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Bob Garfield, co-host of the reliably superb “On the Media” (which airs Sundays on 90.9) peers into the media horizon and divines signs that bode ill for those of us in the content biz … bode very ill indeed … apocalyptically so. (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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The New Here & Now Logo, originally uploaded by WBUR.
After month—maybe years—of agonizing arm-twisting and office furniture broken in fits of creative pique (okay, I exaggerate), the redesign of “Here & Now” inches oh-so-very-close to completion. Let the heavens rejoice! (more…)

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Locavore Breakfast, originally uploaded by lanceball.

Based on this and the previous post, it is quite evident I am hankering for Turkey Day….

Public radio gourmands, unite! Grab your chef’s apron and hurry to the kitchen and help me cook up a heady stew steeped in Web 2.0 wholesomeness. (more…)

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The world’s largest six pack, originally uploaded by magnetbox.

The GM is right that we in the social media community are, today, relatively small in number and don’t really fall in the Joe Six Pack demographic. I suspect we would probably describe ourselves as early adopters, rather than Joe Six Packs. That should be an advantage: Early adopters help to discern the future, what will be and – equally as important – what won’t be. Having spent my career in technology, I would jump at the opportunity to have a willing community of early adopters advise and inform my company’s strategy and provide feedback on performance.

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[Tris Speaker, Boston AL (baseball)] (LOC), originally uploaded by The Library of Congress.

Todd Mundt is no garden-variety public radio servant.

A new media evangelist in public broadcasting circles, he is the brains behind “Louisville Public Media.” Notice that is not “radio,” or “broadcasting,” but “media.” (more…)

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tree peony, originally uploaded by samatt.

The people have spoken. It is officially “The ConverStation.”

I thought the name might be too clever by half. You begged to disagree, and the majority of your comments favored some variation of “Converstation.”

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