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PRINT TALE: What journalism can teach you about where communications should be headed

I remember where I was when the old news media died for me. It happened in a phone call from a journalist.

“Look,” he started off. 739 more words


Five things I can tell you after helping train 1,000 comms people to shoot video

Three years ago I was sitting at my desk working through a social media review of an organisation.

The Facebook and the Twitter were okay. Good in places and poor in others. 510 more words


The Net Results

The phone voice has always fascinated me. It’s like we have a different personality when we’re answering the phone. The ability to switch was impressive. 860 more words


TRUSTING ME: A quick guide to who, what and how to deliver a better message

When you’ve got a difficult message to deliver don’t just send out the next cab on the rank. Instead, use a bit of research to send out the best one. 770 more words


CHANGE DILEMMA: 'Why are firefighters who run into burning buildings afraid of change?'

“Why is it,” a Canadian fire and rescue officer said, “Why is it that firefighters who run into burning buildings afraid of change?”

A friend had asked him this and he admitted he was unsure what to reply. 175 more words


BBC EXPERT: Fear change in tech? You've seen nothing...

Worried the world is changing too fast? Here’s a thought. You’ve seen nothing.

In 1973, former BBC tech writer James Burke had imagined what 1993 would look like. 480 more words


BIG DIGITAL: Digital comms is much, much bigger than comms

I heard something this week… then read something that chimed with it.

At the Association of Police Communicators event in Grantham I bumped into someone I hadn’t seen for a while After exchanging pleasantries, I asked what was keeping them busy. 218 more words