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Two excellent podcast episodes on social media and nonprofits made their way to my ears in the past week:
Big Ideas, Small Budget. In this audio roundtable discussion hosted by Donna Papacosta as part of episode 72 of her Trafcom News Podcast, a group of business communicators talks about the challenges, costs, and rewards of creating [...]

A quick note about a nice gesture from one PR podcaster to another.
Jon Hoel, co-host of the PR Junction podcast, snapped this photo at the famous Flinders Street Station in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia. He includes the book cover of The Best Laid Plans, the new satirical novel of Canadian politics by Toronto’s Terry [...]

Taking a page from Christopher Penn’s playbook, here are the audio comment lines for some of my favorite marketing/PR/communications podcasts:
(206) 203-3255 — Across the Sound
(206) 666-2242 — The Client Side
(617) 273-2447 — Disruptive Dialogue
(206) 600-4741 — Inside PR
(206) 222-2803 — [...]

What are some of the most popular podcasting questions that people ask Donna Papacosta:

How do I persuade my boss that our company should be podcasting?
What’s better: video or audio?
What if I start to podcast and then fall victim to podfading?
Are corporations now more receptive to podcasting?

Popular questions, yes, and also important ones. If you’re thinking [...]

Dave Jones, co-host of the outstanding Inside PR podcast, included this gem in a list of five things to do as part of spring cleaning your PR career: “Lose the do-what-I’m-told approach.”
Dave’s right. Here are five reasons why simply doing what you’re told on the job is a loser’s game. Some of these ideas came [...]

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Marjolein Hoekstra has pointed me to SplashCast, a new service that allows you to create streaming media channels.
As a quick experiment, I whipped up a “CAPOW” channel, which should be appearing below. CAPOW is an informal group of business and communications podcasters — the acronym comes from Communications and Advertising Podcasters Of the World [...]

Luke Armour has done it again.
The PR pro and new dad, whose home region of Northeast Ohio is apparently bereft of actual face-to-face social media meetups, has just released his second virtual meetup: “A Virtual PR Murder Mystery.”
This 30-minute audio gem is a hilarious whodunit (yes, whodunits can be funny) that features some [...]

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… when he doesn’t have his voice.
While a nasty cold and sore throat hasn’t stopped me from blogging this week, it has put my plans for producing a new episode of New Comm Road on hold — at least temporarily. Hope to be back up and running in the next few days. Thanks for [...]

Six ways to make the most of Technorati.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from historic Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Wednesday, January 24, 2007.
Subscribe to the New Comm Road podcast. It’s free, and it ensures you won’t miss a single episode! Find us in the iTunes store or paste this feed into iTunes [...]

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I served as guest host for the Financial Aid Podcast today. Regular FAP host Christopher Penn will return the favor for me when he takes over New Comm Road next week.
Take a listen:

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