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Show #528 - February 22 2010

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Content summary

Shel's in Atlanta for the Ragan conference; a different procedure for recording today's show; Michael Netzley reports from Singapore on authoritarian capitalism; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; News That Fits: journalists conducting research via social media, Apple's Wikipedia page most effective of Fortune Global 500, did Twitter topple Toyota?, bloggers to be given privileged access to UK parliament; listeners' comments; Neville's in Belgium on Thursday so guest host Mark Story will join Shel; music from Lily Sparks; and more.

Time Codes Here!

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TIME CODES
  • 0:00 - Introductory messages
  • 1:18 - Shel’s in Atlanta for the Ragan conference; a different procedure for recording today’s show;
  • 3:25 - Message from Ragan Communications
  • 4:45 Michael Netzley reports from Singapore on authoritarian capitalism
  • 12:10 - The Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop?
News That Fits
  • 13:10 - Journalists conducting research via social media
  • 21:53 - Apple’s Wikipedia page most effective of Fortune Global 500
  • 32:40 - Did Twitter topple Toyota?
  • 43:35 - Bloggers to be given privileged access to UK parliament
Listeners’ Comments
  • 49:25 - Kris Gallagher - Heinz's Twitter account and trademark infringement issues
  • 53:05 - Shel and neville's discussion of Kris' comments
  • 54:25 - Bernie Goldbach - Twitter, social media, and the Irish government (Bernie posted a link in the FIR FriendFeed? room.)
  • 57:35 - Kris Gallagher - web 3.0 concept; how are FIR listeners defining it?
  • 59:25 - Ricardo at Amigo Audio - E-book pricing of $9.99 set by Amazon.com, and reaction to it
  • 1:02:35 - Closing comments: Neville’s in Belgium on Thursday so guest host Mark Story will join Shel
  • 1:04:40 - Closing messages
  • 1:05:45 - Music from Lily Sparks: "Stars"
  • 1:09:18 - End

Contributions and Comments from these Listeners

Michael Netzley
Kris Gallagher
Bernie Goldbach
Ricardo of Amigo Audio

Links

http://blog.journalistics.com/2010/journalists-use-social-media-for-story-research
http://www.prweek.com/news/rss/984942/Research-shows-Apples-Wikipedia-page-effective-Fortune-Global-500-companies/
http://www.scribd.com/doc/27046405/Lundquist-Wikipedia-Fortune-Global-500-Research-Executive-Summary
http://www.thebigmoney.com/articles/judgments/2010/02/17/did-twitter-topple-toyota
http://www.prweek.com/news/bulletin/UKDaily/article/984565/?DCMP=EMC-UKDailys
http://blogs.journalism.co.uk/editors/2010/02/18/bloggers-to-be-given-access-to-westminster-parliament/
Today's music: Stars by Lily Sparks. http://www.lilysparks.com/

Contributors to show notes for this show (add your name here)

  • Neville Hobson
  • Debi Davis

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