This week’s episode 14 of the podcast I help produce, PRobecast from Topaz Partners is up.
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- PR Newswire and Umbria team up to bring blog tracking to wire service customers
- PC World‘s editor in chief resigns. Is advertiser influence on editorial to blame?
- The Digg community gives Digg a particular PR problem, as they won’t let Digg comply with a cease & desist order regarding the posting of an HD-DVD encryption code.
- We discuss a conversation I had with Marshall Kirkpatrick of Splashcast about their blogger and podcaster relations campaign to deal with concerns arising from their new MyPodcastNetwork service
- Bright Side: goes to all the companies at an Arab tourist conference in Egypt that did not showcase mandatory fingerprinting programs
- Best wishes to the publishers on the launch of Blogger and Podcaster Magazine
- We get Adam Zand’s Kentucky Derby pick in under the wire
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