The Rundown with Politics on the Web with Katie Paine

This week Katie Paine will join me on The Rundown for a special Election Day episode over at BlogTalkRadio. As always, The Rundown is my weekly LIVE podcast featuring an analysis or summary of something by a knowledgeable person – and me.

Katie and I will be discussing PR’s role in a world where politics meets web. Katie has been working on an analysis of the YouTube debates and will share her thoughts, insights and analysis.

About KD Paine:

She’s a serial entrepreneur specializing in measuring the effectiveness of marketing programs. People in the PR blogosphere know her as the Measurement Guru where she blogs at KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog and The Measurement Standard Blog, a blog for comments and questions about articles in The Measurement Standard, the international newsletter of public relations measurement and research published by KDPaine & Partners. A former journalist, Katie entered Silicon Valley when it was just know as “a valley.” After 7 years on the corporate side, she launched The Delahaye Group.

Katie is working on an analysis of politics on the web, specifically how the YouTube debates are effecting the election.

therundown.jpgWe’ll be chatting about communication on the web and how’s it’s affecting politics. We will NOT be talking about politics, so leave your crazy opinions and political leanings at home. If I ask you howz it hangin’ you say “straight down the middle.” Got it?

The Rundown airs on Tuesdays at 1:30pm Eastern. Because it’s live, your calls are welcome. Whenever I have I guest you’d like to talk to or question, just call in at (646) 716-8329. You can also email your text or audio comments to me before the show and I’ll play them. The archives will be available at my BlogTalkRadio host page or by subscribing to the show’s RSS feed or at iTunes.

See the Updated Data on Katie’s YouTube analysis as predictor of election results:

  • www.diydashboard.com
    user name: guest
    password: kdpaine
    In the Dashboard area, select YouTube, then click on any of the charts listed, and you can click on any of the bars to get the data behind them
  • Katie’s Blog
  • Katie’s Book BlogMeasuring Public Relationships FREE download

Disclosure: I am employed at BlogTalkRadio

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One Response

  1. […] Podcasts? I confess I am a bit of a latecomer to podcasts. When all the millennials around me started talking about them a few years ago I rolled my eyes and thought, “Huh?” Then of course every marketing guru started one, and I was grateful to be a featured guest on many of them. But still, I never actually listened to them—other than to make sure I didn’t sound too whiny (sorry Luke Armour!). […]

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