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Delivering the New PR – follow the debate

Friday was the fifth and final conference in the Delivering the New PR series. And personally I think it was the best yet. We had some great delegates who were excited about the potential and challenges that social media offers…

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Experts who aren’t

Shel Holtz (a guy who really does know about business podcasting) tells of sitting in the audience at a business conference listening to a so called expert demonstrate a total lack of basic podcasting skills let alone expertise in business…

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Webcameron isn’t as new as you’re meant to think

StatCounter tells me how many readers I have and FeedBurner tells me how many subscribers I have. But’s it nice to know I also have fans! I’ve had emails from readers of both A PR Guru’s Musings and Stuart’s Soapbox…

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Shout out why you are Proud of PR

If you’re a young PR professional who is proud of PR then now is the time to make your voice heard. Head of over to the Forward blog and answer the call to record your “short and sweet message about…

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Delivering the New PR in London

The fifth and final University of Sunderland Delivering the New PR conference is on Friday November 10 in London at the Marriott Regents Park. Early bird discount tickets at £195 + VAT are available to delegates registering before October 13…

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West Yorkshire Police student podcasts

Leeds, specifically the LS6 postcode, always has a crime surge around about this time of year. It’s because of the massive influx of students arriving at the two universities. That’s why West Yorkshire Police has come up with this fantastic…

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MPs get down with the kids on YouTube

I’m Simon Dickson should be mandatory reading for anyone interested in how new media is impacting on government, democracy and campaigning. He now brings us news that the Home Affairs Select Committee is using YouTube to help it consult with…

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Right-wing French political party wants its members to blog and podcast

Loic Le Meur reports that right-wing French political party UMP is encouraging its members to blog and podcast. It is offering free blogs to its members, and most importantly is also offering training. Loic reports that the move has attracted…

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Big PR firm falls for the PR 2.0 hype

For some time I’ve been talking to clients and potential clients about PR 2.0. It’s a good way for a small technology PR consultancy like BMA PR to differentiate itself and attract attention. However, after getting noticed I then always…

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Eddie Izzard’s European podcast

The 10 Downing Street website asks “Ever wonder what happens when Europe’s political leaders get together?” and seeks to provide the answers with a podcast from comedian Eddie Izzard who tagged along with Tony Blair’s team during their last visit…

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