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PR guru Edward Segal joins the PR & Law Podcast to talk COVID-19, Facebook, and how to prepare for speeches under intense media scrutiny
Reading Time: 2 minutes The episode of the Ezra Klein Show raises great questions, even if we don’t yet have great answers.
Reading Time: 3 minutes How on earth did the World Health Organization’s PR team let Aylward go on live television?
As major league sports franchises wrestle with Covid-19 and suspended seasons, some lack a proper game plan
Reading Time: 4 minutes It was such an easy PR win, but the owner of the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets ended up scoring an own goal.
New York TV anchor and reporter on scene shockingly let their personal animosity spill onto live television
Reading Time: < 1 min It’s safe to say theses two TV journalists probably didn’t carpool home at the end of the day.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The first issue looks at the importance of visual content, some embarrassing holiday marketing mishaps, and internal influencers.
Reading Time: 3 minutes China’s moribund state-run media machine is proving incapable of promoting China’s interests in a fast, social media-driven world.
Tiny Canadian ad agency creates viral sensation with self-deprecating rap video about an unknown small town
Reading Time: < 1 min “Mount Pearl may be an unknown place, in an unknown place, but they are very progressive in their thinking and approach,” said creative director Jason Hill.
Apple News notable for doing what was once a sacred responsibility: detailing candidates’ policy positions
Reading Time: 2 minutes Apple News might be showing up traditional news organizations when it comes to keeping the electorate informed.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Boeing has been slow to respond to a serious crisis that could damage its reputation for a long, long time.
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China is upping the ante in its tit-for-tat with Canada over the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Hi! My name is Cam MacMurchy. I was born and raised in Canada and worked as a journalist before moving to China in 2004.
Today I work in Hong Kong as the Vice President of Corporate Communications of a listed company. I write about marketing, communications, and journalism, as well as technology and productivity, and anything else on my mind! I also occasionally contribute to 9to5Mac, one of the top Apple websites in the world, and run Executive Productivity. Contact me anytime.
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