Content summary: Shel’s in Washington, DC. A brief interview with SNCR founder Jen McClure on the upcoming NewComm Forum (FIR listeners use promo code NCF125 by Friday for a $300 discount). Michael Netzley has a question for FIR listeners. The Media Monitoring Minute from CustomScoop. News That Fits: how to avoid backchannel disasters; Zynga, a fundraising drive, a mainstream media misunderstanding, the spread of inaccurate information and the need for Web 2.0 organizations to be excruciatingly clear; an invitation for guest blog posts; IBM unveils Blog Muse; bloggers excluded from town council’s accreditation of Twitterers; listener comments. No music this Monday.
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For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, for March 8, 2010: A 69-minute podcast recorded live from Washington, DC, USA.
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So, until Thursday March 11…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)