I’m horribly late in getting this second podcast up. As soon as I finished the first one (an interview with the inestimable Elizabeth Albrycht), I succumbed once again to podcast-production-phobia. Well, it’s kinda silly because it really isn’t that hard. (That’s my cute photo of Phil, BTW.)
Phil Gomes is Edelman PR‘s Senior Counsel for Online Communications. He’s based in L.A. I caught up with him in Palo Alto on March 2, 2006 at the NewComm Forum.
In this edition of the Corporate Blogging Podcast, Phil and I chat about the “self-regulation” of the blogosphere. Phil talks about credibility, responsibility, being intellectually honest and how having a conversation means that you’re not lecturing. Robert Scoble and DL Byron stop by to say hi while Phil and I are talking. You’ll hear all their voices.
Download the show here (MP3, 12.9 MB, 14 mins) or sign up for the RSS feed to get it (and future editions of the CBP) automatically.
Subscribe and listen to Earshot, Phil’s Edelman podcast.
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