Just posted episode 16 of PRobecast, Topaz Partners’ weekly PR-related podcast
This week, Adam Zand and I discuss:
- Engadget runs with a bad tip that affects Apple‘s stock price. Are we ready to hold new media to old media standards?
- Adam attended the Advertising, Marketing & PR Industry Diversity Job Fair and Leadership Conference in Boston and spoke with Steve Etzler of the Business Development Institute.
- Do blogs need edcals? Will they provide edcals? Doug explains why he doesn’t expect to see it happen.
- I give a recap of the PRSA Yankee Chapter social media workshop he conducted with Chip Griffin of CustomScoop, and we both recount the Social Media Club Boston “Getting a Second Life” event.
- The media are for telling stories: Adam discusses a recent radio story on the family of a slain American soldier serving in the Iraq war.
- Bright Side of the week goes to “Kid Nation,” the new CBS reality show featuring kids. We can’t wait for Fox to rip this off.
- What to do this weekend: celebrating the Red Sox as their lead over the Yankees approaches 10 games: Adam picks the Preakness— “Street Sense,” if you must know.
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