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QUIET NEWS DAY MEDIA PODCAST – EPISODE 38 SHOWNOTES
For Wednesday, July 21 2010
RAOUL MOAT NEWS FALLOUT
Sky’s James Matthew got close to events as they climaxed.
While BBC reporter falls foul of police bloggers:
Does David Cameron’s request for Facebook to remove the Raoul Moat page prove the Prime Minister doesn’t get social media?
Or does his double audience with Mark Zuckerberg show how engaged he really is?
Will the public embrace the Govt’s spending suggestion website?
500m FB users and launch of Facebook stories:
Facebook movie trailer:
YouTube and Life in a Day with Kevin McDonald and Ridley Scott:
Facebook Effect book published reviews – including The Scotsman.
Martin Clark and the astonishing growth of Daily Mail online:
Times and Sunday Times retains a third of readers despite paywalls:
BBC plans to extend operations into America:
Government looks to slash BBC TV licence fees:
Project Canvas development for industry standard platform the share TV OD online:
The Old Spice Pheonomenon:
Old Spice Viral Videos: “The future of marketing”
The background to the ads from thestar.com
And more than 1.1million views for Twit TV interview on the making of the ad interview with creatives Craig Allen and Eric Kallman of Wieden + Kennedy (from Portland, Oregon)
The Old Spice Success story By the numbers:
Shankman v Huyse and the blog row over personal branding:
Kami Huyse takes umbrage at Peter Shankman’s “arrogant tweeting” Tweet
Peter Shankman’s response to Kami Huyse
Stephen Rafferty gets surprise response from Farming Monthly to PR approach:
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