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003 - Media Hacks - Live From The Carnegie Deli - 02-17-2009

  • Tuesday, Feb 17, 2009 - 10:26 AM
  • By Mitch Joel - Twist Image
 

Welcome to episode #3 of Media Hacks. It was recorded live over some of the biggest sandwiches I have ever seen at the Carnegie Deli in New York City. You’ll get to hear from Chris Brogan, Hugh McGuire, Julien Smith and more. We’re ranting, raving and panting all over media, publishing and books. Note: some of the language is not work safe. Enjoy the conversation…

Download the podcast here: Media Hacks Episode #3 - Host: Mitch Joel.

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7 Responses for "003 - Media Hacks - Live From The Carnegie Deli - 02-17-2009"

  1. Conference Call 360 » Blog Archive » Media Hacks February 18th, 2009 at 1:36 am

    [...] random audio segment idea into a full-blown show. We have managed to record four episodes already. The third one, which was recorded live from the Carnegie Deli in New York City last week went live on Sunday, and [...]

  2. Steve Martell February 18th, 2009 at 9:29 am

    Nice format. Great to hear everyone in the social setting, works on a more personal scale. Biggest point that was made is the need to remove “I” out of the conversations. There is a massive silent majority who are not involved. Yes - I do want to hear where all your heads are at (as I’m not in the silent majority), but also I would like to hear how we scale these ideas and thoughts to the silent majority who still feel refreshed when someone unlocks the door to blogs, twitter, and other social apps. This is a far greater challenge…maybe bring in some random people into your discussion, since you’re in a social setting.

  3. Media Hacks #3: Tools of Change and a Big Sandwich February 18th, 2009 at 10:37 am

    [...] can download the mp3 here, or head over to Media Hacks to have a listen (we’ll have our own intro music soon, I think…). Bookmark the [...]

  4. kevrichard February 18th, 2009 at 11:06 am

    I feel publishers and authors are going to have some of the same problems as the Music industry. I’ve spotted a few authors already who have given their books for free, and not to mention an entire website that allowed people to post magazines for free online( which has since been taken down). Determining the worth of a book is going to be difficult online and in the end its going to be about following demand.

    I smirked a bit at the final point of the podcast as I’m sometimes guilty of it as well. When you’re in on the world of digital and tech its so easy to completely go over the head of everyone else, you think that everyone is in on it because the information is so accessible but most people just don’t know whats out there. I would say its a great opportunity to convert people, I recently brought one of my friends on board to twitter and she’s really enjoying it!

  5. What do you mean, I actually have to do my job?: Why the media industries need to STFU and GBTW. | Jeremy Meyers dot com February 23rd, 2009 at 9:53 pm

    [...] post is inspired by the MediaHacks podcast, where Hugh McGuire relayed the story/opinion that Encyclopaedia companies were up in arms over [...]

  6. Sebastian February 27th, 2009 at 3:39 am

    When authors get advances and the books won’t get bought… I don’t know, sounds less like music industry but more like financial crisis to me. Publishers will go belly-up quicker than you can say ‘consolidation’.

  7. How The Kindle And iTouch Can Save The Comic Book Industry | OnlineMarketerBlog.com March 6th, 2009 at 7:23 am

    [...] the vast majority of Americans. A lot of people are like Julien Smith as recently featured on the Media Hacks podcast: Mitch Joel: “If you know as a consumer that you can grab a song off of BitTorrent or [...]


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