I have a number of great interviews lined up, and I think our audience is going to really enjoy some of the things I have planned
(Vocus) April 2, 2010
DailySplice.com/ and ConnectedCOPS.net are partnering to provide informative and educational interviews and conversations about social media in the law enforcement industry. Lauri Stevens, president of http://connectedcops.net/ [ConnectedCOPS.net, is taking over a podcast.
The podcast, using DailySplice's affordable podcast station already has interviews with leading experts like Sgt. Tim Burrows of the Toronto Police and the Crisis Blogger, Gerald Baron, continues under the name ConnectedCOPS – Social Media @Large. The podcast can be found on Connected COPS.net, or in the iTunes store.
Stevens, who has appeared as a guest in the podcast, is excited about the future of the podcast and looking forward to some very interesting upcoming shows.
“I have a number of great interviews lined up, and I think our audience is going to really enjoy some of the things I have planned,” says Stevens, mentioning that her first interview is with Chief David Molloy of Novi, Michigan. Others will include former jewel thief, George Feder, and former Deputy Chief at the LAPD, Mike Bostic.
DailySplice makes it easy for anyone to have their own on-line independent radio or TV station. Clients can both host their own original content, or syndicate a selection of existing shows from around the internet. The company envisions a world where today’s top media networks compete on a level playing field with hundreds of thousands of affordable miniature specialized networks put together by individuals or organizations, powered by DailySplice
The vision behind ConnectedCOPS is to enhance a law officer’s ability to succeed with social media tools by providing insight, encouragement, education and the overall support required. It is also to promote the insightful thoughts of the law enforcement social media visionaries by providing them a voice on this blog.
For more information visit http://connectedcops.net or contact Lauri Stevens at lauri (at) lawscommunications (dot) com.