On May 16th, Infinity Broadcasting’s KYCY-AM in San Francisco will drop its talk radio format and switch to broadcasting its listeners’ own podcasts. It’ll also stream those podcasts from the domain KYOURADIO.com Open Source Radio. Beginning today, listeners will be able to upload their podcasts of varying lengths for free at KYOURADIO>com, where podcasts will be chosen by the broadcaster. Infinity Broadcasting says that the pod programming will be determined by listener interests and feedback, and evaluated on a daily basis. Podcasting News, Wired.com, and The Washington Post provide further details. “There is a profound shift underway in the way […]
(The original was released on PR Newswire this morning.) TV Search Provider Critical Mention Inks Marketing Partnership with MacNeil/Lehrer Productions MacNeil/Lehrer Expands Paid Distribution Opportunities and Extends Brand Through Partnership With Critical Mention New York – April 26, 2005 – Critical Mention, Inc., the leading Web-based television search and monitoring service for corporate communications and business intelligence professionals, today announced a marketing partnership with MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, producers of the PBS program NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. Under the agreement, MacNeil/Lehrer Productions will receive a partnership fee based on the usage of clips from NewsHour with Jim Lehrer within Critical Mention
Speech to the 2005 annual meeting of the Broadcast Education Association.
I’m today in Las Vegas, where the Radio & Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) section of the National Association of Broadcasters annual convention has ended and the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) section has just begun. Although I work with RTNDA members, I’m today addressing the BEA because the latter organization is both at the cutting-edge and behind the times when the subject is the new medium. How can broadcast educators be simultaneously at the cutting-edge and behind? Because the deal with students who will be the future of journalism but the educators are even behind print journalism educators when the […]
As a native New Englander, I was relieved to hear U.S. National Public Radio’s Robert Siegel reveal the tragedy in Vermont.