[Fwd: Boston Globe reporter query]
- Anybody in New England or maybe Boston? I don't know where my listeners
are (or even if I have any). If you're in Boston, Podcasting, and want
to contribute to this reporter, send him a note. I told him to contact
Adam and Dave Winer for more information.
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Subject: Boston Globe reporter query
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 15:28:30 -0500
Hi, Charlie. This is Peter Howe in Boston, Mass. I am working on a story
for the newspaper about the growth of podcasting and wondered whether from
your feedback you know of any fans you have in New England who might be
good for me to interview. I am trying to track down some users of podcasts
(in addition to podcasters).
Also anything you might want to say about when and why you started
podcasting, what kind of feedback you've gotten, how podcasting
complements/differs from blogging, etc., I would be very grateful to hear.
Peter J. Howe, reporter
Boston Globe business section
P.O. Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819
Podcasting from Mercer Island, In the middle of Lake Washington
It's cold, but it's a damp cold.
- Hi everyone:
At 02:10 PM 12/10/2004, you wrote:
>Anybody in New England or maybe Boston? I don't know where my listenersI got a note from that reporter too. He left it in the comments section of
>are (or even if I have any). If you're in Boston, Podcasting, and want
>to contribute to this reporter, send him a note. I told him to contact
>Adam and Dave Winer for more information.
my text blog. I had recently posted an entry on the controversy amongst
the blogosphere and posed the question as to why some can't understand the
advantages of podcasting.
I basically quoted Dave Winer, but added my own stuff too.
Since I'm new to the world of podcasting, I don't think I would be of much
use to this reporter and his efforts to get a story. Perhaps someone else
would like to take a shot? :)
You can read my text blog entry below. :)
Cheers for now & Happy Holidays :)
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