Bob Garfield shares some afterthoughts following his PRSA 2009 International Conference presentation on how the mass mediaâ€“mass marketing symbiosis is dead and how public relations as an industry is better positioned than most.
Farnaz Khadem , Head of Corporate Communications and Public Relations for Life Technologies, gives her take on the Todd Buchholz keynote in terms of Global Technology and Education, plus she discusses her companys work in corporate communications and brand building.
Huffington Post Editor in Chief Arianna Huffington and Center for Media and Democracy Fellow Wendell Potter deliver their PRSA 2009 International Conference keynote.
Bob Garfield, columnist for AdAges weekly Ad Review and co-host of NPRs On the Media, discusses how the mass mediaâ€“mass marketing symbiosis is dead and how public relations as an industry is better positioned than most.
Todd Buchholz, past managing director of the 15 billion dollar Tiger hedge fund, is an expert on global economic trends and a frequent commentator on American Public Media’s Marketplace Program delivers his PRSA 2009 International Conference keynote.
Todd Buchholz talks about about how worldwide events influence todays economic environment plus his views on the unpredictable roller-coaster global economy and what it means for business and your business sector, following his 2009 PRSA International Conference Keynote presentation.
The Wolcott Company founder and president Denis Wolcott, APR, who serves as the co chair of the 2009 PRSA International Conference Committee, relishes on the success of the compelling keynote presentations at this years conference.
Health Care Industry Whistleblower Wendell Potter is interviewed followign his keynote interview with Arianna Huffington about his change of heart and the decision to leave the healthcare industry.
Brian Tierney gives the Keynote at PRSA07 and tells the audience why he is “Platform Agnostic” and focused on monetizing on every platform; and how to maintain the integrity of the editorial process, while still remaining flexible and relevant.