The News Review:
- Butterball LLC Debuts Podcast Series with The National Provisioner
- Urijah Faber on The Adam Carolla Podcast
- Daily podcast ‘” June 5 2009
Butterball LLC Debuts Podcast Series with The National Provisioner
PR.com (press release)
com)– America’s largest turkey producer Butterball LLC has teamed with The National Provisioner and is debuting a monthly podcast series in May. Each Butterball podcast will feature executive team members offering commentary on various components of Butterball’s successful operational strategies. A focus on the company’s award-winning worker safety programs will kick off the series. Subsequent podcasts will cover an array of topics pertinent to the meat processing industry such as ethanol food safety initiatives sustainability and Butterball’s seasonal and holiday marketing strategies. “Developing a podcast series with The National Provisioner has given Butterball an unprecedented opportunity to increase our company’s exposure through new and innovative technologies” said Brian Rodgers director of safety and risk management “As audiences continue to alter how they receive messages we think it is important to evolve with those changes. This podcast is a great example of how Butterball is making an effort to stay connected to its key audiences through emerging media.
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Urijah Faber on The Adam Carolla Podcast
com bloggerJust wanted to pass this on in anticipation of this weekend’s WEC 41 event. Main eventer Urijah Faber was a guest on “The Adam Carolla” Podcast this week.
Daily podcast ‘” June 5 2009
Creamer Media's Engineering News
Friday June 5 2009. From Creamer Media in Johannesburg I’m Shannon ‘Donnell. Making headlines today:Eskom’s acting MD of the enterprises division Braam Conradie said on Friday that changes in market conditions present a significant opportunity for Eskom to reduce the capital costs of its new build programme. Eskom was spending 385-billion-rand on its capital expansion projects over a five-year period.