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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.
||For Immediate Release #156: It's A PR Nightmare? (Or Is It?)||Futurum senior analyst Olivier Blanchard joins FIR host Shel Holtz to talk about how AI can improve the results of A/B testing (and other things). Also on this week's episode: recurring video series are gaining viewers on IGTV; Ticketmaster has a scand.||9/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Circle of Fellows #37: The Blurring Lines Between Communication Functions||Disciplines and functions are converging within organizations—and that can lead to more efficient, successful companies. But to blend functions easily, communication professionals will need to collaborate with other disciplines and departments,||9/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||FIR B2B #104: Dealing With Disasters, Both Natural and Marketing-Made||This week we discuss a few different items revolving around one kind of disaster or another, including marketing around natural disasters (be careful), understanding what didn't happen with the GDPR regulations or dealing with the Selfie Generation's d||9/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||AMPUP #84: Ted Page on How to Stay Relevant in the Ever-Changing Marketing Landscape||As marketing professionals, it is crucial that we stay on top of new trends inside and outside the industry. But knowing when to get on board with the trends and when not to is also an important part of marketing success, especially over time.||9/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||For Immediate Release #155: Did Neglect Kill Slideshare?||Neville Hobson handles FIR hosting duties this week, covering these stories: Skype has finally enabled audio recording of both ends of a conversation; the top 10 emerging technologies of 2018; how The Weather Channel made that insane storm surge animat.||9/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Inside PR 520: Nike and corporate activism||This week on Inside PR, we discuss Nike’s recent endorsement of Colin Kaepernick as an example of corporate activism and corporate social responsibility. Gini and Martin see Nike’s Colin Kaepernick endorsement as a laudable example of corporate act||9/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||IAP2 Canada President Bruce Gilbert on the public participation practice||On the last afternoon of the North American Conference of the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2), Joseph Thornley sat down for an interview with outgoing IAP2 Canada President Bruce Gilbert.Continue Reading →||9/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||For Immediate Release #154: Let's Watch Burning Nikes Together on Facebook||Jeff Herrington and FIR host Shel Holtz discuss whether content marketers can encourage people to read rather than skim. Cyrus Mavalwala joins Shel to talk about whether Facebook can encourage people to view Watch videos together.||9/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Inside PR 519: Do you see the bias?||Let's talk about bias in Google and Facebook. And filtering keywords on Facebook. Finally, the New Yorker's Steve Bannon fiasco.Continue Reading →||9/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||AMPUP #83: Josh Steimle on Creating Influence and Building Authentic Relationships with LinkedIn||It might seem obvious that people want to do business with someone they like and trust. But yet so many organizations lack a true influencer to represent them. On this episode host Glenn Gaudet works through this topic with Josh Steimle.||9/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
As a communications manager for an engineering firm, I depend on FIR to keep me in tune with the latest issues and developments in communication practices and technology. I enjoy Neville and Shel's conversational approach to podcasting and revel in some of their special guests, especially Lee Hopkins. These guys have been around and have been breaking ground for years. They keep doing it, week after week of quality material.
Always hefty and good
I cannot say that I listen to every episode because of my own time constraints, but I do dip in occasionally to see what's going on with public relations and technology. Always hefty and good. R U Listening?
For Immediate Release
Shel and Neville provide a lot of good information on using social media for business communications. These guys wrote the book on podcasting ("How to Do Anything With Podcasting") which is a "must" for anyone interested in casting their own pod. Besides, they're a very entertaining pair to listen to. Check it out.