Show #165 - August 21, 2006<< Show166Aug24 | FIRShowNotes.HomePage | Show164Aug17 >>
Content summaryTerry Fallis of Thornley-Fallis is guest co-host while Neville’s in New York. One-minute news items include a look at a Canadian Internet usage survey, NOAA’s new presence in Second Life, ESPN’s decision to work with a Canadian interview expert to train its reporters, and a working group established to create a specification for a new-media news release. We also talk about the evolution of media training and how to address the consequences when social media spreads a political misstep. Also, a report from Eric Schwartzman, listeners’ comments, the music, and more.
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Commentary2:50 Terry Fallis' introduction 6:38 Neville comments 8:20 One Minute News
Canadian Internet usage survey
NOAA now operating in Second Life
Canadian training ESPN reporters interview techniques
Working group for new-media news release18:30 Evolution of media training
30:08 Interviews by email only and empowerment 33:50 Blogging gets carried away - How to respond effectively
47:06 Eric Schwartzman comments
Listener Comments53:38 Pat Myer-Johnson comments about the kafuffle
54:24 Sally Getch tells us about Maxtor/Seagate
57:07 Paul Young on ethics
62:52 Rob Safuto on 164's bonus feature
65:30 Wrap-up 68:12 Music - Amy Dally "Or Not"
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