PaidContent.org reports: C-SPAN is launching its podcasts with three popular shows: After Words, Q & A and segments from American Perspectives.
I have enjoyed photography for quite a few years now, ever since I picked up a Canon EOS Rebel film camera nearly a decade ago. In recent years, I have switched to digital and have become a bit more serious with my photography.
Interesting commentary over at Personal Democracy Forum over the merits of advertising on blogs vs. WashingtonPost.com. Henry Copeland of BlogAds suggested in a debate at the Online Politics conference earlier this month that you’d hit more eyeballs with a buy on political blogs than on the Post web site. Kate Kaye astutely points out that…
Last week I had the good fortune to be able to present a talk on effective writing for social media at a half day writing workshop led by my friend Don Bates, a professor at George Washington University and a long-time PR practitioner who frequently teaches people how to write more gooder 🙂
ConsumerGeneratedMedia.com: Joel Cere of Hill & Knowlton published a good, well-researched piece on CGM entitled Consumer-Generated: From mayhem to Marketing, which serves as a appropriate survey of key themes related to consumer-generated content. Regular readers know this is a hot topic for me lately.
Jeff Jarvis fosters an interesting discussion about what Roger Ailes’ new role in charge of local fox stations means. As the man who spawned Fox News Channel, he clearly has demonstrated success at innovating. And Jeff thinks he might do the same for local news: What if, instead, a station tore into local issues and…