Content summary: Interview with Flemming Madsen of Onalytica posted; new NMRcast available; about that ticking clock in the new 1-Minute News segment; coComment’s new release; the secret diary of Steve Jobs; Podcast Network uses eBay to sell advertising; big rise in air travel complaints; CIA contractor blogger fired; Lee Hopkins reports; three blog surveys: Pew Internet, Porter Novelli corporate blogging, MSN Spaces UK survey; listeners’ comments discussion; investor relations and social media: discussion theme for next show; the music (and the Wendy’s story behind it); and more.
Show notes for July 24, 2006
Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 72-minute podcast recorded live from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Concord, California, USA.
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In This Edition:
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So, until Thursday July 27…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)
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