CNET News Daily Podcast: How Apple's media strategy backfired

What six months without Steve Jobs means for Apple and how the company's PR strategy has backfired; Hawaii launches Webcam doctor visits; and the Bush administration is ordered to clean house.

Jennifer Guevin Former Managing Editor / Reviews
Jennifer Guevin was a managing editor at CNET, overseeing the ever-helpful How To section, special packages and front-page programming. As a writer, she gravitated toward science, quirky geek culture stories, robots and food. In real life, she mostly just gravitates toward food.
Jennifer Guevin

As Apple looks toward the next six months without Steve Jobs at the helm, the company will have to negotiate a credibility crisis wrought by its PR strategy. As reporter Tom Krazit explains, staying tight-lipped about products can actually help business. But treating serious health matters the same way is an entirely different story.

Also in this podcast: Hawaii kicks off a new service that lets patients visit with their doctors online; the Bush administration is ordered to round up any devices that might contain missing e-mails; and Google grows up.
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