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Thu, 26 Apr 2007 20:47:11 GMTWelcome 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 firstname.lastname@example.org Audio: call +1-781-404-2419, or Skype doug.haslam
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Thu, 19 Apr 2007 14:09:46 GMTChip Griffin dropping some wisdom.
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Sat, 24 Mar 2007 13:30:46 GMTBrilliant!
Sat, 24 Mar 2007 03:18:49 GMTWelcome to the PRobecast, Episode 8 of Topaz Partners' weekly Tech PR podcast. This week's panel, Tim Allik, Rob Capra and Doug Haslam, discuss: * Opening notes-- thanks to Sam Whitmore for the mention in his latest Media Survey podcast * Listener comment -- Bryan Person of Bryper.com and the New Comm Road podcast on Bum Rush the Charts, and does mainstream media coverage matter for an online event? * Listener comment 2-- Chip Griffin of Custom Scoop, Pardon the Disruption and the Disruptive Dialogue podcast on Vegas and the New Comm Forum, and his comment on RSS leads us into a new discussion of podcast listenership numbers from Edison Media Research. * Coldwell Banker now selling real estate in Second Life. Honest commerce or another scandalous intrusion into virtual worlds? Nevertheless, Coldwell Banker takes our weekly Bright Side award. * Ron Jeremy-- forget Engadget, this is the latest must-get for consumer tech PR. * Rob updates us on the podcast theme music challenge. Heather Green of BusinessWeek has accepted our challenge. Watch this blog for word of the start of the challenge. * Things to do this weekend: March 24, Shutdown Day. Leave a comment! Whether you love what we said, hate it, or wonder why Doug didn't mention Twitter even once in this episode, we welcome your feedback and will include it in the show. Text: email email@example.com Audio: call +1-781-404-2419, or Skype doug.haslam
Sat, 17 Mar 2007 21:47:49 GMTWelcome to the PRobecast, Episode 7 ofTopaz Partners' weekly Tech PR podcast. This week's panel, Tim Allik, Adam Zand and Doug Haslam, discuss: * Opening notes-- a challenge to Bryan Person and Chip Griffin * Google moves to make search archives anonymous, and announces it on the company blog * State of the Media Report from the Project for Excellence in Journalism-- tidbits from the Online section of this annual report, including: podcasting adoption faster than RSS? (Plus gratuitous Twitter mention. * Adam Zand and Jen McClure of the Society for New Communications Research from the New Communications Forum * Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick makes the show again, this time for making moves in the face of PR crises. Plus, word of the day: "Governoring." * This week's Bright Side: Tim finds a silver lining in the Frito's/dead mouse story-- plus, the stock tip of the week * Adam issues a Podcast Theme challenge to Heather Green of BusinessWeek's Blogspotting * Things to do this weekend, even though it'll be too late by the time you hear this: Elven drum circle in Second Life, St. Patrick's Day/Evacuation Day, and a (ok, another) totally made up holiday * We ran out of time to mention it, but don't forget to Bum Rush the Charts March 22 Leave a comment! Text: Leave a comment at http://topazpartners.blogspot.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org Audio: call +1-781-404-2419, or Skype doug.haslam Video: email a file to email@example.com
Mon, 12 Mar 2007 18:40:12 GMTWelcome to the PRobecast, Episode 6 ofTopaz Partners' weekly Tech PR podcast. This week's panel, Tim Allik, Susan Koutalakis and Doug Haslam, discuss: * Technical note-- the Levelator is working quite well for us * Susan on pitching trade shows--what is the reporters' reception to pitching 6 clients at once for a trade show, as Topaz is doing for CTIA? Also, some trade show media lists are not, shall we say, accurate (hat tip to Chuck Tanowitz of Media Metamorhosis) * Ghostwriting blogs. Revisiting the PRSA Boston social media panel, and the subsequent online debate about PR people writing blogs for clients (Hat tip to Sterling Hager, John Cass, and our own Todd Van Hoosear; by the way, the word of the day is: "Sanctimonious") * Tim praisesUSA Today, which has stopped moderating comments-- plus we take an easy shot at Boston.com's "blogs." * Doug does Twitter redux (he found it useful after all), and a report by Adam Zand from the New Communications Forum * Bum Rush the Charts: scheme to put an indy band on top of the iTunes charts March 22. Leave a comment! Text: comment at topazpartners.blogspot.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org Audio: call +1-781-404-2419, or Skype doug.haslam Video: email a file to email@example.com
Wed, 07 Mar 2007 19:47:20 GMT*All technical burps have been fixed* Welcome to the PRobecast Episode 5, Topaz Partners' weekly Tech PR podcast. Back to sounding good (even better!) this week, but with the same old theme music (more on that in weeks to come) This week's panel, Tim Allik, Rob Capra, and Doug Haslam, discuss: * Where's Adam Zand? Among his travels in the next week, he will be at the New Communications Forum. We look forward to his report in one of our upcoming podcasts * PRSA Boston-- some impressions on last Monday's session, "Social Media: Practical Tips, Tricks, Tools and Pitfalls," where Topaz's own Todd Van Hoosear was a panelist. A hat tip to panelist Paul Gillin's summary of the evening, which also included panelist Todd Defren and moderator John Cass. * Rob discusses municipal PR; in particular, the city of New Orleans' search for professional PR help, evolving into a discussion of community blogging, including our own participation. * The U.S. Army tells troops not to talk about Walter Reed Army Medical Center expose-- Tim awards the weekly "bright side" award to the U.S. military for their handling of the issue, because it can only get better (with a vote for Jet Blue's own PR regression) * Twitter; Doug expands on his post on Twitter burnout (and pulls out the word of the day, "onomatopoetic"). * Politics and PR!(?); Hillary vs. Barack vs. David Geffen, and John Edwards gets psyched out in Second Life. Leave a comment! Text: comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org Audio: Call +1-781-404-2419 or Skype doug.haslam Video: email a file to email@example.com