Content summary: Neville’s in Belgium (Ghent, to be specific), so Mark Story, who handles New Media for the US Securities and Exchange Commission, is filling in as guest co-host. Shel and Mark talk about Mark’s role at the SEC and his hopes for this episode of FIR. Deloitte and SHIFT Communications are both hiring communicators. Dan York reports from Orlando, Florida. Jen Zingsheim offers CustomScoop’s Media Monitoring Minute with a look at Google Goggles. News That Fits: new perspectives on Toyota’s recall crisis, studies reveal the depth of social media engagement by the Fortune 500 and the Global 100. Listener comments. A country music track from 77 South. And, as always, more.
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For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, for February 25, 2010: A 70-minute podcast recorded live from Concord, California, USA, and Kensington, Maryland, USA.
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