mbites Podcast – Corporate Blogging – PR guff or PR savvy?

The mbites.com podcast this week looked at the relatively new phenomenon (at least in the UK) of corporate blogging: blogs run by firms and organisations both as a communications exercise and as a kind of customer relationship thing. We also touched on blogging ‘as publishing’. The guests (pictured above) were Tim Houghton, managing director of New Media Intelligence, and Dana Gornitzki, editorial consultant, journalist and contributor to the The Globe

mbites Podcast: Digital music – how the fans and the bands are revolutionising the music business

The mbites.com podcast this week looked at how digital music is impacting both on music fans and the artists themselves. The guests (pictured) were Laura Lee Davies, former editor of Time Out magazine in London and a music journalist of 20 years experience, and Ben Drury, founder and managing director of 7digital.com, which provides digital downloading services to many leading brands and artists’ web sites. Download the MP3 file here

Mbites Podcast: Moblogging and Podcasting – media from the masses?

This week Mbites.com hosted its latest “Bitecast”, featuring two guests: Alfie Dennen (left), co-founder of Moblog UK and Chris Skinner (right), co-founder of Podcast User Magazine. Download the MP3 file here (approx 19MB, 20 minutes long) or subscribe to the podcast feed and download it automatically into your favourite podcasting software and/or mobile media player device. The second in our regular series of podcasts (chaired by journalist Mike Butcher) looked

Mbites Podcast: Is video the New New Thing?

Cary Marsh, Mydeo.com Paul Munford, Monty’s Mobile Gaming Outlook This week Mbites.com brought together Cary Marsh, co-founder of consumer streaming video start-up Mydeo.com and Paul Munford, editor of must-read weekly mobile industry newsletter Monty’s Mobile Gaming Outlook, for the first in a weekly series of podcasts. Hosted at the cool London private members club, Adam Street, the podcast covered recent events at 3GSM, the global mobile conference and whether we