Category Archives: Podcasts

Active 8 – Episode 5: Detective Rico

This is a video I edited as a part of my group’s weekly segment contribution to TCWeekly, season 15.  This premiered live in podcast episode 163.  You can find it on iTunes or on YouTube.

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Active 8 – Episode 2: Professor Rico

This is a video I edited as a part of my group’s weekly segment contribution to TCWeekly, season 15.  This premiered live in podcast episode 160.  You can find it on iTunes or on YouTube.

TCWeekly – Season 15 Intro

I edited this video in Final Cut Pro X for a podcast for the class Internet Broadcasting Advanced! Stay tuned: TCWeekly season 15 began LIVE on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 2:00 PM CST. We will continue on Tuesday, November 1st at the same time. At this point, we will be going solid every week at Tuesdays at 2:00. Hope you’ll tune in!!

Music by Calvin La Grow.  Directed by Prisca Elzen.

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[PODCAST] All Rights Reserved – Episode 4: A Broken Export

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this episode, we will explore the latest threat that affects current copyright law – the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and it’s intellectual property chapter.  The discussion surrounds the problems the TPP will cause to copyright reform, and the topic of Orphan Works are also introduced.

As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

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[PODCAST] All Rights Reserved – Episode 3: The Myth of Anti-Piracy

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this episode, we will explore both failed pieces of legislation of SOPA and PROTECT IP, as well as a mildly popular conspiracy theory as to how Internet Piracy became widespread. Also, due to technical difficulties that I mentioned last week, I have last week’s Roundtable discussion in today’s episode.

Here are the links to the content related to the CNET conspiracy theory:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb-_p2q90PA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6o89jBCVxM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_BEbrThjbI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VqhP85AQrM

http://onecandleinthedark.blogspot.com/
As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

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[PODCAST]: All Rights Reserved – Episode 2: Shoplifting Intellectual Property

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this episode, we will explore the DMCA, including it’s anti-circumvention provisions, as well as the true reason why copyright laws were created in the first place.

Unfortunately, due to a small problem, I was unable to include the roundtable discussion in this week. However, I will include both this week’s and next week’s roundtable discussion in the next episode. Sorry for any inconvenience!

As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 License (sorry for typo of this license in the video): http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

[PODCAST] All Rights Reserved – Episode 1: Copy-and-Paste Rights

Note: The beginning has no video.

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this very first episode, we will look into the basics of US copyright law and fair use.

As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution 4.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

TC PR Podcast – Accomodations

TC PR is a segment in between shows on my college radio station, TC Campus Connection, that is later archived as a podcast. TC PR explains different programs and services that are available to NWTC students. This episode details how accommodation services at NWTC can help students with various types of disabilities.

This episode is a group project I helped put together. I assisted Taylor Wardlow in writing the script, as well as recording the episode intro and interviewing Mee Saykao. Seth Wanie edited the final version together.

Taylor came up with some questions that I tweaked to better the flow with what accommodation services, and I also added a few of my own questions.  I recorded the episode intro using Pro Tools.  To record the audio in my interview with Mee, I used a Zoom Mic portable audio recorder.  Seth imported both my bounced intro and the recording of the interview into Pro Tools, where I supervised and approved of the final edit of the project.

The most difficult part of editing between me and Seth was making it fit within the maximum 5 minute duration.  The pre-recorded show intro and outro was already 30 seconds each, and while the information provided in the interview was good, it was already 8 minutes alone.  Immediately, all potions of me asking the questions were cut.  Also, a lot of good information that were recorded didn’t end up making the final cut just for time purposes alone.  We only left the bare minimum of information that would be essential for an incoming NWTC student to understand what Accommodation Services is and how they might be able to benefit from it.  Below, I have all of the questions asked during the interview:

  • What is accommodation services?
  • Who is eligible for accommodation services?
  • Why should people who are eligible for accommodations apply for it?
  • What are some of the accommodations students can get from your services?
  • What is the process for finding a note-taker for a class, and are there any benefits for being a notetaker?
  • If a student utilizing accommodations requests a note-taker, do they pay the notetaker themselves, or is that already taken care of by your department?
  • If a future college student plans on attending NWTC and is eligible for accommodation services, how soon should they meet with an accommodations advisor?
  • What advice would you give to incoming NWTC Students on how to get the most out of their education?
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