I’ve been doing a lot of work in the area of social media policy development. The same questions keep surfacing in my conversations with executives at different industry associations. Although, we see many of the two-page social media policies that are public facing, many executives are inquiring about their employees and what they need to know regarding social media participation, beyond the obvious “Rules of Engagement.”
We have some great news for our #PRStudChat community! Today officially launches the PRStudChat blog and a new podcast series. Please visit our blog at www.prstudchat.com for more information on these exciting initiatives. Our community is growing and we want to keep the dynamic conversations going between our PR students, educators and professionals. We want to thank our community for their support and for sharing knowledge and insights about the many changes in the PR industry.
It’s time to vote for the winner of the #PRStudChat 2010 Challenge!
We announced the #PRStudChat Challenge on Wednesday, October 13th when we asked our community to send us…
The PRSA International Conference 2010 Powering Progress kicked off on Saturday, October 16th. I arrived at the conference, on Sunday, October 17th with great expectations. I’ve been looking forward to this conference, knowing that many of the PR professionals who I chat with all year will be in one place. I’m ready to share ideas and network.
Wednesday, October 13th at 8:30 p.m. is #PRStudChat with our panel of educators and a focus on…
Today, conferences and events take on a PR 2.0 approach by promoting engagement long before the conference begins. Participants are encouraged to get to know the speakers and form relationships with other attendees prior to registration in the physical setting. Rich Teplitsky and I are the co-chairs of the PRSA T3PR Strategic Views on Technology and the Changing PR Landscape Conference in New York City on June 11th. Our approach and goal for this conference is to let everyone engage through social media before the event, and get the conversations going so that we’re all comfortable IRL (in real life). We want this program to be more intimate; when everyone meets in person, it should feel as if we’re old friends.
I’ve been following @adamvincenzini’s experiment, a year without newspapers, for several weeks. With a strong interest in media and the changing PR landscape, I decided to interview Adam to learn more about his motivation behind this project.