Exploring the state of public relations
United States
168 episodes
since Jun, 2015


This week, we cover a new Stories feature that LinkedIn is testing, the launch of another daily news podcast, this time from the Washington Post, and Facebook meets it match in the United Kingdom Parliament. LinkedIn Stories — Putting wings on an elephant? LinkedIn is beta testing a Stories feature called Student Voices. On one level, it sounds like a good idea. However, if aimed at younger users who have seen Snapchat Stories as ephemeral content that enabled them to be spontaneous and genuine without fear of their mistakes showing up in a data cache. When they use LinkedIn Student voices, will they bring this expectation only to discover that the information lingers on their profile and is being viewed by prospective recruiters? Maybe there is an argument for keeping different social networks separate according to use and audience. The Washington Post enters the daily news podcast game with Post Reports The Washington Post has launched Post Reports, an afternoon news podcast. It is the latest in a series of high quality news podcasts, including The Daily, Up First, and Front Burner, that collectively signal a significant shift in the news diet of an increasing number of people. They also represent a challenge for PR Pros. The one thing these new podcasts all seem to have in common is that they are highly curated. There are limited slots for stories in the short format adopted by all of the news podcasts – and they are cherry picking for their line up from the stories covered on their companion traditional news outlet. So, getting a story placed and covered on the news podcasts is not a linear extension of the traditional pitch. PR pros will have to watch closely to understand the unique perspective and focus of each of the new podcasts in order to find a way to ease a story’s coverage. But a straight up pitch? Probably not. Damian Collins shows Facebook that it’s dangerous to thumb your nose at Parliament Facebook may have more members than any country has population. And Mark Zuckerberg may feel he’s too important to accept an invitation from legislators representing eight countries to testify before them. But Mark Zuckerberg definitely isn’t bigger than Damian Collins, MP. Last week, Collins made good on his promise to release the documents from Facebook vs Six4Three court case. And the picture they painted of Facebook’s competitive behaviour and Mark Zuckerberg’s role in decisions that would exploit Facebook user data to advantage Facebook and disadvantage its competitors was …. ugly. Linkworthy LinkedIn launches its own Snapchat Stories. Here’s why it shouldn’t have, Josh ConstineJameson Hsu’s LinkedIn story exampleThe Washington Post announces programming details for its new evening podcast, “Post Reports”The Washington Post has launched a new 20-minute daily news podcast, Max Willens News podcasts we loveThe Daily, NY TimesUp First, NPRFront Burner, CBCPost Reports, Washington PostSummary of key issues from the Six4Three files, Note by Damian Collins, MPParliament seizes cache of Facebook internal papers, Carole CadwalladrFacebook Emails Show Its Real Mission: Making Money and Crushing Competition, Kevin RooseFacebook Used People’s Data to Favor Certain Partners and Punish Rivals, Documents Show, Adam Satariano and Mike IsaacNow eight parliaments are demanding that Zuckerberg answers for the Facebook scandals, Natasha LomasDelay, Deny and Deflect How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis, Sheera Frenkel, Nicholas Confessore, Cecilia Kang, Matthew Rosenberg andJack Nicas Subscribe to the Inside PR podcast We’re trying to be wherever you want us to be. So, you can subscribe to Inside PR on the most popular podcast apps. Subscribe to Inside PR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to Inside PR on SpotifySubscribe to Inside PR on Google Play It’s your turn. We’d love to know what you think about the topics we discussed as well as your suggestions for questions you’d like answered or topics for future shows. Leave a comment on the Inside PR Facebook group or the FIR Podcast Network Facebook group,Send us an email or an audio comment to [email protected],Interact with us on Twitter. We’re @inside_pr or connect directly with Gini Dietrich, Joseph Thornley, and Martin Waxman.And, of course, you always can leave a comment below this post. Please rate us on Apple Podcasts We hope you like the podcast as much as we like making it for you. If you do, we have a favor to ask: If you like this podcast, please rate us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you to the people behind Inside PR. Our theme music was created by Damon de Szegheo; Roger Dey is our announcer. Inside PR is produced by Joseph Thornley. Damian Collins 1; Mark Zuckerberg 0 – Inside PR 529 by Joseph Thornley, Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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