Content summary: FIR Dine-Around at the IABC Vancouver conference; WIPO copyright update; UK plans to license/regulate podcasters; USC/Annenberg GAP IV study; promote your podcast at PodcastDay 2006; ‘Delivering The New PR’ conference on May 12; ‘Beyond Blogging’ on May 19; collaborative communication tools: Skypecasting and Waxxi, Second Life and MySpace.com; Lee Hopkins reports; Maine blogger ad agency lawsuit dropped; David Philips reports; listeners’ comments discussion; upcoming FIR interviews with Tom Foremski and Christopher Carfi; the music.
Show notes for May 8, 2006
Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, an 92-minute podcast recorded live from Concord, California, USA, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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In This Edition:
- 00:25 Shel introduces the show; what FIR is about; what’s in this edition; FIR Dine-Around at IABC Vancouver conference
News and Commentary:
- 02:54 Copyright and regulation – WIPO copyright update; a UK plan to regulate/license podcasters
- 06:47 USC/Annenberg 4th annual Generally-Accepted Practices (GAP) in PR study released today
- 12:12 Want to promote your podcast at PodcastDay 2006 in Cologne, Germany? Let Nicole Simon know
- 17:06 Neville’s speaking about podcasting at the Delivering The New PR conference in London on Friday May 12
- 21:36 Shel’s moderating a panel at Fleishman Hillard‘s ‘Beyond Blogging’ conference in Washington, DC, on Friday May 19
- 23:14 Collaborative communication tools – Skypecasts and Waxxi, Second Life and MySpace.com; a business conference on how to monetize MySpace slated for London in June
- 39:15 From Our Correspondent Down Under: Lee Hopkins – where the bloody hell’s your space?; Aussie podcast list; hipsterPDA version 3 now available; Andrea Weckerle and the Online Disinhibition Effect; two key questions
- 48:05 The Maine blogger who was sued – lawsuit dropped, but who actually was the bully?
- 56:13 David Philips reports from Wiltshire, England – some interesting surveys have come to my attention…
Listeners’ Comments Discussion:
- 61:26 Craig Jolley with the correct history of the Hyperspace Dine-Around
- 63:58 Sallie Goetsch dissects #134
- 67:07 Lauren Vargas thinks BL Ochman’s ethics blog doesn’t sound like the transparency the blogosphere shouts out
- 69:03 Marshall Kirkpatrick says don’t cut the show length
- 70:28 Judy Jones enjoyed Shel’s interview with daughter Rachel (show #133) on how she communicates
- 72:40 Mike McClary on the show length and on IM vs. phone
- 74:41 Nicolai at emergens tells us about “Candidates invade MySpace: Gubernatorial hopefuls seek younger voters on teen chat site” in the San Francisco Chronicle
- 74:57 Luke Armour with wrap-up comment to the academic PR conversation
- 77:23 Warren Johnson on Feedblitz and email newsletters
- 78:57 Michael Vanderdonk has a few points on World of Warcraft and Second Life
- 82:50 Neville wraps the show; let us know your views about today’s discussions; how and where to send your comments; where to find the show notes
- 85:25 Upcoming FIR interviews – Tom Foremski on May 9 and Christopher Carfi on May 10; Shel solo for the May 11 show; both of us on the road for May 15 show which will be recorded on May 14
- 87:12 Outro podsafe music from the Podsafe Music Network – Satisfy Me by Melanie Lewis
Links for the blogs, individuals, companies and organizations we discussed or mentioned in the show are posted to the FIR Show Links pages at The New PR Wiki. You can contribute – see the home page for info. If you have comments or questions about this show, or suggestions for our future shows, email us at email@example.com, or call the Comment Line at +1 206 222 2803. You can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments, if you wish (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.
So, until Thursday, May 11…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)
Thank you for voicing my comment on Monday’s show. Please find more commentary on the state of the public relations industry on my blog, Communicators Anonymous.
You’re welcome, Lauren. Glad you listen to FIR!