism.co.uk — How is it of use to journalists? Clammr gives users the ability to select up to 24 seconds of audio from a podcast and post it directly to social media, allowing journalists to give their audience a taste of their latest work, along with a link to the original audio file.

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Getting a Lyft: John Zimmer on that GM Deal, the Future of Cars and Asia Growth

John Zimmer, the president of ride-sharing company Lyft, sat down with Re/Code Executive Editor Kara Swisher for her Decode podcast to talk about the company’s recent $1 billion in investment, half of it from General Motors, and plans to use that investment to build a network of autonomous vehicles. The company also has big plans in Asia and beyond, and uses the doubts and misgivings of outsiders to help motivate it to new heights. 


Here’s a brief audio overview of the podcast, provided by social-audio platform Clammr.

 


Catch Clammr highlights of some of our favorite moments from the podcast below.


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Clammr Comedian Spotlight: Jokes With John Mulaney

Every week Clammr highlights one comedian that has created a premium curation of comedic material, and shared it socially through audio snippets on the discovery service. This week we bring you a playlist of hilarious audio snippets from John Mulaney, an American comedian, actor, writer, and producer, best known for his work on Saturday Night Live. In the comprised playlist from some of his most memorable moments, Mulaney touches on everything from drag queens to Donald Trump.

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If you would like to see one of your favorite comedians featured in this weekly segment, send your submissions to fabricmedia@gmail.com.

Comedy On Clammr: The Top 5 Sex Jokes Of The Week

Every week we bring you the Top 5 Jokes from Clammr, a social discovery service for sharing and creating 24 second audio snippets. This week we scoured the internet for the raunchiest sex jokes we could find, and compiled a comedic playlist for your enjoyment. The audio transformation is courtesy of Rik Raunch, a multi-platform influencer who tells crazy sex stories from throughout his life, in a variety of different mediums.

 

And here is a playlist of the Top 5 Sex Jokes of the week in an easy listening looping playlist!
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If you would like to be featured in this weekly segment, head over to Clammr and start creating. You can send all submissions to fabricmedia@gmail.com.

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New Republic: The End of the Dark Ages of Podcasting

Stephen Lacey New Republic — Clammr is designed to solve that problem. The app allows users—mostly content creators looking for a new way to get their podcasts heard—to select short audio clips from their phones or the web and share the bite-sized pieces on other social media networks. The sound bite acts as doorway into longer content; Clammr is working on stronger recommendation capabilities to open the door further.

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10 Ways CES Is One Weird Experience – Clammring The Jay & Farhad Show

Jay Yarow and Farhad ManjooThe Jay & Farhad Show – a podcast featuring the executive editor of Business Insider (Jay Yarow) and the New York Times’ tech columnist (Farhad Manjoo) – went to the mammoth Consumer Electronics Show this week. They came back with a decidedly different take on the sprawling show compared to the usual slightly breathless recounting of oddball gadgets spotted and giant televisions gaped at.

We’ve extracted some of the best stuff from their resulting “CES!” podcast episode using the fantastic audio-excerpting app Clammr.com (note, Clammr is a Fabric Media client) to give you the highlights of what Jay & Farhad saw and were most struck by at the show (trust us, it wasn’t just the big TVs). Here are 10 highlights from their show, detailing what makes CES the CES it is. Which is to say, deeply weird and unexpected.

Why CES doesn't have real news1) Here, the guys talk about why Las Vegas, in all its not-quite-real yet oh-so-weird glory, is the perfect place to host the sprawling, overwhelming technology showcase that is CES.

2) That said, CES really isn’t the place to get actual news about real technology, at least for technology that will actually exist in the wild sometime soon.

3) Here they talk about some of the activity taking place outside CES itself, as tech companies staged huge operations to curry attention and favor with advertisers.

Secret Fox conference4) And yes, though CES is huge, lots of other things were going on, like the secret show within the show staged by Rupert Murdoch and Fox, and featuring a host of tech notables.

5) The Jay & Farhad Show also trolled the vast floors of CES and found...animatronic tails (Neither they nor we could make this stuff up). Here’s a taste of one of the wackier bits to come from their decidedly offbeat take on the sprawling show.

6) Jay & Farhad also found…weight-reducing massage chairs. 

7) Also among the many strange things Jay & Farhad found at the sprawling event was, yes, a laundry-folding robot (everyone could use one of those; admit it). Here’s a taste of that conversation.

8) Here, they talk about whether all the new devices (and there were so many, leaving them more than a bit skeptical about the whole thing) at the show that track and collate data about our bodies and our lives really add up to anything.

All You need to say9) Of course, when you’re busy doing all the measuring and collating and data managing that come with all the devices on display at CES, it can be a bit overwhelming. But there’s just one thing you need to remember at your next cocktail party.

10) The guys spent considerable time talking about one of the biggest announcements at this week’s show, the expansion of Netflix into 130 more countries. Traditional networks must be more than a bit alarmed, they suggest in this clip.

Catch the whole 37-minute podcast here on Soundcloud or subscribe on iTunes here:  http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:103789862/sounds.rss

You can also read Farhad’s NYT blog piece about animatronic tails and other CES tales here.

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Financial Times: Dynamic ads become new normal in podcasts

Financial Times — “Every media format has a short-form social flavour or tool,” says Parviz Parvizi, co-founder of Clammr, which makes a tool to create, share and discover 24-second audio clips. “Text has Twitter, pictures have Instagram and Pinterest, video has Vine. It’s clunky and hard to find great audio.”

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Los Angeles Times: Data startups, Riot Games data and more among week’s L.A. tech highlights

Paresh Dave @ Los Angeles Times — Podcasts and other forms of audio-only media would be a bigger business if the best moments from those soundtracks could be easily clipped and shared on social media — so says Clammr, a startup with offices in Boston and Los Angeles that launched last week. Shorter audio gets listened to 10 times as much on social media, it claims.

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RAIN News: Clammr launches with Twitter-like clipping and sharing of audio

Brad Hill @ RAIN News — Why isn’t audio as social and viral as video and web pages? If lack of an easy platform is the problem, Clammr seeks to solve it with today’s launch of its new service on web and mobile. “We wanted to make it incredibly, brainlessly easy,” Clammr co-founder Parviz Parvizi told RAIN News.

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