Andy Carvin of NPR on Social Good Podcast
Posted by Allison Fine on March 6, 2009
The latest installment of the Social Good Podcast is up on the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s site.
Andy Carvin, the social media mavin of NPR, is my guest. We talk about how he is helping NPR, and the reporters, use social media to share content and engage various communities in discussions of issues and contributions to content development.
Andy’s advice to smaller nonprofits is to stay nimble and keep innovating and experimenting. Don’t worry about failing, he said, just keep learning.
He’s currently in search of a good volunteer management software solution for a Web 2.0 environment. I found this run down of applications put together by Jayne Cravens. I know folks have used CiviCRM, but wondering if others have thoughts about any of these applications.
This entry was posted on March 6, 2009 at 3:16 am and is filed under Social Media. Tagged: Chronicle of Philanthropy, Jayne Cravens, npr, Social good podcast. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.
One Response to “Andy Carvin of NPR on Social Good Podcast”
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.