I do three podcasts. You can listen to or subscribe to the PR Futurist podcast using the links above embedded player below. To listen or subscribe to Over the Horizon or Last of the Labour Whine then click on the links to the Anchor FM website.
PR Futurist | a bite-sized podcast (usually five to 10 minutes) taking a quick look at the future of public relations, communications and public affairs. It is presented by Stuart Bruce who is internationally recognised as a PR futurist – a thinker and doer in modernised PR and communication specialising in measurement and evaluation, PR strategy, crisis communication and using digital and social media for corporate communication and public affairs.
Over the Horizon | A conversation with me and business technology evangelist Tim Bailey where we discuss the future of public relations and communications technology and have the occasional guest.
Last of the Labour Whine | A political podcast which has been described as a Pythonesque take on politics in the UK focusing on the Labour Party leadership and deputy leadership elections. Featuring me, Karl Milner and Mick Swales with the occasional guest.
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A quick five minute summary of five tips for social media crisis communications management.
1) Have a crisis communications plan
2) Listen, understand and learn
3) Implement good social media governance
4) Know when to respond and when not to
5) Run a simulation and rehearse everything
Or read the blog post.
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