CONNECTEDCOPS.NET BECOMES NEW HOST OF SOCIAL MEDIA @LARGE PODCAST

Victoria BC, February 25, 2010 – DailySplice.com and ConnectedCOPS.net are partnering up to provide informative and educational interviews and conversations about social media in the law enforcement industry. Lauri Stevens, president of ConnectedCOPS.net, is taking over a podcast originally hosted by Mike Waraich at DailySplice. The podcast, which already has interviews with leading experts like Sgt. Tim Burrows of the Toronto Police and the Crisis Blogger, Gerald Baron, will continue under the name ConnectedCOPS – Social Media @Large. The podcast can be found on Connected COPS.net, or in the iTunes store.

Lauri, 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 Lauri, mentioning one of 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.

About ConnectedCops.net:
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.

About DailySplice.net:
DailySplice makes it easy for anyone to have their online own 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 miniature specialized networks put together by individuals or organizations, powered by DailySplice.

For more information visit http://connectedcops.net or contact Lauri Stevens at lauri@lawscommunications.com.

Podcast: Todd talks social media, online investigations

Canada-based podcasting service provider The Daily Splice recently started its own podcast: Law Enforcement 2.0, in which marketer Mike Waraich interviews individuals who are involved with encouraging police departments to “join the conversation” online.

Read Full Article at The WebCase WebLog

Cops 2.0: One year later

What I’ve found is, however, you folks are doing a great job of “consulting” from the inside, all by yourselves. You’re taking what you read here and at ConnectedCOPS, at Police Blog 2.0 and the Crime Map and DailySplice.com, and putting it in front of chiefs and captains and public information officers.

Read Full Article at Cops2point0.com

New Law Enforcement 2.0 Podcast

Mike Waraich, manager of the Law Enforcement 2.0 LinkedIn group, has recently started a new podcast focused on the use of social media and web 2.0 technology in law enforcement. The penetration of web 2.0 tools and social media in law enforcement extends from community policing and outreach to recruitment, management, communication, and more. And use of these technologies in law enforcement is growing rapidly across the country.

Read full article at The Crime Map

Writing not for you? Try podcasting

Not everyone is a writer. I get that. No, really, I understand. Although I think best when I’m writing, many days the words don’t come easily. Even when I’m simply transcribing someone else’s words from aninterview. It takes time to capture context, whether it’s the jumble of your own thoughts, or something that came out of a dynamic conversation.

Read full article by Christa M. Miller at Cops2Point0

DailySplice Launches Law Enforcement 2.0 Podcast – “Social Media @Large.”

Victoria, BC, (Oct. 23 2009) - DailySplice, creator of the Podcast Station and specializing in online communications for law enforcement, has launched a new podcast titled “Social Media @Large.” The Podcast Station itself is branded for DailySplice and called “The Law Enforcement 2.0 Podcast.”

The podcast will delve into the world of new social media and its role in law enforcement. This subject is very new to the web 2.0 conversation, and DailySplice is one of few companies covering it in depth, let alone doing a podcast about it.

“Many police departments have become active on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, but most still are very fresh to the idea and looking to learn more,” said CEO Rian Bowden.

Bowden hopes the podcast can become a one-stop hub for all discussion related to social media and law enforcement.

The podcast has been created by DailySplice Marketing Coordinator, Mike Waraich, who has been researching social media’s role in law enforcement for some time, and blogging about it and discussing it in groups and forums.

“I created a group on LinkedIn also called Law Enforcement 2.0, and started to really pick up some popularity,” says Waraich. “Once I realized the growth and popularity of the group and recognized our need to start podcasting the Social Media @Large podcast was a no-brainer.”

Waraich will not solely contribute to the podcast, however. The podcast will be open for others in the niche field of web 2.0 and law enforcement as well.

“I am opening this up to some of the industry’s top thought-leaders,” says Waraich. “Bringing in opinions and perspective from others in the industry will bring about greater value for listeners; much like it did for readers in the LinkedIn group.”

So far, the podcast has 3 episodes – an inaugural episode, a discussion episode featuring Christa M Miller from Cops2point0.com and Lauri Stevens from ConnectedCops.net, and An interview with Chief Dan Alexander from the Boca Raton Police Department. Waraich intends to release at least one weekly episode. Contributors will add episodes as they please.

About DailySplice Technologies Inc.
DailySplice is a leading developer of online multimedia management tools to make streaming audio and video content easy and quick for the non-developer. Users create an aggregated playlist of various podcasts either supplied by third parties or can broadcast their own content on custom branded Podcast Station™ based on the preferences of their target audience. The Podcast Station allows audio updates by cellphone and creates detailed analytics report so users can continuously monitor and assess the needs of their market. DailySplice augments its client offering with a free podcast directory with over 100,000 well-organized audio and video clips.

Contact:
Lewis Sobotkiewcz,
Co-Founder of DailySplice Technologies Inc.
lewisatdailysplicedotcom
+1 (866) 334-3958

Supporting Student Exellence: Rian Bowden and Lewis Sobotkiewicz pitch their new business, DailySplice.

UVic’s academic programs, research projects and support services are constantly evolving in response to our rapidly changing world. Sensitive to social, political, technological and environmental change in our society, we constantly examine our programs and practices to ensure our students are challenged and engaged, so they develop a desire and capacity for learning and societal contribution that will last a lifetime.

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DailySplice Technologies Celebrates New Website Launch on its 2nd Anniversary.

Victoria, BC, (Sept. 29 2009) - DailySplice, creator of the Podcast Station multimedia manager for streaming audio and video web content, launched its brand new website on Monday, coinciding with the company’s second Birthday.

The 2007 start-up has made some key upgrades to its website. The largest addition is the company’s new automated buying feature. Customers can now sign-up, setup a podcast station, and start podcasting without having to call DailySplice.

“The automated service allows customers to quickly and easily set up a station and begin podcasting in minutes,” says CEO, Rian Bowden.

DailySplice has made it an important goal to make podcasting fast and easy for the non-technical user while providing a highly professional product. The company’s website reinvention was mainly to align its services with this mission.

“We want to make podcasting easy and simple for anyone,” commented, Bowden. “Even if you’re a non-technical user, you can get our service up and running on your website in minutes.”

The automatic buying feature allows users to pick from 5 different podcasting services, depending on the customer’s bandwidth, branding and customization needs. Purchases through the new system are made through pay-pal.

In addition to the automatic buying feature, the website has other new improvements as well. The homepage and podcast directory has been redesigned for improved navigation, and “Why Podcast” and “Why Us” pages have been added to help new users understand podcasting and get started. For police and fire departments the website now has a separate section for “Podcasting for First Responders.”

The launch of new website coincided with DailySplice’s 2nd Birthday. Developing its podcasting technology into one of the most professional and easy-to-use podcasting services has been the company’s mission over the past two years. Now entering a new phase in its development the company hopes the new website will further drive its mission, and help make podcasting simple, fast, and effective for all if its users.

About DailySplice Technologies Inc

DailySplice is a leading developer of online multimedia management tools to make streaming audio and video content easy and quick for the non-developer. Users create an aggregated playlist of various podcasts either supplied by third parties or can broadcast their own content on custom branded Podcast Station™ based on the preferences of their target audience. The Podcast Station allows audio updates by cellphone and creates detailed analytics report so users can continuously monitor and assess the needs of their market. DailySplice augments its client offering with a free podcast directory with over 100,000 well-organized audio and video clips.

Contact:
Mike Waraich, Marketing Coordinator
DailySplice Technologies Inc.
mikeatdailysplicedotcom
+1 (866) 334-3958

DailySplice: social media vocalized

Victoria’s DailySplice has rolled out a new pricing structure for its podcast service. As co-founder Rian Bowden explained, DailySplice now lets users choose from a menu of service options: try it out for free, or sign up for packages ranging in price from $9 to $99 per month. In addition, DailySplice continues to offer its original “unlimited” plan.

Interview with Rian Bowden from Daily Splice - Communication Leadership

Last week, I had the chance to sit down with Rian Bowden, co-founder of Daily Splice, to discuss his company and ask about emergency communication.

Read full article at Michael Allison’s Communication Leadership.