Friday, November 20, 2009

New to following blogs?

If you're like me, you are a newcomer to the blogosphere. For a long time, I asked, "What's the point?" The point is, blogs are a great way to keep up with news, information, and new ideas on topics of interest. If you want a quick start into the world of blogs, particularly those targeted to media in general and broadcasting in particular, here is the list of blogs which I follow. Fire up your blog reader (I use Google's Blogger, and Google Reader, but there are plenty of choices, including your browser) and check out any of these which look interesting:
BIA Perspectives (BIA/Kelsey)
Borrell Associates (Gordon Borrell)
Broadcast Law Blog (Davis Wright Tremaine)
BuzzMachine (Jeff Jarvis)
Cinnamonlaw's Blog (Scott Cinnamon)
CommLawBlog (Fletcher Heald)
Country Comments (Program Consultant Joel Raab)
Daisy Whitney (new media)
Esserblog (my partner at Media Services Group, Eddie Esserman)
George F. Colony (Forrester Research)
George Reed's Radio/TV Station Trading Views (my blog)
Great Sellers Go To Heaven (Bob Sherman)
Greater Media, Inc. - From The Corner Office (Peter Smyth)
Groundswell (social technologies)
Hear 2.0 (Mark Ramsey's, a must read for radio people)
How to Change the World (Guy Kawasaki)
iMedia Trends (Nick Anthony)
Ink Tank (Eric Rhoads from Radio Ink)
Inside Music Media (Agree or disagree with what he says, Jerry Del Colliano is thought provoking)
JacoBlog - Jacobs Media's Blog (Fred Jacobs)
Joe Gorman's Media Blog
Marketing Exposed (Catherine Maino)
Mashable! (great blog for tracking social media)
Musings of An Evil Genius (Beth Warren)
Radio 2020
Radio InSights (Harker Research)
Random Thoughts on Marketing & More (Steve Gaines)
Scobleizer -- Tech geek blogger
Seth's Blog (Seth Godin)
The Media Fix (John Parikhal)
ThoseinMedia (a blog of blogs)
Tom Scott's Radio Truth (from our own Tom Scott in Charlottesville)
Triton Digital Media
General Business
Glick Report (Alexis Glick from FOX Business)
Gretawire (Greta Van Susteren from FOX News)
Michelle Malkin
Nealz Nuze (Neal Boortz's)
Charlottesville (where we operate radio stations)
Joe Thomas Presents: "Blog-casting" (Morning drive personality on WCHV-AM)
Personal (Cara's, one of my daughters, blogs)
Sounds like Folk
The Book Deity
Let me know what you think.

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