Doug Haslam: Gischeleman’s Blog

August 17, 2007

PRobecast 28: Print media dead? Twitterization of mainstream media?

Filed under: Uncategorized — doughaslam @ 4:03 pm

Episode 28 of PRobecast,Topaz Partners’ weekly PR podcast is up:

Tim Allik, Rob Capra and I discuss:

  1. I remark on the changing makeup of the media after a recent media tour.
  2. Is print media dead? New articles continue this discussion, with commentary from Tim Allik’s younger brother.
  3. The Twitterization of Mainstream Media? A discussion of David Berlind’s recent ZDNet blog post, and a Twitter smackdown among Messrs. Howard, Fine and Howard. Oh, and a plug for my recent appearance on the Forward Podcast.
  4. More ZDNet: a great resource called IT Facts.
  5. Plugs for upcoming events being promoted via social media: PodCamp Boston and One Voice Walk.
  6. What to do this weekend. Stock Market Panic!

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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for mentioning the One Voice Walk, Doug!

    Comment by Daniel Johnson, Jr. — August 18, 2007 @ 3:09 pm

  2. Not at all– not sure I did it justice…

    http://www.onevoicewalk.org

    Comment by Doug Haslam — August 19, 2007 @ 1:26 pm


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