Our Best Podcast to Discover Public Relations!

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As it is essential to know the pulse of new trends in public relations and especially when working in it, it is imperative to have relevant content references that puts us at the forefront.

PRWeek Review

Launched in November 1998, this podcast is considered as a reference by several professionals in public relations. PR Week’s team looks at the latest trends affecting online media, written media, and social media. Led by specialist Gideon Fidelzeid and Steve Barrett, this podcast presents weekly marketing strategies, branding strategies and innovations that have marked the public relations industry in recent days.

Inside PR

Inside PR is a weekly Canadian podcast on public relations and social media. Gini Dietrich (CEO of Chicago Arment Dietrich), Joseph Thornley (Senior Partner of Thornley Fallis Group in Ottawa) and Martin Waxman (President of Martin Waxman Communications in Toronto) examine the latest trends in the public relations industry and explore the issues who make the news.

With more than 420 episodes available and almost 800 000 downloads since its inception in 2006, Inside PR addresses all aspects of public relations while offering tools and tips for those who want to go further.

Pitching PR

Podcast of choice for those who do not like technical lingo: the facilitator easily meets personalities and experts who have made their mark in the field of public relations, social media and artistic creation.

Lesley Luce, a graphic designer and manager of a successful Toronto-based company, devotes her podcasts to creating the corporate image, but also to the entrepreneurial vocation in the field of communications. Her refreshing perspective and honest guests show a whole new face of public relations.

The Infopresse conferences podcasts

Infopresse is one of the largest media groups specialized in communication in Quebec. Among its many activities, the company has produced a series of podcasts presenting the best moments of its conferences open to the public. The various episodes feature professionals in communications, design, marketing and media. The topics are very diverse and although they sometimes move away from public relations, they remain relevant and inspiring.

The greatest strength of podcasts is certainly their accessibility where and when you want to see them. Available à la carte, often for free, you can devote yourself entirely or listen to them while doing something else. This 100% audio format has become a must for influencers, journalists, professionals and authors who want to innovate and keep up to date with the latest trends. What about you? What are your favourite podcasts?

 

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Mélisande Bodiguel