Just posted a new episode of PRobecast, the public relations podcast I produce with my colleagues at Topaz partners.
This week’s panel, Adam Zand, Tim Allik, Paul Hughes, Todd Van Hoosear and myself, discuss:
- Military PR issues. Topazer and former military public affairs officer Paul Hughes joins us for a perspective on the Pat Tillman story. manufacturing stories or will they come back to bite you?
- Audio comment: Bryan Person brings up blog transparency; does a blog without bylines have a disclosure problem? A discussion arose online about the Air Hybrid Blog, which Topaz maintains for Scuderi Group. Kami Huyse also blogged about it, and it became an example of a blog conversation taking a positive turn, with rapid responses and practical changes.
- Is Web 2.0 a conversational vacuum? Extending the conversation, with help from Chris Brogan, Christopher Penn, This is going to be BIG! and the Garden City Blog. Yes, Doug brings up Twitter.
- Tech Product of the Week: the Barbie MP3 player. Hear me sing Aqua
- Stock Pick of the Week: MySpace goes to China. By the way– who was the first big Western rock act to play mainland China?
- MySpace again: couple goes to MySpace to adopt a child. I manage to bring up Twitter again.
- Barack Obama on Twitter? Jury is out.
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