As this week is an “off” week for the Roundtable, I thought I’d post links to podcasts and topics that caught my attention over the course of the week.
- C.C. Chapman has a great episode on Managing the Gray about change. He’s absolutely correct, it all begins with you. I might just bookmark this and listen to it on a quarterly basis. Embracing change can be downright terrifying, but change is unavoidable–best to acknowledge that and run with it!
- Six Pixels of Separation — Mitch Joel talks with Joseph Jaffe about personal brands, increasing blog readership and reputation, and how that ties in with building a business. Is it still about content creation, or has the way been lost?
- It’s a couple of weeks old now, but I found the discussion about online privacy on NPR’s Science Friday very interesting. Two-thirds of lawyers use Facebook for primary source material? Wow.
- The mom-blogger topic has been heating up lately, and there’s a lot to think about for communications and PR pros. Some moms want to be paid for their time and efforts. How does this impact the basic premise of media relations within PR that the objective is to secure earned media (not paid) for clients?
- @BPGlobalPR has been “unmasked,” sort of–the man behind the satirical Twitter handle lays out why he’s doing it, and it’s a pretty damaging piece directed at the PR profession.
Have a great weekend, and we’ll see you next week on another edition of Media Bullseye’s Radio Roundtable.