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Discussion and debate on three hot current digital/social issues

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Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.13: Key PR Measurement Trends in North America

This week, we presenta special episode of the Roundtable in association with AMEC’s Measurement Month. Rather than the usual three topics covered in 30 minutes or less, this episode providesa recording of “Key PR Measurement Trends in North America,” a webinarhosted by CARMA’s North American CEO Chip Griffin and 4L Strategies FounderJennifer Zingsheim Phillips. This webinar, which took place on September 20, discusses significant trends and activities in PR measurement. Trends discussedinclude: * Asking the right questions * Actionable insight * AR/VR * Advertising Value Equivalency (AVE) * Measuring Influence * The AMEC Framework For more information, as well as contact information for Chip and Jennifer, check out theWebinar Slide Deck

55 MIN2016 SEP 27
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Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.13: Key PR Measurement Trends in North America

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.12: Social Networks and Future of Media

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’mjoined by Scott Monty, CEO and founder of Scott Monty Strategies and the producer of the Full Monty podcast and newsletter. As always, we cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * P&G’s decision to shift advertising money from Facebook to TV and the implications of that decision. * The strategies Twitter and Google employ to handle trolls and harassment. * The perception oftraditional media and itstrustworthiness— and what that means for PR.

30 MIN2016 AUG 18
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Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.12: Social Networks and Future of Media

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.11: The Future of Media with Paul Gillin

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’m joined by Paul Gillin of the content marketing firm Gillin + Laberis. In addition, Paul is the author of several books on social media marketing. As always, we cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * The future of the newspaperindustry, spurred by a 19-minute segment on John Oliver’s HBO show over the weekend. (Since Paul started the website Newspaper Death Watch nearly a decade ago,he’s a great guest to cover this topic.) * The business model of The Information and what it tells us about the ability of the media to develop successful economic models moving forward. * The prospect that Facebook might be able to put a dent in clickbait headlines by changing its news feed algorithms. (And my apologies for my own audio quality. For some reason Skype used my laptop microphone rather than my fancy-pants audio setup.)

30 MIN2016 AUG 12
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Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.11: The Future of Media with Paul Gillin

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.10: Pokemon, Podcasts, and Pythagoras

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’m joined by Kevin Anselmo, Founder ofExperiential Communications and fellow FIR Podcast Network show host. As always, we cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * Pokemon Go. Enough said. Except for the time we spend talking about it, of course. * The use of podcasts for student and alumni engagement in higher education — and what lessons that can teach us more broadly in public relations and communications. * The use of social media by scientists. Or, as I think of it, theorems in 140 characters or less.

29 MIN2016 JUL 21
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Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.10: Pokemon, Podcasts, and Pythagoras

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.09: Crises, Video, and VR

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’m joined by Shel Holtz, founder of the FIR Podcast Network and Principal of Holtz Communications + Technology, to discuss the following 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * Viewers like online videos, but why don’t they want to watch news video? And what does it mean for communicators? * Should public relations pros be working to get their organizations’ websites ready for virtual reality? * Just how unprepared are organizations for crisis communications — and how can they improve?

30 MIN2016 JUL 6
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Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.09: Crises, Video, and VR

2016.08: Facebook bias training, Reddit goes mainstream, and lessons from Brexit

In this episode of the Roundtable, John Wall, VP of EventHero and co-host of Marketing Over Coffee, joins me to discuss 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * Facebook’s decision to provide political bias training to its staff * Whether Reddit can go mainstream and attract big brand advertising * What marketers can learn from the political movements in the UK and US that have brought about Brexit and Donald Trump

29 MIN2016 JUL 1
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2016.08: Facebook bias training, Reddit goes mainstream, and lessons from Brexit

2016.07: Trump and the press, Instagram and business, plus Pinterest and Oracle

In this episode of the Roundtable, Jen Zingsheim Phillips of 4L Strategiessitsin the anchor chair, joined by guest co-host Kami Watson Huyse, Founder & CEO of Zoetica Media and co-author of Cause Marketing Essentials and the Road to Success. They discuss three topics in thirty minutes or less: * Donald Trump revokes Washington Post press credentials * Instagram officially announces its new business tools * Pinterest Partners With Oracle to Measure Offline Sales

27 MIN2016 JUN 16
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2016.07: Trump and the press, Instagram and business, plus Pinterest and Oracle

2016.06: Future of print, long-form content, and CEO’s on Facebook

In this episode of the Roundtable, I’m joined by Chuck Hester, Chief Communications Officer of Big Think Innovation and Managing Partner of Chuck Hester Enterprises,to discuss the following 3topics in 30 minutes or less: * The finding that most PR chiefs think print newspapers will survive. * Research that shows that snackable content isn’t the only way to go and long form digital content can still thrive. * An exploration of how corporate CEO’s should — and shouldn’t — use Facebook.

28 MIN2016 JUN 9
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2016.06: Future of print, long-form content, and CEO’s on Facebook

2016.05: Ad blocking, news consumption, and internal measurement

In this episode of the Roundtable, I’m joined by Jen Zingsheim Phillips of 4L Strategies to discuss the following three topics: * Whether PR professionals should be concerned about ad blocking. * The impact on public relations on the rising role of social media curation ofthe news we see. * A report that John Deere conducts employee moralesurveysevery two weeks.

30 MIN2016 JUN 2
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2016.05: Ad blocking, news consumption, and internal measurement

2016.04: CEO Impact on Reputation, Algorithms vs Humans, and Influencers vs. Friends

In this week’s Roundtable, I cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less with Todd van Hoosear. We covered a lot of ground, including: * The lasting impact of CEO scandals on the reputation of the companies they once led. * Why algorithms and humans both have flaws in surfacing news suggestions on social networks. * New research that suggests people are just as susceptible to suggestions from influencers as those of friends.

31 MIN2016 MAY 18
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2016.04: CEO Impact on Reputation, Algorithms vs Humans, and Influencers vs. Friends
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Latest Episodes

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.13: Key PR Measurement Trends in North America

This week, we presenta special episode of the Roundtable in association with AMEC’s Measurement Month. Rather than the usual three topics covered in 30 minutes or less, this episode providesa recording of “Key PR Measurement Trends in North America,” a webinarhosted by CARMA’s North American CEO Chip Griffin and 4L Strategies FounderJennifer Zingsheim Phillips. This webinar, which took place on September 20, discusses significant trends and activities in PR measurement. Trends discussedinclude: * Asking the right questions * Actionable insight * AR/VR * Advertising Value Equivalency (AVE) * Measuring Influence * The AMEC Framework For more information, as well as contact information for Chip and Jennifer, check out theWebinar Slide Deck

55 MIN2016 SEP 27
Comments
Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.13: Key PR Measurement Trends in North America

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.12: Social Networks and Future of Media

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’mjoined by Scott Monty, CEO and founder of Scott Monty Strategies and the producer of the Full Monty podcast and newsletter. As always, we cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * P&G’s decision to shift advertising money from Facebook to TV and the implications of that decision. * The strategies Twitter and Google employ to handle trolls and harassment. * The perception oftraditional media and itstrustworthiness— and what that means for PR.

30 MIN2016 AUG 18
Comments
Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.12: Social Networks and Future of Media

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.11: The Future of Media with Paul Gillin

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’m joined by Paul Gillin of the content marketing firm Gillin + Laberis. In addition, Paul is the author of several books on social media marketing. As always, we cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * The future of the newspaperindustry, spurred by a 19-minute segment on John Oliver’s HBO show over the weekend. (Since Paul started the website Newspaper Death Watch nearly a decade ago,he’s a great guest to cover this topic.) * The business model of The Information and what it tells us about the ability of the media to develop successful economic models moving forward. * The prospect that Facebook might be able to put a dent in clickbait headlines by changing its news feed algorithms. (And my apologies for my own audio quality. For some reason Skype used my laptop microphone rather than my fancy-pants audio setup.)

30 MIN2016 AUG 12
Comments
Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.11: The Future of Media with Paul Gillin

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.10: Pokemon, Podcasts, and Pythagoras

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’m joined by Kevin Anselmo, Founder ofExperiential Communications and fellow FIR Podcast Network show host. As always, we cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * Pokemon Go. Enough said. Except for the time we spend talking about it, of course. * The use of podcasts for student and alumni engagement in higher education — and what lessons that can teach us more broadly in public relations and communications. * The use of social media by scientists. Or, as I think of it, theorems in 140 characters or less.

29 MIN2016 JUL 21
Comments
Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.10: Pokemon, Podcasts, and Pythagoras

Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.09: Crises, Video, and VR

In this week’s episode of the Media Bullseye Radio Roundtable, I’m joined by Shel Holtz, founder of the FIR Podcast Network and Principal of Holtz Communications + Technology, to discuss the following 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * Viewers like online videos, but why don’t they want to watch news video? And what does it mean for communicators? * Should public relations pros be working to get their organizations’ websites ready for virtual reality? * Just how unprepared are organizations for crisis communications — and how can they improve?

30 MIN2016 JUL 6
Comments
Media Bullseye Roundtable 2016.09: Crises, Video, and VR

2016.08: Facebook bias training, Reddit goes mainstream, and lessons from Brexit

In this episode of the Roundtable, John Wall, VP of EventHero and co-host of Marketing Over Coffee, joins me to discuss 3 topics in 30 minutes or less: * Facebook’s decision to provide political bias training to its staff * Whether Reddit can go mainstream and attract big brand advertising * What marketers can learn from the political movements in the UK and US that have brought about Brexit and Donald Trump

29 MIN2016 JUL 1
Comments
2016.08: Facebook bias training, Reddit goes mainstream, and lessons from Brexit

2016.07: Trump and the press, Instagram and business, plus Pinterest and Oracle

In this episode of the Roundtable, Jen Zingsheim Phillips of 4L Strategiessitsin the anchor chair, joined by guest co-host Kami Watson Huyse, Founder & CEO of Zoetica Media and co-author of Cause Marketing Essentials and the Road to Success. They discuss three topics in thirty minutes or less: * Donald Trump revokes Washington Post press credentials * Instagram officially announces its new business tools * Pinterest Partners With Oracle to Measure Offline Sales

27 MIN2016 JUN 16
Comments
2016.07: Trump and the press, Instagram and business, plus Pinterest and Oracle

2016.06: Future of print, long-form content, and CEO’s on Facebook

In this episode of the Roundtable, I’m joined by Chuck Hester, Chief Communications Officer of Big Think Innovation and Managing Partner of Chuck Hester Enterprises,to discuss the following 3topics in 30 minutes or less: * The finding that most PR chiefs think print newspapers will survive. * Research that shows that snackable content isn’t the only way to go and long form digital content can still thrive. * An exploration of how corporate CEO’s should — and shouldn’t — use Facebook.

28 MIN2016 JUN 9
Comments
2016.06: Future of print, long-form content, and CEO’s on Facebook

2016.05: Ad blocking, news consumption, and internal measurement

In this episode of the Roundtable, I’m joined by Jen Zingsheim Phillips of 4L Strategies to discuss the following three topics: * Whether PR professionals should be concerned about ad blocking. * The impact on public relations on the rising role of social media curation ofthe news we see. * A report that John Deere conducts employee moralesurveysevery two weeks.

30 MIN2016 JUN 2
Comments
2016.05: Ad blocking, news consumption, and internal measurement

2016.04: CEO Impact on Reputation, Algorithms vs Humans, and Influencers vs. Friends

In this week’s Roundtable, I cover 3 topics in 30 minutes or less with Todd van Hoosear. We covered a lot of ground, including: * The lasting impact of CEO scandals on the reputation of the companies they once led. * Why algorithms and humans both have flaws in surfacing news suggestions on social networks. * New research that suggests people are just as susceptible to suggestions from influencers as those of friends.

31 MIN2016 MAY 18
Comments
2016.04: CEO Impact on Reputation, Algorithms vs Humans, and Influencers vs. Friends
the END
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