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Twitterati at 90.9

Twitterati at 90.9

My personal thanks to those who attended last evening’s meet-up, the highlight of which was an intense, wide-ranging conversation about The Boston Globe. The fallout from the newspaper industry going belly up was passionately discussed, including how this would impact other journalistic entities like, for example, WBUR.

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Flu Shots

Outbreaks are tailor-made for social media. There’s the Google map mash-up, the Centers for Disease Control Twitter-feed, and now NPR has lauched its very own “flu blog,” pithily titled “Flu Shots.”

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soundofyoungamerica

Young, fearless, and possessing the savvy and know-how to leverage the “interwebs” to build brand and grow audience, meet Jesse Thorn, the man behind the one-man podcast/radio show/”interactive media experience” that is The Sound of Young America.

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My previous post got me to thinking about another popular show and its connection with 90.9. And that connection goes beyond the obvious.

You may have heard of the program, a modest little show out of Chicago (or is it NYC?) called “This American Life.” Yeah, I imagine you’ve heard of it. (more…)

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Blogging will slacken the next few days due to an out-of-town trip.

In the meantime, this is for all you “Wait, Wait” fans:

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@bostonmarketer and @JoselinMane

@bostonmarketer and @JoselinMane

Yes, it has happened before.

Check this out. Not only that, we’ve had one of the regular attendees to the @wbur Tweet-ups report for us. (more…)

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"Ring and Spring" Microphones, originally uploaded by jschneid.

Vivian Schiller, who helms National Public Radio, spoke from DC with Tom Ashbrook yesterday. Check out the lively conversation the interview elicited on the website. Get any two radio listeners into a room…. (more…)

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