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Podcast Review: The Managing the Gray Podcast

Podcast Review

This week’s Podcast Review is about the Managing the Gray Podcast.

Description: C.C. Chapman, new media maven for hire, uses this marketing podcast to help business professionals and individuals stay up to date on what is happening in the world of new media, consumer generated content and no control Public Relations.

Comments: With great audio quality, professionally produced intro’s and a great audio voice, C.C. Chapman brings you engaging content delivered with polish and panish.

Sometimes solo and sometimes with a who’s who of new media guests, he covers a wide range of topics surrounding new media and sometimes the edge of today’s new lifestyle choices, freedom of thinking empowered by technology is a key tenent to his podcasts. Here is a sampling of some recent show titles:

– Calculated Risks and Taking Chances
– Is the Word Conversation Cliched?
– Google Look Out – Zoho Is Gunning For You
– 5000 Web Applications

I can almost guarantee that you will learn something new or be exposed to something interesting that will make you think, “I had no idea about that.”

Pluses: Great content, slickly produced and the eclectic mix of topics is incredible. The site is easy to navigate, has literally the entire show transcripts available in a blog post.

Easy subscription buttons for RSS and other subscription types. Almost instant play, nice website, clean and easy to operate. Archives by date and category as well.

Minuses: Not much to criticize with this Podcast. Maybe in-post audio player versus launching an external player would be helpful.

Recommendation: One of the best produced podcasts I have listened to. Give the Managing the Gray Podcast a try.

2 Responses to “Podcast Review: The Managing the Gray Podcast”

  1. C.C. Chapman Says:

    Thank you very much for the review and the very kind words. I’m glad you are enjoying the program.

  2. EJMalyn Says:

    A lot to learn here. The topic range is great and the site is very easy to navigate. I say “superb” job.

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