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firpodcastnetwork.com May. 13, 2019
Inside PR 541 - Gain A Point. Lose A Point.
Facebook. Google. FIR Podcast network. Local news deserts. Elections. GarageBand turns fifteen. Lots of talk.Continue Reading →
firpodcastnetwork.com May. 7, 2019
Inside PR 540 - Private And Privacy Aren't The Same Thing
Is Mark Zuckerberg’s concept of privacy your concept of privacy? Probably not. And this week we discuss Zuckerberg’s ongoing repositioning of Facebook as “private.”Continue Reading →
firpodcastnetwork.com Apr. 30, 2019
Inside PR 539: Google Takes A Pass And Cision Thinks About A Sale
Google takes a pass on carrying political advertising in Canada. And there are reports that Cision is up for sale.Continue Reading →
firpodcastnetwork.com Apr. 2, 2019
Inside PR 538 - Roger Mcnamee Is Zucked
This week, we take a deep dive into Roger McNamee's Zucked. McNamee, an early investor in Facebook and an erstwhile advisor to Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg has provided us with an insightful consideration of how Facebook and social media have changed over time.Continue Reading →
firpodcastnetwork.com Mar. 24, 2019
Inside PR 537 - As Radio Fades, Can Podcasting Survive The Attention Of Advertisers?
Radio is fading as younger people move to streaming audio. And as this happens, advertisers look for opportunities on podcasting and podcasters look to monetize their productions. Is this the beginning of the end of podcasting as we know it?Continue Reading →
firpodcastnetwork.com Mar. 18, 2019
Inside PR 536: As Newsrooms Disappear...
We have some news to break on this week’s Inside PR. Gini and Martin are going to be working together. Martin has joined the Spin Sucks team. Gini has been building Spin Sucks as a community for a decade – and growth has reached the point in which she needs help leading the content team. Enter Martin.Continue Reading →
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