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Inside PR

By Joseph Thornley

Inside PR is a weekly podcast about social media and public relations. Agency veterans Martin Waxman, Gini Dietrich and Joseph Thornley co-host the show. Each week, they take a look under the hood of the public relations/social media industries, explore topical and provocative issues, discuss listener comments, and even interview an interesting guest or two. Inside PR welcomes and depends on listener comments to ensure the continuing relevance of the show. Listeners can comment directly on the podcast blog at www.insidepr.ca or, even better, send in an audio comment to insideprcomments@gmail.com. If you’re already a business communicator or are looking to break into public relations, or even if you’re in another field but understand that communications, reputation, and image make and break organizations, listen to Inside PR.

  1. 1.
    Roger McNamee is Zucked - Inside PR 53804/02/2019
    23:28
  2. 2.
    As radio fades, can podcasting survive the attention of advertisers? - IPR 53703/24/2019
    18:50
  3. 3.
    As newsrooms disappear... Inside PR 53603/18/2019
    25:36
  4. 4.
    Data Laundering the Facebook Way - Inside PR 53503/11/2019
    31:45
  5. 5.
    Know your ISP knows if you know what it knows about you. - Inside PR 53402/12/2019
    11:31
  6. 6.
    The Best You Can Be01/29/2019
    26:43
  7. 7.
    We've got resolutions - Inside PR 53201/06/2019
    14:17
  8. 8.
    Can your communications business survive an economic downturn? - Inside PR 53112/27/2018
    29:28
  1. 9.
    Breaking up is hard to do - Inside PR 53012/20/2018
    21:01
  2. 10.
    Damian Collins 1; Mark Zuckerberg 0 - Inside PR 52912/10/2018
    20:18
  3. 11.
    Facebook's Big Fail - Inside PR 52811/26/2018
    21:23
  4. 12.
    Delay, Deny, Deflect. Inside PR 52711/19/2018
    24:59
  5. 13.
    The Peril of Promiscuous Following - Inside PR 52611/12/2018
    27:20
  6. 14.
    Unfair and Egotistical?! - Inside PR 52511/05/2018
    21:09
  7. 15.
    When the client stops returning your calls (Inside PR 524)10/29/2018
    22:02
  8. 16.
    You're in trouble if your password is "Password" - Inside PR 52310/22/2018
    20:26
  9. 17.
    Crisis Communications Unrealistic Expectations (Inside PR 522)10/16/2018
    21:55
  10. 18.
    See what's happening now on Twitter, again. (Inside PR 521)10/01/2018
    12:34
  11. 19.
    Nike highlights the value and perils of corporate activism (Inside PR 520)09/17/2018
    20:42
  12. 20.
    Do you see the bias?09/06/2018
    19:07
  13. 21.
    Buying YouTube Views? You're cheating! Everybody knows you're cheating.08/17/2018
    17:55
  14. 22.
    There's no such thing as trolling for good08/06/2018
    26:10
  15. 23.
    Is it time for Learning, Reconciliation and Forgiveness?07/30/2018
    17:20
  16. 24.
    Good judgment or an abandonment of principles?07/24/2018
    19:35
  17. 25.
    Behind the scenes at Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning07/17/2018
    24:52
  18. 26.
    It's about disclosure, stupid!07/10/2018
    12:55
  19. 27.
    A very Un-American Approach to Privacy?07/02/2018
    15:13
  20. 28.
    Reddit and Apple News fill the void left by Facebook06/25/2018
    12:39
  21. 29.
    It's about seeing the people not just the data06/20/2018
    21:37
  22. 30.
    Yes to more transparency and balance06/11/2018
    15:36
  23. 31.
    First she wrote the book. Now Gini Dietrich has a text book launch for her podcast.06/04/2018
    23:52
  24. 32.
    GDPR Last Call05/20/2018
    26:31
  25. 33.
    Are you really the product? Heck Yeah!05/08/2018
    19:31
  26. 34.
    Do you feel better about news media and truth today than you did yesterday?05/06/2018
    28:14
  27. 35.
    Going to the Mat[tresses]04/30/2018
    18:09
  28. 36.
    Does your business belong on Reddit?04/22/2018
    24:46
  29. 37.
    Seize the (Social Network) Power04/10/2018
    19:39
  30. 38.
    Mark Zuckerberg's Year of Living Dangerously04/03/2018
    18:52
  31. 39.
    The Web is 29 and we still have hope04/02/2018
    17:05
  32. 40.
    Algorithms are as neutral as the people who write them03/11/2018
    18:24
  33. 41.
    IPR49803/05/2018
    15:27
  34. 42.
    Who will give us the tools we need to take control over our personal privacy and data?02/12/2018
    20:52
  35. 43.
    News of Facebook. Payola PR. Accountability and Responsibility02/05/2018
    21:41
  36. 44.
    Facebook drops news from the Newsfeed. Now what?01/22/2018
    17:12
  37. 45.
    Creativity and Long Bike Rides by the Lake01/16/2018
    19:54
  38. 46.
    Return of the Ink-Stained Wretches?01/07/2018
    14:05
  39. 47.
    Will AI take over my job in 2018?01/01/2018
    20:14
  40. 48.
    To Bot or not to Bot12/27/2017
    17:45
  41. 49.
    When apologies aren't good enough12/18/2017
    19:04
  42. 50.
    People before Platforms12/11/2017
    18:55
  43. 51.
    Make that a Pizzum to go11/13/2017
    22:24
  44. 52.
    Why would I attend a conference?10/24/2017
    23:39
  45. 53.
    Inside PR 486: Terry Fallis on narrative and storytelling10/16/2017
    21:23
  46. 54.
    Will this discussion get us into trouble?08/22/2017
    27:01
  47. 55.
    Bag O' Chips TV08/14/2017
    21:47
  48. 56.
    Can any Tom, Dick or Anthony do what we do?07/30/2017
    20:21
  49. 57.
    The State of Political Communication in Washington07/25/2017
    35:14
  50. 58.
    IPR 481: Really, we're not making this stuff up07/17/2017
    18:36
  51. 59.
    IPR 480: Facebook quacks like a news publisher07/11/2017
    26:52
  52. 60.
    479: Did you hear our audiogram?07/03/2017
    23:54
  53. 61.
    Data Science for Public Relations06/27/2017
    41:03
  54. 62.
    IPR 477: Mary Meeker's Internet Trends06/07/2017
    32:16
  55. 63.
    Inside PR 476: Don't delete the Public Editor06/06/2017
    32:37
  56. 64.
    Inside PR 475: Car crashes all the time?05/25/2017
    28:36
  57. 65.
    Inside PR 474: No-slide presentations05/22/2017
    20:45
  58. 66.
    Inside PR 473: Feedly Features Filters05/16/2017
    23:46
  59. 67.
    Inside PR 472: Meet you on Mastadon?05/14/2017
    24:41
  60. 68.
    Inside PR 471: Social Media Tweak Week04/30/2017
    19:26
  61. 69.
    Inside PR: Fake news and the chasm of perspective04/24/2017
    24:31
  62. 70.
    Inside PR 469: Don't give up the ship04/18/2017
    23:33
  63. 71.
    Inside PR 468: Escape your filter bubble03/20/2017
    28:38
  64. 72.
    Inside PR 467: Stay nimble!02/22/2017
    15:44
  65. 73.
    Inside PR 466: Email responsibly.02/13/2017
    24:24
  66. 74.
    Inside PR 465: We make it Virtual02/06/2017
    28:06
  67. 75.
    Inside PR 464: Is the news media too weakened to do its job?01/30/2017
    25:20
  68. 76.
    Inside PR 463: The Tyranny of Email01/27/2017
    22:11
  69. 77.
    Inside PR 462: Books that last01/16/2017
    21:24
  70. 78.
    We stand on guard for fake news01/15/2017
    16:28
  71. 79.
    Inside PR 46001/14/2017
    18:08
  72. 80.
    Inside PR 459: Speed podcasting11/23/2016
    12:15
  73. 81.
    Inside PR 458: From the Floor of the PRSA International Conference11/21/2016
    21:35
  74. 82.
    Inside PR 457: Ethical Media Relations11/14/2016
    23:18
  75. 83.
    Inside PR 456: Ugh. It happened.11/07/2016
    27:15
  76. 84.
    IPR455: PR in the Post-Newsprint, Post-RSS World10/24/2016
    28:25
  77. 85.
    Inside PR 45410/03/2016
    26:15
  78. 86.
    Gini Dietrich knows how to promote content09/06/2016
    23:34
  79. 87.
    Inside PR 452: Does the hub and spoke model need a tire change?08/16/2016
    29:02
  80. 88.
    Inside PR 451: Verify me Twitter. I'm a Backseat Rider.08/01/2016
    23:38
  81. 89.
    Inside PR 45007/25/2016
    21:47
  82. 90.
    Inside PR 449: Here and App. There and App. Everywhere an App.07/18/2016
    21:03
  83. 91.
    Inside PR 448: Integrate This!07/11/2016
    16:29
  84. 92.
    Inside PR 447: The Future of Social07/04/2016
    21:09
  85. 93.
    Inside PR 446: Bad news for independent podcast creators06/20/2016
    24:52
  86. 94.
    Inside PR 44506/17/2016
    17:26
  87. 95.
    Inside PR 44406/06/2016
    28:35
  88. 96.
    Inside PR 443: Facebook Trending Topics05/23/2016
    27:56
  89. 97.
    Inside PR: 10 years old05/16/2016
    27:36
  90. 98.
    Inside PR 441: Marching to Facebook's tune05/09/2016
    18:44
  91. 99.
    Inside PR 440: Wall to Wall Facebook05/02/2016
    18:44
  92. 100.
    Inside PR 439: Our cross-platform future04/18/2016
    19:00
  93. 101.
    Inside PR 438: The media world is spiky, not flat04/09/2016
    21:03
  94. 102.
    Inside PR 437: Twitter Takes Ten; Tips for Error-Free Writing03/28/2016
    24:49
  95. 103.
    Inside PR 436: A crowded video field and an ad agency is defrauded03/20/2016
    17:27
  96. 104.
    Inside PR 435: Inside PR 435: Advertising Equivalencies. Pshaw!03/14/2016
    22:25
  97. 105.
    Inside PR 434: Counselors Academy03/07/2016
    17:11
  98. 106.
    Inside PR 43303/02/2016
    19:38
  99. 107.
    Inside PR 432: More must-have apps for communicators in 201601/14/2016
    23:44
  100. 108.
    Inside PR 431: Must-Have Apps for Communications Professionals in 201601/11/2016
    22:26
  101. 109.
    Inside PR 43001/04/2016
    20:20
  102. 110.
    Inside PR 429: AMP up the mobile Web12/31/2015
    18:41
  103. 111.
    Inside PR 428: Working deep with new podcast technology12/29/2015
    16:27
  104. 112.
    Inside PR 427: SxSW drops the ball12/28/2015
    20:59
  105. 113.
    Inside PR 426: It's Jeopardy VR12/15/2015
    11:00
  106. 114.
    Inside PR 425: Only in Canada12/07/2015
    10:35
  107. 115.
    Inside PR 4.2410/05/2015
    20:12
  108. 116.
    Inside PR 423: Has Big Tech Become Too Powerful?09/23/2015
    18:06
  109. 117.
    Inside PR 422: The Business of Podcasting, YouTube, and More09/08/2015
    17:55
  110. 118.
    Inside PR 421: The Business of Podcasting08/30/2015
    20:20
  111. 119.
    Inside PR 420: Neville Hobson Hangs Up His Mic08/19/2015
    26:50
  112. 120.
    Inside PR 419: The Internet is Dead08/13/2015
    16:49
  113. 121.
    Inside PR 418: The Book Club Cometh08/10/2015
    21:10
  114. 122.
    Inside PR 417: Ezra Klein's vision of the future of media08/03/2015
    19:47
  115. 123.
    Inside PR 416: All the News That You Can Get on Twitter and Facebook07/17/2015
    16:59
  116. 124.
    Inside PR 415: You Talkin' to Me?07/09/2015
    16:56
  117. 125.
    Inside PR 41407/07/2015
    20:48
  118. 126.
    IPR 413: IPRMustKnow and Taylor Swift06/26/2015
    16:53
  119. 127.
    Inside PR 412: The Industry that must change06/19/2015
    14:47
  120. 128.
    Inside PR 411: Communications Across Borders06/12/2015
    23:57
  121. 129.
    Inside PR 410: Martin, You Complete Me06/03/2015
    14:01
  122. 130.
    Inside PR 409: Living in a world of micro-moments and video to go05/01/2015
    18:34
  123. 131.
    Inside PR 408: Now we all are Irish04/21/2015
    20:21
  124. 132.
    Inside PR 407: PR generalists versus specialists04/14/2015
    22:11
  125. 133.
    Inside PR 40603/31/2015
    18:07
  126. 134.
    Inside PR 405: Starbucks Starcrossed03/30/2015
    20:23
  127. 135.
    Inside PR 404: The ever-changing media landscape03/17/2015
    19:19
  128. 136.
    Inside PR 403: PR's HR issue03/10/2015
    20:57
  129. 137.
    Inside PR 402: The changes at Google Plus03/03/2015
    15:41
  130. 138.
    Inside PR 401: On citizen journalism and PR02/23/2015
    16:37
  131. 139.
    Inside PR 400: The social media mob02/18/2015
    17:47
  132. 140.
    Inside PR 399: Don't put a Target on your back02/14/2015
    18:03
  133. 141.
    Inside PR 398: Is blogging over or has it morphed into something else?02/03/2015
    15:06
  134. 142.
    Inside PR 397: What happens when a founder sells the company?01/21/2015
    24:13
  135. 143.
    Inside PR 396: Teens on social media01/15/2015
    17:03
  136. 144.
    Inside PR 395: New messaging apps01/07/2015
    16:02
  137. 145.
    Inside PR 394: 2015 Trends12/16/2014
    17:45
  138. 146.
    Inside PR 393: Santa's naughty and nice lists12/04/2014
    17:20
  139. 147.
    Inside PR 392: The algorithm that is journalism12/01/2014
    18:11
  140. 148.
    Inside PR 391: Facebook's many changes11/21/2014
    17:28
  141. 149.
    Inside PR 390: Throw away your crisis communications playbook11/05/2014
    15:08
  142. 150.
    Inside PR 389: Copyblogger, SlideBatch and More10/21/2014
    17:06
  143. 151.
    Inside PR 388: Media consolidation and microfunds10/16/2014
    16:34
  144. 152.
    Inside PR 387 - Are we facing another bubble burst?10/08/2014
    17:32
  145. 153.
    Inside PR 386: Wearable technology10/01/2014
    14:46
  146. 154.
    Inside PR 385: Twitter "Buy Now" and Social Advertising09/24/2014
    12:23
  147. 155.
    IPR 384: Spin Sucks' anniversary09/15/2014
    14:45
  148. 156.
    Inside PR 383: Making LinkedIn work for your business08/25/2014
    16:46
  149. 157.
    Inside PR 382: Considering Native Advertising08/12/2014
    19:30
  150. 158.
    Inside PR 381: Penalties for bad reviews and questions about online privacy08/06/2014
    16:46
  151. 159.
    Inside PR 380: Digital reach with Cision07/29/2014
    22:23
  152. 160.
    Inside PR 379: An anonymous marriage proposal?07/23/2014
    18:14
  153. 161.
    Inside PR 378: The news you may never see07/16/2014
    18:40
  154. 162.
    Inside PR: Special show on SXSW V2V with Christine Auten07/11/2014
    17:47
  155. 163.
    Inside PR 377: Big clients squeeze marketing companies and Facebook's hold on youth06/25/2014
    18:44
  156. 164.
    Inside PR 376: A Native Advertising No-No and Panda Preys on News Release sites06/17/2014
    17:15
  157. 165.
    Inside PR 375: During a crisis, don't leave your customers in the dark06/11/2014
    19:31
  158. 166.
    Inside PR 374: Scott Monty will not be forgotten06/05/2014
    10:03
  159. 167.
    Inside PR 3.73: Counselors Academy Recap05/26/2014
    14:43
  160. 168.
    Inside PR 372: Mesh Conference with Mark Evans05/14/2014
    18:07
  161. 169.
    IPR 371: New makeovers for Google+ and Facebook04/29/2014
    15:23
  162. 170.
    Special edition on stories with Rob Biesenbach04/28/2014
    12:39
  163. 171.
    IPR 370 with Tom Garrity04/16/2014
    13:09
  164. 172.
    Inside PR 3.69 with Lindsay Bell behind Spin Sucks04/11/2014
    13:26
  165. 173.
    Inside PR 3.68: Spin Sucks04/02/2014
    16:50
  166. 174.
    IPR 367: Reflections of SXSW03/26/2014
    21:19
  167. 175.
    Inside PR 365: MasterCard ties one on, Facebook going mobile and the New Klout03/12/2014
    15:17
  168. 176.
    IPR 366: LinkedIn connections and proper communication03/05/2014
    15:36
  169. 177.
    Inside PR 364: Our PR loves02/18/2014
    17:18
  170. 178.
    IPR 363: Where does social media belong?02/06/2014
    19:22
  171. 179.
    Special edition: The ABCs of podcasting at CPRS Ottawa's Re-Boot Camp for Communicators02/04/2014
    1:48
  172. 180.
    Inside PR 3.62: Video storytelling and the importance of conflict01/28/2014
    17:37
  173. 181.
    Inside PR 361: Justine Sacco, mob mentality and leadership01/14/2014
    16:16
  174. 182.
    Inside PR 360: The Morning After? or Happy New Year!01/01/2014
    2:13
  175. 183.
    Inside PR 3.59: Trends and fears for 201412/17/2013
    11:38
  176. 184.
    Inside PR 358: The new business process - what works and what doesn't12/10/2013
    16:40
  177. 185.
    Inside PR 357: Shel Holtz, Neville Hobson and the FIR Podcast Network12/06/2013
    13:45
  178. 186.
    Inside PR 356: Shel Holtz & Neville Hobson, Pioneers of Communications Podcasting12/02/2013
    14:13
  179. 187.
    Inside PR 3.55: Trends in PR agencies11/19/2013
    15:10
  180. 188.
    Inside PR 3.54: Native advertising and sponsored content11/12/2013
    16:41
  181. 189.
    Inside PR 3.53: Seed&Spark11/04/2013
    18:54
  182. 190.
    Inside PR 3.52: Buffering a crisis10/29/2013
    12:30
  183. 191.
    Inside PR 3.5110/22/2013
    14:07
  184. 192.
    Inside PR 3.5010/15/2013
    15:17
  185. 193.
    Inside PR 3.4910/10/2013
    20:24
  186. 194.
    Inside PR 3.4809/30/2013
    18:08
  187. 195.
    Inside PR 3.4709/24/2013
    14:27
  188. 196.
    Inside PR 3.46: Google introduces in-depth articles09/20/2013
    15:58
  189. 197.
    Inside PR 345: Good PR firms evolve09/14/2013
    17:37
  190. 198.
    Inside PR 3.44: Getting Creative at SxSW V2V08/19/2013
    16:47
  191. 199.
    Inside PR 3.4308/18/2013
    20:25
  192. 200.
    Inside PR 3.4208/06/2013
    17:27

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