Monthly Archives: March 2012

World Radio Day And How The US Can Learn From The Rest Of The World

I ran across a post on the PBS Mediashift Idea Lab blog that told me something that I did not know.  UNESCO, part of he United Nations, has declared February 13th to be World Radio Day.  On their website, here’s what they say about radio: The World Radio Day seeks raise awareness about the importance of… Read More »

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The Internet Never Closes, Why Does Your "Customer Service"?

I had another one of those “slap myself in the forehead” moments this morning, and it reminded me how important customer service is in the age of the always running, worldwide, time zone agnostic Internet. All weekend long, I tried to upload songs to my (now I guess I call it) Google play music library… Read More »

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This Post Should Be Read By Every Executive In The Radio Business

I’ve written before about how radio is on the fast track to irrelevance, and that the smart owners and execs in the radio industry have the power to stop that and save the business.  Media guru Mark Ramsey wrote about Pandora and how radio is freaking out about it but shouldn’t on his blog yesterday.… Read More »

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Mediaite Botches Facts, Makes Carbonbite Look Less Lame

The web site Mediaite ran a story Sunday morning about online backup company Carbonite and their pulling ads from Rush Limbaugh‘s show after Limbaugh’s remarks about Sandra Fluke.  This post isn’t about the Limbaugh/Fluke issue, it’s about the massive inaccuracies in the Mediaite story. Here is what was posted on Mediaite Sunday morning: Even After Apology, Web… Read More »

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Rare Video Cameo By Mark Edwards

First of all, let’s get the legal mumbo jumbo out of the way.  I did not receive any compensation for appearing in this video, writing this post, or endorsing the company involved in the project.  So take THAT, Federal Trade Commission. One of the most important things in establishing a presence on the Internet is… Read More »

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