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Synopsis

Exploring the state of public relations

Episodes

  • Autumn Intent IPR 545

    Autumn Intent IPR 545

    15/10/2019 Duration: 15min

    It's been a long time coming, a long time behind episodes. But we're back with Inside PR for another year. And we're getting back into the groove by discussing the things that we are looking at in the waning months of 2019.

  • Mr Zuckerberg was otherwise engaged – Inside PR 544

    Mr Zuckerberg was otherwise engaged – Inside PR 544

    21/07/2019 Duration: 17min

    Practical advice for PR practitioners about incorporating SEO in their earned media programs. The Open Government Partnership and the Grand Committee converged on Ottawa to discuss open engagement, privacy, responsibility. Mark Zuckerberg took a pass.

  • Algorithmic Accountability and Privacy – Inside PR 543

    Algorithmic Accountability and Privacy – Inside PR 543

    14/07/2019 Duration: 16min

    we consider the implications of an Algorithmic Accountability Act, rebalancing the freedom of companies to capture and use our data with our right to informed consent. Plus: Protect your privacy against hidden cameras during your next business trip.

  • Welcome Dan York – Inside PR 542

    Welcome Dan York – Inside PR 542

    12/06/2019 Duration: 20min

    Canada announces a Digital Charter. Our relationship with Google. And Dan York joins the Inside PR team.

  • Gain a point. Lose a point. – Inside PR 541

    Gain a point. Lose a point. – Inside PR 541

    13/05/2019 Duration: 17min

    FIR changes its pace. GarageBand turns 15. Elections outside the US can be messed with too. Facebook's local news deserts.

  • When “Private” doesn’t yield “Privacy” – Inside PR 540

    When “Private” doesn’t yield “Privacy” – Inside PR 540

    07/05/2019 Duration: 24min

    Is Mark Zuckerberg's concept of privacy your concept of privacy? Probably not. And this week we discuss Zuckerberg's ongoing repositioning of Facebook as "private."

  • Google takes a pass on election advertising in Canada – IPR 539

    Google takes a pass on election advertising in Canada – IPR 539

    30/04/2019 Duration: 12min

    Google takes a pass on carrying political advertising in Canada. And there are reports that Cision is up for sale. Linkworthy Report: Cision Explores Sale PR Newswire Owner Cision Explores Sale – Sources Google to …

  • Roger McNamee is Zucked – IPR 538

    Roger McNamee is Zucked – IPR 538

    02/04/2019 Duration: 23min

    This week, we take a deep dive into Roger McNamee's Zucked. McNamee, an early investor in Facebook and an erstwhile advisor to Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg has provided us with an insightful consideration of how Facebook and social media have changed over time.

  • As radio fades, can podcasting survive the attention of advertisers? – IPR 537

    As radio fades, can podcasting survive the attention of advertisers? – IPR 537

    24/03/2019 Duration: 18min

    Radio is fading as younger people move to streaming audio. And as this happens, advertisers look for opportunities on podcasting and podcasters look to monetize their productions. Is this the beginning of the end of podcasting as we know it?

  • As newsrooms disappear… IPR 536

    As newsrooms disappear… IPR 536

    18/03/2019 Duration: 25min

    There's no doubt that the journalism job losses this year have been massive. But even more remarkable is where most of those losses have been this year -- in digital media.

  • Data Laundering the Facebook Way – Inside PR 535

    Data Laundering the Facebook Way – Inside PR 535

    11/03/2019 Duration: 31min

    This week on Inside PR, Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman and Joseph Thornley talk about this first phase of what by late February was unmistakably a concerted effort by Facebook to reframe the issues swirling around it.

  • Know your ISP knows if you know what it knows about you. – Inside PR 534

    Know your ISP knows if you know what it knows about you. – Inside PR 534

    12/02/2019 Duration: 11min

    This week on Inside PR, we talk about the creep factor in social media and the need for us to be aware of the use of our data and to demand control back from the social platforms.

  • The Best You Can Be – Inside PR 533

    The Best You Can Be – Inside PR 533

    29/01/2019 Duration: 26min

    Joseph Thornley, Gini Dietrich and Martin Waxman talk about Gillette's The Best Men Can Be campaign, Facebook's support for local journalism, and Gini's advice for Alexa Flash Briefings.

  • We’ve got resolutions – Inside PR 532

    We’ve got resolutions – Inside PR 532

    06/01/2019 Duration: 14min

    It’s our first show of 2019 and we decided to make it a more personal show – by talking about the things that are important to us personally and professionally – and what we plan …

  • Can your communications business survive an economic downturn? – Inside PR 531

    Can your communications business survive an economic downturn? – Inside PR 531

    27/12/2018 Duration: 29min

    When business is changing under you, it's smart to diversify your revenue stream. You'll see the winners emerge and be able to exit the losers, coming out the other end stronger and richer.

  • Breaking up is hard to do – Inside PR 530

    Breaking up is hard to do – Inside PR 530

    20/12/2018 Duration: 21min

    Mobile apps share your location in ways you didn't expect. The FAANG members are getting bigger and more dominant. Maybe it's time for a break up.

  • Damian Collins 1 Mark Zuckerberg 0 – Inside PR 529

    Damian Collins 1; Mark Zuckerberg 0 – Inside PR 529

    10/12/2018 Duration: 20min

    This week, we cover a new Stories feature that LinkedIn is testing, the launch of another daily news podcast, this time from the Washington Post, and Facebook meets it match in the United Kingdom Parliament. …

  • Facebook’s Big Fail – Inside PR 528

    Facebook’s Big Fail – Inside PR 528

    26/11/2018 Duration: 21min

    The New York Times answered the question that Gini Dietrich has been asking since the whole Cambridge Analytica fiasco broke - where are Facebook's communications team and what are they advising. Well, as it turns out, the real question should have been, what communications playbook are they using?

  • Delay, Deny, Deflect – Inside PR 527

    Delay, Deny, Deflect – Inside PR 527

    19/11/2018 Duration: 25min

    Facebook fails on both transparency and action. Ev Williams reflects on how Twitter could have done it better. PR people ask for links. Cloudflare 1.1.1.1 protects our privacy. And are nanoinfluencers a thing?

  • The Peril of Promiscuous Following – Inside PR 526

    The Peril of Promiscuous Following – Inside PR 526

    12/11/2018 Duration: 27min

    Should we be uncomfortable with the source of much investment in the search and social media giants? Has news media's tilt to entertainment logic hobbled their ability to shed light on the underlying issues? Is Facebook too big for government oversight?

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