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    Live from the Front Lines–The (Blogged) Words of War

    Update: The Interview on podcast.

    Another example of blogging morphing with other media:The Press release from BlogTalkRadio:

    Tuesday October 17, 2006 - On October 19th at 7 PM est., Scott Kesterson an embedded reporter with the US Army’s 41st Brigade in Afghanistan will be calling in live to BlogTalkRadio.com for a one on one interview with David Perlmutter.

    This is Scott’s first live interview since being embedded at the beginning of March 2006. Scott will be discussing what is going on in Afghanistan behind the scenes and on the front lines. From his first hand experiences alongside our solders during battle armed with only a camera, to filming our troops training of the Afghanistan National Guard.

    Interviewing Scott will be David D. Perlmutter; David is a professor and associate dean for graduate studies and research in the William Allen White School of Journalism & Mass Communications at the University of Kansas. He writes regularly for the Chronicle of Higher Education and has published over 130 opinion essays for U.S. and international newspapers. In addition, he is frequently interviewed by wire services, newspapers, magazines, and television media such as the New York Times, National Public Radio, CNN, Reuters, UPI, the AP, and ABC News as well as featured in a number of documentaries .

    How to tune into The Words of War.

    Stream the show live from your computer by visiting Scott Kesterson’s host channel at www.blogtalkradio.com/kesterson , and dial in live at 646-915-8531 to have the unique ability to talk to Scott live from the frontlines.

    About BlogTalkRadio.com

    BlogTalkRadio.com helps bloggers and other individuals extend their reach through hosting their own live talk show. People can listen live and call in to comment, interact, and engage the host. All in real-time and all for free. Each host is provided a dedicated phone number for the show and listeners can use any phone, whether land line, cell phone, VOIP, etc. to listen in or to participate. Blogtalkradio enhances traditional podcasting, by allowing live interaction recorded in a downloadable format complete with RSS feeds.

    To learn more about the website and upcoming news, visit www.blogtalkradio.com

    Originally posted on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at PolicybyBlog.

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    In December of 2006 Dr. Dhavan Shah of the University of Wisconsin and his “Blogclub” of graduate students and Dr. David D. Perlmutterof the University of Kansas conducted a survey of major political blogs and their readers. The project was partially sponsored by a grant from the Knight/Carnegie Foundation’s Future of Journalism initiative. The summary of the results are posted here--please fully cite us if you refer to the findings.

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