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If you got VALUE from this PodCamp, please consider making a donation. 

(You money will go DIRECTLY to expenses of next year's "un"conference). 






THANK-YOU to our generous sponsors !!!


Please visit our sponsors  - descriptions and links below!


Without their support this "un"conference would not have been possible.















Redlasso enables bloggers, podcasters and content owners to monetize broadcast media clipped using Redlasso's patented technology. 

Serving PA, NJ, DE & MD, Otto's is the Dealership of and for Mini enthusiasts.

 The #1 generator of podcast content in the Greater Philadelphia region.

AWeber provides easy-to-use software to responsibly manage email newsletters and blog/podcast subscribers.

GPTMC makes Philadelphia and The Countryside™ a premier destination through marketing and image building that increases business and promotes the region's vitality.


Free digital subscription


Launch the interactive digital edition now 


Get print & podcast editions 


Comcast Corporation is the nation's leading provider of cable, entertainment and communications products and services. Comcast Interactive Media (CIM) focuses on online media. 


blip.tv hosts, distributes, markets and monetizes independently created video shows, while splitting advertising income with content producers.

 Innovation Philadelphia is a regional economic development organization committed to bring jobs and resources to the Greater Philadelphia Region, and to raising the Greater Philadelphia Region’s profile as an innovative center for creative businesses, industries and talent


 Porter Novelli is a global public relations company. We take a 360-degree view of your business to build powerful and distinct communications programs.

 Think of CM Access like matchmakers for the creative and marketing industries in the Northeast. We take a personal approach to connecting talented creative professionals to career-enhancing projects and positions from Delaware to Maine. Since most success in life comes from who you know, shouldn't you know CM Access?

 PodcastPeople.com is a simple web-based service that allows individuals to create audio and video episodes, write blog posts, and interact with their audience.



  Uwishunu promotes the City of Philadelphia through the power of new media and Web 2.0 using blogs, podcasts, social networking sites and like tools.


 Blubrry is a social podcasting community that connects content producers with audiences and advertisers.

From public speaking to podcasting, communication coach Lisa B. Marshall helps organizations and individuals to share, present, and discuss ideas in a compelling, concise and cost effective manner.

Libsyn / Wizzard Media





Pandora is a personalized radio service, available anytime and anywhere on the PC, in the home and on mobile devices. Based on the Music Genome Project, Pandora offers an extensive and continually updated music library.

Drexel's mission is to serve  students and society through comprehensive integrated academic offerings enhanced by technology, cooperative education, and clinical practice in an urban setting, with global outreach embracing research, scholarly activities, and community. initiatives.


    The Student Loan Network, an Edvisors company, is one of the nation's
fastest growing providers of student loans and related information.
Since 1998, we have helped approximately 25 million students and
parents access over $1 billion in federal and private student loans,
scholarships and consolidation funding for undergraduate, graduate and
continuing education, as well as our nationally-profiled, award
winning Financial Aid Podcast. Learn more about the Student Loan
Network at www.studentloannetwork.com or by calling toll-free



Friday Night event:                        


A BIG Thank you to our sponsors

--without your support this conference would not have been possible!!



Sponsors, we need YOU!


To sponsor PodCamp Philly, please use the paypal links below.



Venue Sponsor


Gold Sponsor


Silver Sponsor


Bronze Sponsor


Friend of PodCamp


Podcamp Enthusiast

(any amount)








Why Should I Sponsor?


Listen to Russell Holliman from Podcast Ready to see what he has to say on the subject: Really, it's worth listening to--insightful.


(Note: you may have to cut and paste this into a browser if direct click doesn't work)




As the CEO/Founder of one of the largest and most successful podcasting businesses today, his insights come from a position of straddling the grassroots and corporate world.


Then, here's some tangible ROI yet to finalized...:


Tangible ROI:


  • Loads o' link love (we'll put your name/logo/contact information on materials to help boost your SEO and positive buzz before/during/after the event!)
  • Banners at the event. Sizes will vary. We don't want posters festooned about like a NASCAR track but all participants will know who you are.
  • A table at our "unexpo" which will be featured outside of main hall (if appropriate as deemed by venue). Otherwise, near the food, as this is where you'll certainly get the most attention.
  • Formal verbal thanks from the main stage
  • Time slots to promote your stuff - times will vary depending on donation size
  • Interview on PodCamp Philly official Podcast
  • Option to conduct raffle from main stage
  • Sponsor passes/badges. Amount will vary with donation size.



Intangible ROI:


If you listened to Russell's message, you now know that new media (whether it be podcasting, videocasting, social media, etc.) means you have to get INVOLVED. Interactivity and forging positive, value-added relationships is central to the philosophy of grass-rootin', tootin' knowledge exchange in these communities.


Simply giving money (although appreciated) isn't our primary or only hope for sponsors-we really want you to give a session or two and tell us why you think your product/service/whatever adds value to the community. And again, don't pitch us-talk to us. Dialogue with us. Everybody learns at podcamp, whether you're a first-day podcaster newbie or CEO of a major wireless company.


Does that mean by sponsoring podcamp you'll instantly get wide-ranging, positive credibility from the podcasting/new media world at large? I have no idea. But giving money is a great start.


Create your own ROI by immersing yourself in a world of mindshare and idea exchange that has little or nothing to do with money. There is a visceral, electric excitement when attending an event that purposefully breaks the barriers of traditional corporate titles and put everyone squarely on the same page.


Please understand that we do need funds to pay for the venue, food, T-shirts, insurance, and all the other costs that go along with typical conferences. So your fiscal support is encouraged and greatly appreciated and will not go unnoticed/rewarded.


We just want to make sure you understand up front that sponsoring podcamp is not like sponsoring other events where corporate names, logos, or personalities become featured players in the structure of the event. It's more like tossing some scratch in the collection plate of new ideas where money doesn't line our pockets but facilitates the chance for positive synergies to transpire in an atmosphere of open-source collaboration.



For further information and details please email podcampp(at)gmail(dot).com



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