Gongol.com Archives: November 2009
Brian Gongol

November 24, 2009

Computers and the Internet Social networks are "going a little mad"
An astute observation from a man who also realizes that radio needs transcripts in order to succeed in the Internet age. Of course, that need for transcripts is likely to be fulfilled soon by Google, which is using Google Voice to develop a better transcription engine.

Broadcasting Woman puts brick through the glass of WGN-AM's sidewalk studio
It's often altogether too easy to give radio and TV hosts a scare

Aviation News USDOT imposes $175,000 in fines for that long-trapped flight at Rochester, Minnesota
Mesaba, Continental, and ExpressJet each got hit for leaving a plane full of passengers sitting on the ground at Rochester's airport overnight back in August

Computers and the Internet AOL retires the running man logo as its lead graphic
AOL is introducing a new branding campaign and it doesn't include the little running guy

Broadcasting Podcast: More looks at the future

Broadcasting Podcast: Bing meets Wolfram Alpha to build a real "decision engine"

Water News Nebraska's oldest ethanol plant turns 25

Recent radio podcasts