NPR Roadshow

While we have been pretty busy building tools for our Election Night reporting, we continue working on the API. The feedback so far has been fantastic. Along with encouragement and congratulations we have received lots great suggestions. We have been very excited by the adoption of this technology and the general embracing of this "Brand and Release" strategy. We hope to have some significant and exciting new features in place by early next year.

But what if you want to hear more...?

Well if you missed us present at OSCON 08 there will be other opportunities to hear us first hand discuss what we have done, and where we are going with the API.

Here are several of the upcoming events we plan to be at:

Today (11/03) at 5:15pm PST Daniel Jacobson will be discussing our efforts on the API at The Business of APIs Conference. If you are attending please stop by.

For those in the Public Broadcasting family, we will be at IMA Public Media 09 in Atlanta Feb 19-21. This is definitely a must attend for those in public broadcasting who see their future world meshing traditional and new media experiences.

We are also very excited to be a finalist for the We Media Game changer award. Out of 150 Nominees we are one of 35 finalist. Additionally we could be chosen as keynote speaker based on community votes.

And, finally we recently got the word from the folks at O'Reilly that we have been invited to present at the Web 2.0 Expo Mar 31st-Apr. 3rd.

Hope to see you soon.



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