Andy Warhol was right. My 15 minutes of fame lasted exactly 15 minutes. Did you catch my interview on the Business Experience Radio show the other night?
I didn’t think so, but then again I knew that going in. After all, it was actual broadcast radio and many of our followers are all over the country and out of range. The good news is you can still relive my 15 minutes (literally) via podcast and streaming audio. Yippee...lucky you!
I do a fair amount of interviews, but usually via webcast or pre-recorded radio shows. Actually showing up at the studio (the broadcast studio for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) was a new experience. Broadcast radio is a lot faster than what I had expected and I actually enjoyed the snappy pace.
What really impressed me (other than the surroundings of the broadcast facility) was how prepared the Business Experience Radio Show hosts Lisa Caprelli and Brian Gaps were. They obviously did their homework.
After the obligatory discussion of our company history, we focused on the convergence of search engine optimization, social media, video and other off-line media away from “websites” and more toward “web presence”.
We covered a lot of ground very quickly, so give it a listen if you have 15-minutes to spare: