The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #21: April 4, 20052005-04-04
Content summary: Listeners’ comments: podcast annotating, indexing and navigating; running VNRs and press releases is shoddy journalism; mainstream media is not the way to go with youth messaging; searching blog feeds for photos, audio and video; Print media will still be around for a while; Darren Barefoot’s not smoking the podcasting dope; Catholic Insider at the Vatican; Jakob Nielsen and URL visibility; IABC Chair blog relaunching; preparing for Global PR Blog Week 2.0; Upcoming interview.
Show notes for April 4, 2005
Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 72-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
- 02:43 Comments from the last show
- 11:03 Digital media supplanting printed media - Canadian survey says no, US survey says yes; electronic ‘books’
- 25:26 Darren Barefoot‘s not smoking the podcasting dope - Here’s why he should be; Catholic Insider podcasting from the Vatican
- 50.58 Web usability guru Jakob Nielsen responds to Shel’s post on URL visibility
- 56:36 IABC Chair blog to relaunch on 6 April. Can it become the place to engage with communicators?
- 60:23 Global PR Blog Week 2.0 now in preparation. Do you want to be part of it?
- 65:30 Upcoming interview Tuesday April 5 - James Cherkoff and Johnnie Moore on open source marketing
- 66:35 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:
Features - Judy Gombita, Marketing Daily, Washington Post, US Online Publishers Association survey, Brian Kilgore, 17, Cosmo Girl, Allure, Cosmopolitan, The Times, Independent, PC World, Business Week, Business 2.0, Wired, PARC, Jakob Nielsen, Darren Barefoot on podcasting, Adam Curry, FCC, Catholic Insider, Roderick Vonhogen, Podcast Alley, Bob Edwards, Endurance Radio, Emile Borquin, Dawn & Drew Show, Rock & Roll Geek Show, GM FastLane Blog, Eric Rice, Warner Bros, Autoblog, Volvo, PEW Internet podcasting survey, iPod, Associations Unorthodox, Podcast Brothers, Gatorade, Silicon Valley Watcher, Tom Foremski, Nielsen Norman Group, David Berlind, ZD Net, Internet Explorer, IABC Chair Blog, David Kistle, Warren Bickford, IABC Memberspeak, Allan Jenkins, Global PR Blog Week 1.0, Global PR Blog Week 2.0, PR blogger directory on Bloglines, Constantin Basturea, The New PR Wiki, Elizabeth Albrycht.
So, until Thursday April 7…