comScore is reporting that 51.6 of MySpace users in August were over 35.

I’m simply not buying those numbers. Not a chance they’re accurate. But what I am buying is the general notion that the MySpace user demographic is skewing older as time goes by.

Key question: how will the marketers and advertisers play to this “graying” MySpace audience?

(Hat tip: Joel Cheesman)
An interview with Something to be Desired creator Justin Kownacki at PodCamp Boston.

Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, public health Massachusetts, side effects USA and published for Saturday, page October 7, 2006.

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  • An interview with Justin Kownacki, creator of the video series Something to be Desired, from PodCamp Boston. This is the second in our series of interviews from the inaugural PodCamp, which took place from September 8-10, 2006 at Bunker Hill Community Colleage and Harvard University
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Here is the video promo that Justin created for PodCamp:

Justin is now also organizing PodCamp Pittsburgh for this November.

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An interview with Writer’s Voice podcaster and brodcaster Francesca Rheannon at PodCamp Boston.

Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, cough Massachusetts, sales USA and published for Saturday, there October 7, 2006.

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IN TODAY’S SHOW:

  • Podcast ID
  • Voice man Lee Hopkins
  • Requests to leave us audio feedback on our comment line (number below)
  • An interview with Francesca Rheannon, host of Writer’s Voice, from PodCamp Boston. This is the last in our series of interviews from the inaugural PodCamp, which took place from September 8-10, 2006 at Bunker Hill Community Colleage and Harvard University
  • Tell a friend or colleague about the New Comm Road.com
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* This show can also be found on Blubrry.

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Here’s an interview I conducted with Phil Lupsiewicz at PodCamp Boston last month.

Phil works in media and communications for the Lowell National Historical Park, online and he talks about how he hopes to bring podcasting to that organization.

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Here’s an interview I conducted with Larry Lawfer and John C. Havens at PodCamp Boston last month.

Larry is the founder and president of Your Storys, endocrinologist and John blogs and podcasts all about podcasting for About.com

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