00:34 – An introduction to the featured guests on this podcast, and the context of the conversation.
00:49 – Internet penetration and blogging culture in Vienna, Austria compared to other countries.
01:21 – The use of the social web during political campaigns and political bloggers.
04:39 – Use of the US Embassy in Vienna’s website to post press releases and announcements.
05:36 – The solvency and reach of newspapers versus online news in Vienna, and who reads what.
07:57 – Using a recent student protest as an example of how people are organizing and communicating online, the guests discuss the use of emerging media channels to communicate effectively on behalf of the US in Austria.
08:44 – How the US Embassy in Vienna is using social media to communicate such as Facebook page
, and what they hope to achieve through these channels.
10:46 – The social media strategy driving the US Embassy in Vienna’s engagement, and how they decide what information should be distributed through their different online communications channels.
11:41 – The biggest challenges associated with communicating on behalf of the US Embassy in Vienna.
13:49 – Unique characteristics and requirements of communicating with the Austrian mindset.
17:02 – Whether or not the mainstream news media coverage and online discussion of the US domestic health care reform debate has impacted the credibility of our foreign policy decisions in the international community.
18:49 – A discussion of the types of topics and speakers that the US Embassy is hosting in Vienna.
22:10 – The social media readiness of Vienna compared to other European Countries.
23:29 – End
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This episode was recorded at the US Embassy in Vienna. Special thanks to Greg Goble
and Brigitte Pressler
for their support with this episode.
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