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The FIR Podcast Network is the premiere podcast network for PR, organizational communications, marketing, and internal communications content. Each of the FIR Podcast Network's shows can be accessed individually. This is the EVERYTHING Feed, which gets you the latest episodes of every show in the network.
||DIGITAL INDIA #090 : HOW BRANDS WOOED INDIA India – 5 LESSONS FROM THE BEST||For this week’s episode, We thought why not pick stories of some of the most loved brands in India – talk about how products or services were positioned, what consumer insight was considered while positioning offer,||2/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||FIR #75: The Quality of Your Intent||Doug Haslam and Augie Ray join host Shel Holtz to discuss a decline in the effectiveness of loyalty/reward programs, challenges to influencer marketing in the wake of Disney and Google ending their relationship with PewDiePie after he posted videos con...||2/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #15: How employees can lead change from inside your organization||In our 15th podcast, we were delighted to welcome Victoria Lewis-Stephens and Alys O’Neill of Instinctif Partners, an international business communications consultancy that specializes in reputation, influence and engagement.||2/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Youtubular Conversations | Blaming Media – PewDiePie’s Response||When we think about youthful folks getting there news from social media, and Felix (PewDiePie) goes all in on bias and persecution from the mainstream media - this adds serious support to similar claims from the Republican administration,||2/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||FIR B2B #67: Is it Time to Kill the Term ‘Content Marketing?’||A recent LinkedIn post made the case that the term 'content marketing' should be killed. It’s become a catch-all phrase for too many things and has no clear definition or place in the marketing organizations, writes author Kyle Cassidy.||2/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Circle of Fellows #18: Strategic Communication Planning||A lot of communication from organizations seems pointless at best and, in the worst cases, chaotic. In some cases, even brilliant individual communications fail to “move the needle” — that is, they don’t produce a behavior or action that supports||2/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Antisemitism on YouTube | The Culture of Hate||27 year old YouTube phenom Pew Die Pie has come been harshly rebuked for antisemitic content; his relationship with Google/YouTube has been diminished and his agreement with Disney's Maker Studio has been terminated.||2/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||FIR Interview: J. Kelly Hoey on Building Your Dream Network||J. Kelly Hoey built a dream network and that network encouraged her to write a book about it. Within short order, "Build Y our Dream Network" went into a second printing, so her network evidently knew what it was talking about. In this FIR Interview,||2/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||FIR INTERVIEW: Robin Hanson on Transparency, Engagement & Tough Questions using Prediciton Markets||"What people tell you may not be the most accurate estimate they could give you, and that’s where prediction markets can come in. They are a mechanism that cost modest resources and consistently give you more accurate answers to the questions you ask,||2/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||DIGITAL INDIA #089 : REGIONAL DIGITAL CONTENT ON A GROWTH SPURT IN INDIA||In June 2015, local language internet users in India were about 127 million. The 47% rise from previous years was attributed to the entry of smartphones in rural areas. (Report by Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and market research fir...||2/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
A must-listen podcast for PR professionals
Twice a week, Shel and Neville offer news, insights and listener contributions on the latest developments in the online world and public relations. They're provocative and lively, and every episode will point you to at least one really cool resource. And they encourage their audience to get involved, with listener comments (by text or recorded audio) driving much of the show. That not only makes the content more diverse and compelling; it means they're offering a great first step for a PR practitioner looking to break into podcasting.