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Communication minute: Plain English

Did the feline position itself horizontally on the floor covering, or did the cat just sit on the mat? Plain English, or Plain Language, is a term used to describe writing that’s easy to understand. It’s the opposite of gobbledygook. … Continue reading

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Communication minute: Tips for a killer speech

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Communication minute: Non-verbal communication

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Communication minute: Communication versus communications

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Top tips for working in PR teams

GOOD teamwork can often make or break projects or campaigns. In this episode of themediapod, Ross Monaghan (right) talks with Cropley Communication’s Adrian Cropley about teamwork success and pitfalls. Adrian is recognised around the world as a leading communicator. He’s … Continue reading

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A beginners guide to Second Life

Deakin University PR student Melissa Wallace delves into the virtual online world SecondLife:

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It’s the heart & soul, but you need a high threshold of pain

Why are employee communication practitioners the “heart and soul” of an organisation, and why do they need a hig best price cialis h threshold of pain? Ross Monaghan finds out in this special “employee communication” edition of theMediaPod. Ross talks … Continue reading

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Podcasting in Education

edToolbar() Bronwyn Allan takes over this episode of theMediaPod and interviews Ross Mon cheap viagra for sale aghan about the use of podcasting in education. Bronwyn is a year 12 student at Tintern Girls Grammar School in Ringwood, Victoria, and … Continue reading

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PR in regional Australia & why writing skills are still important

Running a public relations consultancy in a regional area can hav viagra order uk e it’s challenges, but this weeks guess shows why having a public relations degree from a leading PR teaching university has it significant advantages. Joanna Stevens … Continue reading

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Press reporting in regional areas

In previous podcasts we’ve spoken with journalists in a range of metropolitan and national news organisations. In this mediapodcast I visit the editors of The Warrnambool Standard, and the Murray Valley Standard. Both have interesting observations about reporting in regional … Continue reading

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