Saving Journalism in the Internet Age

June 9, 2010 by  
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Bennet Kelley from the Internet Law Center discusses topics that are looming large in our community including the FTCs proposal to bail out the newspaper industry by taxing ISP access, plus how did the tech candidates fare in the recent California primary.

Kevin talks about his 39 Mile walk to raise awareness for
Breast Cancer along with other Internet Marketing Industry Giants

Plus, Len Lazarick, editor and publisher of MarylandReporter.com. former State House bureau chief of the daily Baltimore Examiner comments on the FTCs decision about a $5 ISP tax to fund online journalism.

Adtech New York 2009 and No Bull Party 3 Recap

November 4, 2009 by  
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On location from AdTech New York 2009, Kevin and Jon give their takes following another great XY7 No Bull Party event, and they talk to ad executive Cydney Moora and producer Brasco about their experiences aboard the mechanical bull.

Also on the show are James O’Brien, Director of Marketing for Lashback; Amber Paul from AKMG and Bennett Kelley from the Internet Law Center.

FTC Rules for Bloggers

October 7, 2009 by  
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The ClickFather of Email Kevin DeVincenzi discusses the new FTC ruling regarding Bloggers. Bennet Kelley from the Internet Law Center updates us with information of interest in Washington D.C. and other breaking news.

Email Marketing Q and A

August 12, 2009 by  
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Jon and Adam answer email marketing questions on monetizing lists, ESPs, registrations, solutions and more, plus Bennett Kelley of the Internet Law Center answer your legal questions.

Anti-Spam Litigation

July 8, 2009 by  
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The Debut episode of Inboxed, broadcast on location from Affiliate Convention 2009 in Denver, Colorado, offers a discussion on a recent court case between XY7 and anti-spam attorney Dan Balsam (Case Number CSM-09-829275 Balsam vs. Rapid Resource Marketing). Bennett Kelley of the Internet Law Center fills us in on the verdict of that case.