Tag Archives: New Media Havens

Sony's Senior VP of Corporate Communication, Rick Clancy

The Sony Corporation dove into social media earlier this year with, for example, two blogs and a lot of thought. Rick Clancy, Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications, joins New Media Havens today.

Clancy Clancy joins John C. Havens on New Media Havens today at 1pm ET to talk about Sony’s move into social media, electronics and Sony products, and the upcoming CES conference in Vegas.

Clancy is also the author of the Sony Electronics Blog, about which he writes:

I realize that this blog may not please everyone, but the world of Sony sure does have a lot to offer….I hope to bring you some insights and perspectives on innovative products, new technologies, industry issues, major events, consumer topics, b2b initiatives, marketing campaigns, retail strategies, customer service, environmental efforts, and more…much more. I will also use this site to clarify misperceptions, debate certain hot topics, address issues in the press, announce major service alerts, talk about key trends and comment on timely news events. On occasion, I’d like to take the liberty of offering some of my personal Sony experiences…

Join this conversation with Sony corporate leadership to get the inside scoop on Sony’s move into new media. Call in number: (646) 716-7071.

Sony’s Senior VP of Corporate Communication, Rick Clancy

The Sony Corporation dove into social media earlier this year with, for example, two blogs and a lot of thought. Rick Clancy, Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications, joins New Media Havens today.

Clancy Clancy joins John C. Havens on New Media Havens today at 1pm ET to talk about Sony’s move into social media, electronics and Sony products, and the upcoming CES conference in Vegas.

Clancy is also the author of the Sony Electronics Blog, about which he writes:

I realize that this blog may not please everyone, but the world of Sony sure does have a lot to offer….I hope to bring you some insights and perspectives on innovative products, new technologies, industry issues, major events, consumer topics, b2b initiatives, marketing campaigns, retail strategies, customer service, environmental efforts, and more…much more. I will also use this site to clarify misperceptions, debate certain hot topics, address issues in the press, announce major service alerts, talk about key trends and comment on timely news events. On occasion, I’d like to take the liberty of offering some of my personal Sony experiences…

Join this conversation with Sony corporate leadership to get the inside scoop on Sony’s move into new media. Call in number: (646) 716-7071.

Ian Murdock, Sun Strategist Sheds Light on Startup Camp

Special guest on New Media Havens today is Ian Murdock discussing his role at Sun Microsystems and the upcoming Startup Camp.

Ian Murdock is the Chief Operating Systems Platform Strategist at Sun Microsystems. He’ll be discussing both Sun Microsystems and Startup Camp on New Media Havens today at Noon ET.

Startup Camp

Ian also blogs about emerging platforms, the open source business opportunity, and the commoditization of software on Ian Murdock’s Weblog.

Startup Camp, held in New York City on October 22-23, 2007, is the Unconference for the Startup Community. In true unconference fashion, it’s free and the schedule is set by the attendees.

Startup Camp is an unconference-style event that’s dedicated to bringing together the various members of the startup community for a face-to-face collaborative meetup where its the attendees that drive the agenda

David Meerman Scott Brings The New Rules to BlogTalkRadio

The rules of marketing and public relations have changed. There is no question about this statement. But what are the new rules? What do we do about it? David Meerman Scott just might tell us.

final-nrmpr-cover.jpgDavid Meerman Scott joins John C. Havens on “New Media Havens” today, at 11:30am ET to discuss David’s book “The New Rules of Marketing and PR: How to use news releases, blogs, viral marketing and online media to reach buyers directly. Hmm, what online tools can I think of where you can talk directly to your audience…hmm, and have them talk back? Hmm.

david-meerman-scott.JPGDavid is a online thought leadership and viral marketing strategist. The programs he has developed have won numerous awards and are responsible for selling over one billion dollars in products and services worldwide. He has lived and worked in New York, Tokyo, Boston, and Hong Kong and has presented at industry conferences and events in over twenty countries on four continents. Check out his blog at www.WebInkNow.com.

Specifically, John and David will address thoughts on how people who are NOT in the new media space have responded to the book’s concepts. Join the discussion at (646) 716-7071. Whether you’re a seasoned online marketing veteran or a novice to this space, you can get and give something to this conversation.