A Facebook For Radio (#70)

A Facebook For Radio (#70)

This episode continues the tradition of doing things differently than we normally do, in that we are not broadcasting from the KMUZ studios, but instead, are podcasting a day late from my own home.  This was for a variety of reasons, all of which are personal, but I think my privacy settings are such that you shouldn’t necessarily know about them.

Unless, of course, you’re MyFacester+ Twinstagramblr.

Special thanks to Robert Shepard for cluing me into the song that opens todays program.  In the end, I think I delivered one of the best solo episodes I’ve produced in quite some time. And, in another turn of events, it is of a current, relevant topic.  That, to me, is something. Perhaps this will be a trend for our program.

But, let’s set aside all of that for the time being, and ask ourselves some hard questions about the Social Media landscape. What do we do when we have a Facebook for Radio? What status updates are dictating the next election you vote it. Think carefully about the next ad you place… and who might be able to see it.

All of that, and I have some fun with me new setup.

Enjoy.

A Facebook For Radio

Part I: Introduction

01.) Austin FM Theme * Paco Jones * Austin FM Theme * Self-Released (2016)

Part II: Is Facebook A Trap?

02.) Is Facebook A Trap? * Austin Rich * 30 September 2017 * Mid-Valley Mutations (2017)

Part III: Confessions of A Social Media Junkie

03.) Confessions of a Social Media Junkie * Austin Rich * 30 September 2017 * Mid-Valley Mutations (2017)

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