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As of June 21st this channel has been rolled into the John Wall channel. Check it out at:

Published: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 19:52:46 GMT


We've Moved to the John Wall Gigadial Channel!

Thu, 21 Jun 2007 02:14:24 GMT

Rather than manage 3 feeds, I'm cutting down to one. Come take a listen, and send in your suggestions.

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Item #136 - How To Find A Nintendi Wii

Thu, 03 May 2007 12:11:56 GMT

Steve and Maureen explain how to maximize the chances of finding the elusive Nintendo Wii.

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PRobecast #12

Thu, 26 Apr 2007 20:48:12 GMT

Welcome to the PRobecast, Episode 12 of Topaz Partners' weekly PR-related podcast. This week's panel, Tim Allik and Rob Capra, discuss: 1. Tim Allik's recent journey to the SAE automotive show in Detroit, and hid liveblogging efforts from same. 2. Virginia Tech-- appropriateness and effects of NBC running the shooter's video. 3. China needs PR professionals-- who knew? 4. The Pet Food problem continues-- the PR campaign does too, and the industry gets Tim's Bright Side award for getting away with its less than forthcoming attitude prior to the crisis. 5. Rob found $400. What could he do with it? 6. The Battle of the Podcast Them Songs is live now, as we finally take on the first challenger, BusinessWeek's Cutting Edge podcast. Vote early and often! Leave a comment! Text: email Audio: call +1-781-404-2419, or Skype doug.haslam

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David Weinberger at MIT Social Media Cluster 2007-04-24

Thu, 26 Apr 2007 02:14:49 GMT

David Weinberger at the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council's Social Media Cluster talking about "Taking Back the Internet: How Social Media will Transform Media and Institutions".

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Big Red Podcast: I'm tired and I like it edition

Mon, 23 Apr 2007 00:49:23 GMT

This week we talk tough about pointless races, mobsters, monsters, bad cops, mysterious islands, why TV is awesome, Ira Glass, James Bond, and our favorite band from New Jersey. Leave us iTunes feedback!

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comedy4cast #108: Catchphrase Etiquette

Fri, 20 Apr 2007 03:56:35 GMT

Learn the 4 C's of using the comedy4cast catch phrase. We also announce our participation in a contest in which you could win an iPod Shuffle and other great prizes, including a comedy4cast coffee mug. Find out more at

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Big Red Podcast: Marshmallows Are Delicious

Mon, 16 Apr 2007 14:08:05 GMT

This week Derek returns to join me and Deeps to chat about the return of The Sopranos. We take a look at the first season of Sci Fi's The Dresden Files and review the pilot of Sci Fi's new show Pain Killer Jane. We also hit Big Red Podcast favorites like LOST, 30 Rock, The Office, and House. Deeps makes another case for watching Friday Night Lights (he lurves it!). Derek watches the vampire show we talked about last week; he's captivated by it. So we learn something today - Lifetime isn't just for women. It is also for Derek.

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ZippCast 0025 April 16, 2007 - Simply Stu Visits - - Toll Free: 1-800-472-3972

Mon, 16 Apr 2007 12:58:32 GMT

Simply Stu visits the Zipp world headquarters in Speedway, Indiana. Brought to you by Zipp Speed Weaponry 800-472-3972 -

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Big Red Podcast: Bonus Movie Episode

Wed, 11 Apr 2007 21:14:51 GMT

Episode 26 ran a little long we split out our discussion of several recent movie rentals into a bonus podcast. This week we talk about Green for Danger from the Criterion Collection, Days of Being Wild by Wong Kar Wai, Spellcaster starring Adam Ant, and Dead and Buried - a film featured in the Hot Fuzztival. Fire up the Netflix, we've got stuff to add to your queue.

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Show Fifty Three - April 1st, 2007

Tue, 10 Apr 2007 23:32:27 GMT

It's our 2 year anniversary and we couldn't be happier. We could be healthier as you will hear my cold quite a bit but the answers outshine anything. TC, Grits2Glitz, BartB, and the Chattanooga boys stop buy with their audio comments for this month's show. Don't forget to leave a review in iTunes, vote at Podcast Alley, or stop by and say hi when I am presenting at PodcampNYC next weekend. Click the Show Notes link to See Amy and Bay's excuse for getting the audio in so late.

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100 - Imagination

Tue, 10 Apr 2007 23:31:43 GMT

Imagination is pale and fragile, Dreams grip with a false reality . . .

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comedy4cast #107: PodcampNYC Revealed

Tue, 10 Apr 2007 10:00:57 GMT

PodcampNYC was held on April 7, 2007. comedy4cast was there to ask the important questions. But did we get any answers?

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Big Red Podcast:The Cat's Meow

Mon, 09 Apr 2007 00:19:26 GMT

This week Deeps and I (along with the cat) chat about a lot of television including resolving dramatic problems The Office, dirty cops on The Shield, women in chains on LOST, hairdos on House, Thomas Jefferson on 30 Rock and of course the problem with vampires (in Canada or anywhere else). Plus we make a bonus movie episode! You can find it at:

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PRobecast Episode #010

Sat, 07 Apr 2007 02:05:48 GMT

Welcome to the PRobecast, Episode 10 of Topaz Partners' podcast. This week's panel, Doug Haslam, Tim Allik and Rob Capra, discuss: 1. UMass Boston's Center For Media and Society and New England Ethnic News- Topaz recently spoke with students who are incorporating social media into their online news site 2. A look at Technorati chief David Sifry's "State of the Live Web" report 3. Video blogger Josh Wolf released from prison 4. Search Engine Marketing a threat to PR? 5. PodCamp NYC, the PodCamp Foundation, and liveblogging 6. Bright Side: Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin 7. PRSA Boston's 2007-2008 Scholarship Grant Program 8. So long InfoWorld (print) 9. Battle of the Podcast Themes is coming-- honest!

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