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Stories Tagged "Internet"

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Social Media: Business Approaches for Twitter (Full Program) (#230)

posted on May 29, 2009 at 11:41 AM

Social Media: Business Approaches for Twitter (Full Program) (#230)
Full Program: Social media - internet systems of linking strangers and friends and businesses - are now marketing must-dos. What do Iowa business owners need to know about the business of social media? 27:47 Read More »

Twitter and Business - How Iowans are Using Social Media (#230)

posted on May 21, 2009 at 9:20 PM

Twitter and Business - How Iowans are Using Social Media  (#230)
Social Media is growing and becoming mainstream. What exactly are some benefits of using Twitter or Facebook? 03:00 Read More »

Discussion: Twitter and Social Media and Business (#230)

posted on May 21, 2009 at 8:17 PM

Discussion: Twitter and Social Media and Business  (#230)
Social media - internet systems of linking strangers and friends and businesses - are now marketing must-dos. What do Iowa business owners need to know about the business of social media? The Iowa Journal discusses the current trends with two... 20:21 Read More »

Who will report when all the reporters are gone? (Full Program) (#218)

posted on February 27, 2009 at 1:56 PM

Who will report when all the reporters are gone? (Full Program) (#218)
Full Program: Economic downsizing and consolidation in media outlets, including magazines, newspapers, radio, and television, has resulted in news staffs being cut drastically in the past several years. So, who will be the investigative journalists in the... 28:17 Read More »

Discussion: Who Will Report when the Reporters are Gone? (#218)

posted on February 26, 2009 at 2:24 PM

Discussion: Who Will Report when the Reporters are Gone?  (#218)
Economic downsizing and consolidation in media outlets, including magazines, newspapers, radio, and television, has resulted in news staffs being cut drastically in the past several years. So, who will be the investigative journalists in the... 43:52 Read More »

Iowa's Music Industry (Full Program) (#148)

posted on April 7, 2008 at 10:04 AM

Full Program: New technologies may well shift power from music recording "moguls" to the artists, including the Iowa musicians who create what we want to hear. But no one has a clear view of the way to play the future. On this Iowa Journal, we’ll examine the... 27:46 Read More »

Discussion: Iowa Infrastructure - Planes, Trains, and the Internet (#141)

posted on February 26, 2008 at 11:30 AM

Discussion: Iowa Infrastructure - Planes, Trains, and the Internet  (#141)
Is it time for Iowa to begin moving people, commerce and information differently? Is it time to overhaul the state’s infrastructure? The answers to those questions could define the state for the rest of the century. Iowa's Infrastructure is... Read More »

Iowa's Infrastructure - Planes, Trains and the Internet (#141)

posted on February 26, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Iowa's Infrastructure - Planes, Trains and the Internet (#141)
Is it time for Iowa to begin moving people, commerce and information differently? Is it time to overhaul the state’s infrastructure? The answers to those questions could define the state for the rest of the century. Iowa's Infrastructure is... 05:10 Read More »

Iowa's Infrastructure (Full Program) (#141)

posted on February 26, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Iowa's Infrastructure (Full Program) (#141)
Full Program: Is it time for Iowa to begin moving people, commerce and information differently? Is it time to overhaul the state’s infrastructure? The answers to those questions could define the state for the rest of the century. Iowa's Infrastructure is... 27:46 Read More »

Daytrotter.com: New Technology in Iowa's Music Industry (#140)

posted on February 21, 2008 at 10:23 AM

Daytrotter.com: New Technology in Iowa's Music Industry (#140)
Is new technology creating fertile musical ground or making it easier for people to rip-off revenue? 05:00 Read More »

Iowa's Music Industry (Full Program) (#140)

posted on February 21, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Iowa's Music Industry (Full Program) (#140)
Full Program: New technologies may well shift power from music recording "moguls" to the artists, including the Iowa musicians who create what we want to hear. But no one has a clear view of the way to play the future. On the next The Iowa Journal we’ll... 27:45 Read More »

Technology's Effect on Education (#134)

posted on February 1, 2008 at 3:59 PM

Technology's Effect on Education (#134)
The use of the Internet and all the devices it spawned as well as some stand alone gadgets has been a boon to modern education. But the devices are not solely employed to tap that knowledge. As filmmaker Woody Allen once said, "I believe in the... Read More »

Multitasking and Issues with Communication in the Digital Age (Web Exclusive) (#134)

posted on February 1, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Multitasking and Issues with Communication in the Digital Age (Web Exclusive) (#134)
Michael Bugeja from Iowa State University and Jan Bartlett from the University of Northern Iowa discuss the issues that multitasking brings to today's world. 11:42 Read More »

Multitasking in the Digital Age (Full Program) (#134)

posted on January 30, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Multitasking in the Digital Age (Full Program) (#134)
Full Program: The internet, cell phones, iPods, and more - how are multitasking gadgets changing the way we gather information, communicate, socialize, work and learn? 27:47 Read More »

Robert Paterson: Extended Interview (#104)

posted on May 23, 2007 at 12:00 AM

Robert Paterson: Extended Interview (#104)
Change Consultant who recently counseled National Public Radio (NPR) on how new media would impact its business and its 30 million daily listeners. 33:13 Read More »
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