Content summary: Listeners’ comments (on open source marketing and the interview with James Cherkoff and Johnnie Moore; podcast tags; on Rupert Murdoch and the internet; where will co-creation take us?; world’s first train wi-fi in UK – not; on video news releases and FCC clarification; blog post republication without attribution will grow; on GM, the blog and the LA Times; enjoying the banter and smoking the podcast dope); blogs and censorship in the US – survey; journalism and blogging – investigative reporting and definitions; Creative Commons; aggregating PR blog posts Part 2; another forecast on podcasting growth; GM, the LA Times and GM’s blog commentary.
Show notes for April 14, 2005
Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 66-minute conversation recorded live from Concord, California, USA, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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In this edition:
- 00:29 Shel and Neville on what’s in this week’s show; how to give your feedback; show notes; new host for podcast MP3 files
- 04:30 Comments from the last show (April 11) and on the interview with James Cherkoff and Johnnie Moore (April 12) including 1 MP3
- 16:15 Blogs and censorship – survey reveals Americans support blog censorship. Really?
- 24:14 Journalism and blogging – would a blogger undertake investigative reporting? What’s the difference between a journalist and a blogger? (And is that the right question?)
- 41:52 Creative Commons – how do you enforce your intellectual property rights?
- 43:10 Don Crowther and aggregating PR blog posts – where do things stand now? And what can an individual blogger do to protect his or her copyright?
- 38:49 Forecast on podcasting growth – (credible) data from Forrester Research
- 52:23 General Motors and the LA Times ad pull – media analysis and GM’s blog commentary
- 60:33 Show notes; how to give your feedback; about the music and the band; outro music
Links for the blogs, individuals, companies and organizations we discussed or mentioned in the show:
Intro – Libsyn, FeedDemon, DopplerRadio, James Cherkoff, Johnnie Moore, Uri Levanon, Podcast Tags, Richard Rowan, Rupert Murdoch, Jon Froda, Lenn Pryor, Robert Scoble, Channel 9, Seattlest.com, Stuart Bruce, Caltrain, Daily Telegraph, WiMax, Om Malik, Pew Internet & American Life Project, Washington Post, FCC, Scott Solomon, GM FastLane Blog, Michael Wiley, Andy Beacock, Lee Hopkins, iPressroom.
Features – Slashdot, ZD Net Australia, CNET News, Hostway, Google, Mark Jen, Dan Gillmor, New York Times, Society of Professional Journalists, PubSub, Guardian Unlimited Newsblog, Observer Blog, Ketchumgate, Jay Rosen, Mike Manuel, PR Week.
Short Takes – Creative Commons, Don Crowther’s 101 Public Relations, PR Blog Watch, Constantin Basturea, BL Ochman, Jay Rosen, Frances Flynn Thorsen, Yahoo! News RSS feeds, Forrester Research, iPod, Apple, BBC Radio, Virgin Radio, Podshows, Adam Curry, Podshow, General Motors, Dan Neil, Bob Lutz, GM FastLane Blog, David Kiley, Automobear.com, Miro Pacic, Pontiac G6, GrandAm, Gary Grates.
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So, until Monday April 18…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)