The Los Angeles Fire Department has earned a great deal of buzz this week regarding the Department's nascent on-line offerings, including our increasingly popular LAFD_ALERT service, Twitter Feed, Flickr Photo Gallery and YouTube Channel.
Earlier today, we received a call from Heather Havenstein, a Senior Reporter for Computerworld Magazine, seeking an interview by telephone to discuss the use of technology in LAFD Media and Public Relations.
Sure we said... but why be conventional?
Most LAFD stakeholders have seen the result of a routine interview. What if instead - in the spirit of Web 2.0, they could actually listen on-line as the interview took place, and then had an opportunity to speak with the reporter?
Heather kindly agreed. So, on Thursday, August 2, 2007 at 7:00AM Pacific Time, we'll be activating our internet-based LAFD TalkRadio to allow you to listen in and later participate, as we discuss present and future LAFD internet offerings with Computerworld Magazine.
To learn more, please click here or on the logo below...
If you missed the live portion of the show, not to worry. The show is now archived as a podcast and the show notes are hosted by our friends at BlogTalkRadio.com.
Heather's articles are now on-line:
- Computerworld.com article
- PC World article
Submitted by Brian Humphrey, Spokesman
Los Angeles Fire Department