Just wanted to give everyone a quick update on the latest at Gov 2.0 Radio. We’re still a by-the-seat-of-the-pants operation, but our guests and great co-hosts more than make up for my scant production skills. I also want to take this opportunity to thanks all of our listeners, especially the folks who tweet about the show and join the live chats during each episode. You enrich the show for everyone. Thank you!
There are several ways for you to listen to the show:
Live on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET (tonight we’re hosting Dr. John Ohab from the DoD’s Armed with Science);
At the BlogTalkRadio Gov 2.0 show page, where you can also grab RSS feeds, episode widgets and more;
At GovLoop, on the podcasts page, where you can also listen to Dustin Haisler and Pam Broviak’s Gov 101 Radio; and
You can always find the latest from Gov 2.0 Radio on our Twitter feed.
We’re a media sponsor for the Gov 2.0 Expo, which has brought us special guests this past week. Here’s a quick look at a few recent shows from our packed schedule:
Making a Social Media Splash – on our regular Sunday show, a conversation with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s Amy Sinclair about how the agency uses Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more to engage, educate and respond to the public;
Gov as Platform is Here to Stay – more than a year after having Tim O’Reilly on the show to talk about his DC Gov 2.0 conferences, we host Laurel Ruma, O’Reilly Media’s Gov 2.0 evangelist, and Alex Howard, the new O’Reilly Gov 2.0 correspondent, to discuss the movement’s growth;
The Pentagon and Public Engagement – Department of Defense advisor Price Floyd, a keynote speaker at the Gov 2.0 Expo, discusses the promise and challenges of social media for the military.
Again, thank you!