Category Archives: PR Podcasts

Contemporary art, fundraising & the communication mix

In this weekly PR mediapodcast, Ross Monaghan travels to Sydney to talk with the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Elizabeth Ann Macgregor. Elizabeth Ann was meant to speak at Frocomm’s excellent PR for a Cause conference in … Continue reading

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Podcasts, Crisis Comms, Event Managment & Stage Coaches

If you’re still living in the age of stage coaches, this is the podcast for you. In this first of a series of 13 weekly PR podcasts, we look at podcasts, and examine the benefits for PR practitioners. We also … Continue reading

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The media’s changed, communicators must too.

The mass media has changed, so public affairs practitioners must too. That’s the message from David Jones, the head of public affairs for the country’s second largest health insurer, MBF. The changes don’t only need to be taken into account … Continue reading

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The A to Zee, sorry Zed, of Employee Communication

“Professor” Lee Hopkins (of the unofficially recognised University of Better Communication Results, Adelaide Hills Campus) has delivered another gem of an interview. Continuing with his series of interviews on employee communication, Lee speaks with communication and social media expert Shel … Continue reading

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Internal communication on a global scale

In this double MediaPodcast, Lee Hopkins talks with Amy Gooen who is Manager, Global Internal Communication for VeriSign, a world-wide internet security company. Lee also talks with Catriona Byrne who is a Director at SageCo, a company that looks at … Continue reading

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Internal Communication – linking people with people

Too many organisations treat their people as production units. They do so at their peril. Organisations aren”t a collection of offices, factories and sales outlets, they are a group of people working towards the same goal. Success isn”t dependent on … Continue reading

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SA’s parliamentary dolphin joins our “pod” to talk politics

A collection of dolphins is described as a pod, so when theMediaPod went looking for someone to talk about political communication, who better to ask than South Australia’s own parliamentary dolphin, Isobel Redmond. Wikipedia details how Mrs Redmond, the Liberal … Continue reading

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The Police “round” & the Victorian Police Media Unit

In today”s mediapodcast, Ross Monaghan ventures into the Victorian Police Media Unit to talk with recent Deakin PR graduate Marika Fengler about world of warcraft gold kaufen her role as a Media Officer. According to Marika, truth is stranger than … Continue reading

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Employee communication from a Canadian perspective

In this mediapodcast Lee Hopkins talks about employee communication with popular Canadian PR podcaster Donna Papacosta. She shares some great insights into employee communication, based on her 20 years experience as a business communicator. Donna, an IABC member, owns Trafalgar … Continue reading

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Communicating with the Force

Communicating effectively with a large and diverse workforce is a crucial, but difficult, role in most organisations. When it comes to policing, the vital natural of keeping employees up-to-date is even more important. It is also often more difficult with … Continue reading

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