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Here’s the latest 4MR audio report from MediaShift. In this week’s edition, I look at the backlash against NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics, with people on the West Coast angry at the network for tape-delaying the best events until prime time. Plus, a new service called PleaseRobMe.com points out the vulnerability of people who use check-in geo-location services such as Foursquare along with Twitter. And I ask Just One Question to NewTeeVee’s Liz Gannes.

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Background music is “What the World Needs” by the The Ukelele Hipster Kings via PodSafe Music Network.

Here are some links to related sites and stories mentioned in the podcast:

What Olympic tape-delay controversy? NBC still doesn’t get it at Seattle Times

Olympic Tape Delays Roil Fans, But It’s Good for NBC’s Business at Wired Epicenter

Query for NBC Olympics on Twitter Sentiment

Where to Watch the 2010 Winter Olympics Online at NewTeeVee

Yahoo Olympics Site Surpasses NBCOlympics.com in Traffic at NewTeeVee

Please Rob Me website causes fury for telling burglars when Twitter users are not home at the Telegraph

Foursquare Responds To Please Rob Me: Please Shut Up at TechCrunch

I’m Here, New York, Please Rob Me at NY Times City Room blog

Please Rob Me Is Not A (Successful) Lawsuit Waiting To Happen at Business Insider

Here’s a graphical view of the most recent MediaShift survey results. The question was: “What do you think of Google Buzz?”

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Also, be sure to vote in our poll about what you think about NBC’s Olympic tape delay:

Mark Glaser is executive editor of MediaShift and Idea Lab. He also writes the bi-weekly OPA Intelligence Report email newsletter for the Online Publishers Association. He lives in San Francisco with his son Julian. You can follow him on Twitter @mediatwit.

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