Trafcom News Podcast
By Donna Papacosta
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A show about communicating with clients, prospects and employees - in person, in print and online. Listen to this podcast if you CARE about communicating!
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 142: The inside story on gear||In this episode, Donna Papacosta and Steve Lubetkin, co-authors of The Business of Podcasting, discuss some of the gear they carry when podcasting at a client location or conference. (Remember to check out Trafcom News Podcast 141,||12/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 141: The business of podcasting – working with clients in studio and on location||In this episode, Donna Papacosta and Steve Lubetkin, co-authors of The Business of Podcasting, discuss some of the business aspects of podcasting, specifically how to work with clients in studio and on location.||12/9/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 140: Fake news, blogging for business, remembering Bob Goyetche||In this episode, I discuss the problem of fake news, along with blogging for business and the Hot Docs Podcast Festival in Toronto. We also remember our friend Bob Goyetche, who left us way too soon. Here are the show note for this episode: Welcome and...||11/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 139: An interview with Kare Anderson||I am happy to be sharing this interview with Kare Christine Anderson. She and I first met at an IABC world conference where she was speaking. Have you ever experienced – and I hope you have – seeing someone on stage who is just luminous? Magnetic?||3/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 138: Report from Podcamp Toronto 2016||This year Podcamp Toronto celebrated its tenth year with a great conference covering podcasting, digital media and more.” Here is my quick report after the event. Visit the Podcamp Toronto 2016 site for more information. If you were there,||2/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 137: How to show your expertise||Amid all the marketing clutter out there, how do you show your expertise to clients and prospects? Well, there’s a lot we can learn from Carl Friesen, author of Your Firm’s Expertise Edge, among other books. In this 21-minute podcast,||1/29/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 136: Why Your Writing Sucks||For my first podcast of 2016, I’m delighted to bring you this interview with Marcia Ross, author of Why Your Writing Sucks: Business Writing That Works in the Digital Age. In this conversation, Marcia and I discuss why many of us write so badly,||1/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 135: Top 7 podcasting questions||Questions! I hear questions. In this 11-minute episode, you’ll get the answers to seven very popular podcasting questions: 1. How do I explain podcasting in simple terms my CEO can understand? 2. What microphone should I buy?” 3.||8/18/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 134: Report from NMX||Or, “what happens in Vegas goes on this podcast.” Here’s my report from this year’s NMX show, which, for the first time was rolled into the huge NAB show in Las Vegas. Rather than recaps of all of the sessions I attended,||4/30/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrafcom News Podcast 133: Communicate your way to a brighter career||Stand out. Get noticed. Be brilliant. An interview with Gerry Lewis. How many times have you been in a meeting that feels like the movie Groundhog Day? (“Haven’t we discussed this before – to no end?”) How many times have you seen someone bore the||2/23/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Great Mix of Content
I have to say, this podcast has helped improve how I communicate through audio, video and print. Donna doesn't get caught up in industry jargon, and she offers a great mix of content.
Trafcom News Podcast
This was my introduction to podcasting and I'm glad I found it. Donna's content is excellent and she's directed me to other podcasts that have been extremely useful. My only complaint is that Donna's episodes aren't frequent enough.
Really happy I found this podcast. Donna is a great host, and I think she does a great job tying in several important aspects to business, including marketing and relating with employees. Good selection of guests with unique perspectives