We’ll be at Ryerson University's flagship for studies in converging communications and interactive media. In operation for almost twenty years, the Rogers Communications Centre has grown to become Canada's premier facility for education in digital media communications.
The Rogers Communications Centre is about design and research in a community employing both current and advancing communications technology. These five themes have placed the Rogers Communications Centre among the best educational communication and design facilities internationally.
The communication and design programs that the Centre houses are an integral part of Ryerson University and an important component of Canada's burgeoning media sector. Just steps away from Yonge Street and the heart of Toronto, the Centre is located at the core of Canada's electronic media and digital communications culture.
On February 21 & 22, it will be the centre for dynamic discussion and engaging conversations about community and new media. Anchors away!
A casual student hangout, the Ram in the Rye is the pub located at Ryerson's downtown campus next door to our venue. The labyrinth of halls and flow ceiling alcoves dressed in brick and dull lighting makes it feel like an intimate neighborhood pub.
Traditional host of PodCamp's Staturday night extravaganza, and by popular demand, we're be back here again on the 21st to revel in each others company and meet each other in a casual environment.
This rowdy, Jazz soaked former host of "Live PodCast Night", pub is host to an unofficial meet up of our podcasting community on the eve of PodCamp.
On the 20th, on the second floor, in the ironically named "Library", you'll find dozens of the communities ethereal voices in the flesh. Many seasoned PodCamp veterans, coming back to the spawning ground of so many friendships.
Parking is not provided on-site, though there are several paid lots and some street parking available in the immediate area. Heated underground parking is available directly across Gould Street underneath the Metro grocery store. To access it, come north from Dundas up Dalhousie Street (one way) and the entrance to the garage will be on your right just before you get to Gould.