Content summary: Shel’s in Chicago piecing together the jigsaw puzzle of the show. Shel and Neville will be together on Monday, but guest co-host Doug Haslam will join Shel next Thursday. Dan York reports on social CRM and some nifty new resources. CustomScoop’s Media Monitoring Minute looks at cooperation versus competition between mainstream news media and social networks. News That Fits: Shel responds to a listener comment on the volume of FIR content that references Facebook; Neville explores the work-related issues that arise from Facebook and Twitter updates; Shel reports on a study that reveals human resources professionals depend on and benefit from interactions on social networks. Listener comments. Music from Tea Leaf Green. And, as always, more.
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For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, for March 11, 2010: A 64-minute podcast recorded live from Chicago, Illinois, USA.
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So, until Monday March 15…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)