On Wednesday evening, I'll be participating in a Corporate Blogging panel hosted by the folks at Cooley Godward and Voce Communications. For full details on the evening, see what Mike Manuel (aka, Media Guerrilla) wrote about it.

The initial blurb from the oragnizers says:

As corporate America continues to examine the impact of social media on business, particularly blogging, it’s clear that some significant challenges remain, not least among them are legal and communication issues involving fair disclosure, corporate policy and to a greater extent, freedom of speech. While a growing number of companies recognize the need for transparency in their communication with customers, partners, investors, and the media -- and see social media as a means for helping with this important goal -- transparency must be balanced with purpose and responsibility.
With this in mind, Voce’s teaming up with Cooley Godward and co-hosting a roundtable discussion on corporate blogging next Wednesday evening, July 20th in Palo Alto. The purpose of the discussion is to examine and hear first-hand how some of today’s leading corporations and decision makers are approaching the new opportunities and challenges of business blogging.

Charlene Li of Forrester Research will be moderating.

It should be an interesting evening...

(Disclaimer: Yahoo is a Voce client. I have no idea if we've ever done business with Cooley.)

Posted by jzawodn at July 19, 2005 09:54 PM

Reader Comments
# John Furrier said:

Sorry that I couldn't make it. Sounded great. I was tied up at the AlwaysOn Innovation Summit at Stanford. Would have loved to podcast it. I just put up a podcast that I actually had today with Mark Cuban on podcasting. It's up on www.PodTech.net


on July 20, 2005 11:15 PM
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