Doug Haslam: Gischeleman’s Blog

May 4, 2007

New Podcast: PRobecast #14: Splashcast, PC World, Umbria, Digg and more

Filed under: blogging, Business, Podcasting, PR, Public+Relations, social media, Technology, TechPRGems — doughaslam @ 11:42 pm

This week’s episode 14 of the podcast I help produce, PRobecast from Topaz Partners is up.

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This week’s panel, Tim Allik, Doug Haslam and Rob Capra, discuss:

  1. PR Newswire and Umbria team up to bring blog tracking to wire service customers
  2. PC World‘s editor in chief resigns. Is advertiser influence on editorial to blame?
  3. The Digg community gives Digg a particular PR problem, as they won’t let Digg comply with a cease & desist order regarding the posting of an HD-DVD encryption code.
  4. We discuss a conversation I had with Marshall Kirkpatrick of Splashcast about their blogger and podcaster relations campaign to deal with concerns arising from their new MyPodcastNetwork service
  5. Bright Side: goes to all the companies at an Arab tourist conference in Egypt that did not showcase mandatory fingerprinting programs
  6. Best wishes to the publishers on the launch of Blogger and Podcaster Magazine
  7. We get Adam Zand’s Kentucky Derby pick in under the wire

Special thanks to Russell Holliman of Podcast Ready and Chip Griffin
of Custom Scoop for topic suggestions this week.
We want your comments!

Text: comment below or email bmoc@topazpartners.com
Audio: Leave a comment at +1-781-404-2419, or Skype doug.haslam

You can subscribe to the podcast via Podcast Ready
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