Clip Courtesy of The No Agenda Show – The Best Podcast in the Universe If you’re a Media Collusion student, you can spot native ads in your sleep. This one is a gem. Amazon purchased what’s called a “native advertisement” – content that runs as news but is really pure advertising. Skilled ad copywriters and network producers
Million $ ad buy on network TV awards show. TRANSCRIPT: ADAM CURRY: Here is one of the best native ads I have seen in a long time. It was funny. It was spectacular. It was real. They got the name check. I don’t know how it worked, but I’d say A plus for this advertising
TRANSCRIPT: NO AGENDA SHOW HOSTS: And the CBC the current as the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation today special and on this special about climate change. They had a guest. The guest is Margaret Klein Solomon, and she of course is involved in climate change, but she’s not a climatologist. No, she’s a clinical psychologist of the
TRANSCRIPT: ADAM CURRY: All right two parter of this then we’re done, and this comes down to our questioning of the effectiveness of the ad buy that the Internet Research Agency did and how they were able to change the minds of millions of Americans to vote for Donald Trump, as well as . .
TRANSCRIPT: ADAM CURRY: This next piece is really you know it is a real nugget. I’m just going to ask you what is your impression of the Trump campaign’s involvement with Cambridge Analytica and data. What do you know about that just from what is the accepted truth on Snopes JOHN C. DVORAK: Well Snopes.
TRANSCRIPT: ADAM CURRY: The rest of my clips are not as long but I think it’s really important to hear some of this because it’s debunking a lot of the theories that we’ve been blanketed with. Now this guy maybe full of crap . . . JOHN C. DVORAK: I don’t think so, I think
TRANSCRIPT: ADAM CURRY: So then the you know of course there’s Facebook is doing things like oh we’re going to publish all the ads and show that there are political ads everyone can see the ads and we all know it’s good transparency. INTERVIEWER: And what do you mean. What do you make of the fact
TRANSCRIPT: Interviewer: Does it work in the advantage. I mean I’m just wondering because you know how social media works right. You know what the algorithm favors content that’s engaging favors content that that is emotional off to some degree. So you’re saying that the messaging that the campaign did not play on that in
This is from Jaron Lanier, computer philosophy writer, on the dangers of social media. More on Jaron Lanier here. TRANSCRIPT: One of them is for your own good and the other is for society’s good. It’s because you’re being suddenly manipulated by algorithms that are watching everything you do constantly and then sending you changes
TRANSCRIPT: JORDAN PETERSON: YouTube isn’t a technology. Online video on demand is a technology, right? And online video on demand that has no barrier of cost to production is a new technology. And podcasts are a new technology, and they’re a major technology. So see about a year, two years ago, two years and a
TRANSCRIPT: Producer Chris K attended a private or semi private demo from the crowd strike folks. The people who brought you the pew pew map and sent us a little report which I’d like to share. Good day to the O. G. pod father sent you tweet about this week ago. I attended a crowd
FULL NO AGENDA SHOW WITH NOTES TOPICS: PR and promotion on mainstream programming. All news is good news for PR people. Get the story on the air and you’ve succeeded. Native Advertising. Starting a shit-storm on Twitter. Using Twitter as direct quotes. They’re already written for you. Tuning out by ignoring media.
This 3-minute clip has great analysis of what’s really going on behind the scenes with TV shows and their guests. There’s a major publishing deal at stake. Questions: Will Whoopi Goldberg have to walk it back? Will she get fired and pretend to quit? Big $$ is at stake for Disney, Center Street Press and