I joined the Always On Network about two years ago. It was a bit geeky, i.e., one had to drill down in its member database to transcend the insular world of Silicon Valley. Nonetheless, the content, much of it exclusive to members, painted a provocative picture for PR pros (among others).
As you’ve (hopefully) been reading, Always On Network founder Tony Perkins, who started a little magazine called Red Herring back in Web 1.0, bowed his brand of this brave new world this week in New York with a conference on how Web 2.0 is disrupting the media, marketing and mobile industries.
I had a chanced to chat with (I mean hear from) Tony about his plans and aspirations for Always On. Here’s the audio clip. TRT: 5:39.