Oct 26, 2006
Iowa Public Radio has started a blog for communicating with its listeners as it morphs its three formerly disparate stations into a unified statewide network. "Iowans will be able to talk back to us, and they’ll be able to talk among themselves," writes Todd Mundt, IPR's director of content and media, on his blog. (Earlier coverage in Current of the network's genesis.)
Posted by Mike at 10:49 PM
Yahoo made Remotely Connected, a PBS.org collaborative review blog, its website pick of the day for Oct. 26. The PBS project invites "a small, diverse group of bloggers" to comment "on major PBS programs airing in October and November, in an open forum."
Posted by Jeremy Egner at 1:58 PM
A new survey by the the Conference Board's Consumer Internet Barometer says 1 in 10 online consumers now watches TV online, reports Multichannel Newswire. The most popular methods for viewing the broadcasts are streaming and free download, according to the survey: "Very few consumers are willing to pay per download or enroll in subscription services."
Posted by Jeremy Egner at 10:38 AM