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Politics & Podcasting - Hour#11 of our 2006 New Year Webcastathon Discussion


Politics & Podcasting

Part#2 of our New Year Webcastathon Discussion

with Scott Fletcher of Podcheck Review

December 31, 2005


As our discussion with Scott Fletcher continues, we begin addressing the effect that podcasting and new media might have in politics and society. We are joined by Rob Walch, Stephen Downes, and John Mullaney.

What are the does and don’ts for podcasting politicians? What role will podcasters play in shaping the public debate and the electoral process? Why would five charming guys like ourselves spend New Year’s Eve discussing such things on a webcast? We attempt to address these and other fascinating questions as the clock ticks down to 2006.

Worldbridges LiveWIRE - May 13, 2005

Interviews & Links Mentioned

Today’s webcast included podsafe music found at Garageband.com

Syd - Back Home - Boston

Sleepwalker - Project Invisible Cloister - Bulgaria


(no chat log was archived from this webcast)

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