Bil Browning

A Quick Programming Note

Filed By Bil Browning | January 24, 2012 3:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Media, Site News
Tags: Creating Change conference, NGLTF, site schedule, task force

It's time for the Task Force's Creating Change conference this weekend and once again there will be a huge Bilerico presence at the event. I'll be going to Baltimore on Thursday morning to participate in GLAAD's New Media Training Institute.

On Friday night, we'll be hosting the 5th Annual Bilerico Blogger Reception at 8:30pm. You don't have to be a blogger to attend. In fact, you can stop by and meet some of your favorite writers from around the blogosphere as the authors and the readers mix and mingle with organizational folks and social media mavens.

What does this mean for the site's publication schedule? Once again I'll be doing tons of video interviews that'll pop up during the conference and, for the non-timely ones, the week after. Written posts, however, won't be publishing on an every hour basis.

With so many contributors attending the conference and participating in sessions either as attendees or presenters, time is at a premium. I wasn't able to line up a guest Bilerico for the next few days since so many contributors will be at the conference with me this year! This means I'll have to fit in my editing and publishing duties for other contributors in-between shooting interviews and processing videos and writing my own posts. Needless to say, posts won't publish every hour.

I've been considering doing away with the regular publishing schedule on Bilerico lately. It makes running the site harder as I try to make sure each slot is filled with content every hour. Would any of you care? Or even notice?

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