NewComm Conversations interviews those individuals on the cutting edge of new communications tools, technologies and emerging modes of communication. The show explores the growing phenomena of participatory communications and their effect on traditional media, professional communications & society.
Steady Progress in Social Media at Intel
By way of introducing his role to a discussion panel at a joint colloquium of the Society for New Communications Research and the Social Media in Marketing and Adverting meetup group on March 25, 2009, Ken Kaplan (Broadcast and New Media Manager at Intel Corporation) spoke about priorities for social media at Intel.
Education, Collaboration and Innovation at Intel using Social Media
By Rich Reader At a general meeting of the Society for New Communications Research, Jen McClure asks the panelists to give a view into education, collaboration, and innovation. Ken E. Kaplan says that the silos remain present & visible, but that SM facilitates cross-pollenation. Individual pioneers and experts transport early stage thought between groups.
Social Media Helps SAP Outperform Expectations in the Downturn
By Rich Reader Addressing the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR) and the Social Media in Marketing & Advertising, Don Bulmer, VP, Industry & Influencer Relations, Global Communications, SAP explains how Social Media has contributed to both the top line and the bottom line improving the scale of customer relations at lower costs through greater streaming content.
CompuSchmooze Podcast #28: A Conversation about Using Social Media in Public Diplomacy, with David Saranga, Israel’s Consul for Media and Public Affairs
Editor’s Note: The CompuSchmooze podcast supplements the monthly “CompuSchmooze” newspaper column on technology written by SNCR Senior Fellow Steve “PodcastSteve” Lubetkin in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey. On December 30, 2008, the Israeli Consulate General in New York hosted a “citizens’ press conference” and invited interested parties to send the Consulate questions.
NewComm Conversations Podcast: SNCR Fellow Meghan Hindman Interviews Fard Johnmar
SNCR Fellow Meghan Hindman interviews Fard Johnmar of Envision Solutions about his latest research study, “The Evolving Health Blogosphere.” Listen to their conversation here. RUNNING TIME: 32:51 Theme music: The Tequila Mockingbirds, “Whoa Zone” Featured music: “The Miracle,” Bev Barnett and Greg Newlon Courtesy the Podsafe Music Network.
Lubetkin’s Other Blog Podcast – SNCR #3, Luncheon Panel of NewComm Forum Alumni
In this third in a series of special episodes of Lubetkin’s Other Blog Podcast recorded during the April 2008 New Communications Forum of the Society for New Communications Research, we present a panel luncheon discussion among alumni of previous New Communications Forum programs. Keynote Luncheon Panel begins its presentation.
The Doctors’ Lounge Online at Sermo
Some of the more effective social networks get their start in the physical world. Sermo is a good example. Sermo is an online community primarily composed of physicians sharing experiences and information. In some ways it replicates the doctors’ lounge in a hospital, without the geographical boundaries.
Lubetkin’s Other Blog Podcast Special SNCR Episode #1, Keynote Address by Joseph Jaffe at New Communications Forum, 4/2008
In this first in a series of special episodes of Lubetkin’s Other Blog Podcast, we present the keynote presentation at the New Communications Forum in April 2008 by Joseph Jaffe, president and chief interruptor of crayon, a new marketing company. This program was recorded April 22, 2008 at the New Communications Forum in Santa Rosa.
Richard Binhammer of Dell Computer Speaks with SNCR Fellow John Cass at NewComm Forum
In this second in a series of special episodes of Lubetkin’s Other Blog Podcast recorded during the New Communications Forum of the Society for New Communications Research, we present SNCR Senior Fellow John Cass interviewing Richard Binhammer of Dell Computer. Richard Binhammer, left, and John Cass, SNCR Senior Fellow (Lubetkin photo) This program was recorded April.
PRSA/Philadelphia Video Podcast: Media Chameleons: How the Visual News Media is Adapting in the Fast-paced Video World, May 22, 2008
PRSA/Philadelphia and Professional Podcasts LLC present a video podcast program, recording at the Union League Club on May 22, 2008. In this vidcast, a group of media experts discuss how their jobs have changed and the media has adapted to technology and changes in the news business. The program runs 1 hour 23 minutes.
River Communications Group, An Evening with Peter Shankman
Click to Play In this podcast presented by the River Communications Group, Peter Shankman, CEO of The Geek Factory and author of Can We Do That? — Outrageous PR Stunts that Work, and Why Your Company Needs Them, discusses the importance of social media for professional communicators.
NewComm Conversations Podcast: SNCR Fellow John Cass Interviews Frank Ellison of Comcast
SNCR Fellow John Cass interviews Frank Ellison of Comcast Customer Outreach as part of the Society for New Communications Research’s research study, “Exploring the Link Between Customer Care & Brand Reputation in the Age of Social Media, which was sponsored by Nuance Customer Care Solutions. Listen to the podcast here.
New Communications Conversations Podcast: Jen McClure Interviews J.D. Lasica
SNCR executive director Jen McClure interviews JD Lasica about citizen journalism, the state of the journalism and the news media and his NewComm Forum ’08 keynote with Leonard Brody of NowPublic. Don’t miss it – register today! LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE Don’t forget to check out the New Communications Review Podcast Directory.
Doug Hay of Expansion Plus Discusses Search Engine Optimization at Third Thursday in New York
This podcast features a live remote recording from the inaugural meeting of Third Thursday New York at the Heartland Brewery, Fifth Avenue and 34th Street (Empire State Building), New York. The presenter was Doug Hay, President and Principal of ExpansionPlus, an online PR and marketing firm based in Los Angeles.
New Communications Conversations Podcast: Joseph Jaffe, Jim Nail & Jen McClure Discuss Conversational Marketing Study
New Communications Conversations This New Communications Conversations podcast features a discussion between SNCR Senior Fellow Joseph Jaffe, author of the new book Join the Conversation, SNCR Vendor Council and Advisory Board member Jim Nail of Cymfony & the SNCR’s Jen McClure as they discuss and debate the findings of the recent conversational marketing study.
SNCR Executive Director Jen McClure Featured on Tech PR War Stories
SNCR Fellows Paul Gillin and David Strom interview SNCR executive director Jen McClure on the 50th episode of their popular podcast series, Tech PR War Stories The Social Media Think Tank The Society for New Communications Research has been studying social media since before the term was created. Founded by veteran publicist Jen McClure in 2004.
SNCR Senior Fellow Steve Lubetkin Interviews Jeff Pulver at Social Media Breakfast in Philadelphia
This podcast features a report recorded at the breakfast for social media devotees hosted by Jeff Pulver in Philadelphia on January 31, 2008. SNCR Senior Fellow Steve Lubetkin attended, along with about 50 other social media users including bloggers, podcasters, videobloggers, web designers and others. Steve interviewing Jeff Pulver More photos at Steve’s Flickr site.
CROSSPOSTING: River Communications Group Video Pod #1: Web 2.0 with Brian Crooks, Avenue A|Razorfish
Click to Play The River Communications Group presents a discussion of Web 2.0 with Brian Crooks, executive creative director in the Philadelphia office of Avenue A|Razorfish, recorded November 8, 2007 at the Merrill Lynch Conference Center in Pennington, NJ, by Professional Podcasts LLC of Cherry Hill, NJ,The program runs about 1 hour 10 minutes.
NewComm Conversations Podcast: SNCR Fellow John Cass Interviews Wendy Harman from the American Red Cross
SNCR Fellow John Cass interviews Wendy Harman from the American Red Cross as part of the SNCR’s New Influencer research study, which was made possible by a grant from the Institute for Public Relations and Wieck Media. Running time: 37:15 About the music: The intro music is called “Whoa Zone” by the Tequila Mockingbirds.
An Interview with SNCR Fellow Bruce Lowry of Novell
Running time: 35:26 An Interview with Bruce Lowry of Novell. SNCR Fellow Dan Karleen hosts. About the music: The intro music is called “Whoa Zone” by Peter Pashoukos and George Fletcher and can be downloaded here. We also feature Pashoukos and Fletcher, a/k/a the Tequila Mockingbirds and the tune “My Babe.”