My podcast was about Fall VON, which just took place 2 weeks ago in Boston. The pod runs about 6 minutes, and I talk about my key takeaways from the event in terms of would be most interesting for the IPCTV audience. Would love to hear your thoughts if you have a chance to give it a listen.
While I've got you, I wanted to cite a couple of pieces of recent media coverage following the portal's launch on October 25.
First is a nice writeup from Fierce VoIP that ran earlier this week.
Second is a citing in PR Vibes, an industry newsletter produced by Atlanta-based Calysto Communications. Unfortunately, I don't have a link to point you to at this time, but here's an excerpt from their coverage:
Ipconvergencetv.com� A non-profit website focused on IP convergence has been launched by a group of industry partners, including AudioCodes, BEA Systems, BitBand, Blueslice Networks, Cicero Networks, Comverse, Intel, Tilgin and Verimatrix. The partners contribute information free of charge within their areas of expertise. Jon Arnold, principal of analyst firm J Arnold & Associates, is editor of the site and reviews all content before publication. The purpose of ipconvergencetv.com is to create a portal for longer feature material for decision makers and industry in the area of IP communications, fixed mobile convergence and IPTV.
That's it for now, and I'll keep posting to my blog when we have updates to report as well as when my next podcast is ready.
Technorati tags: IP Convergence TV, Jon Arnold, Fierce VoIP, Calysto Communications