The PR, Done and Doner podcast panel had fun watching and discussing famous video interview flameouts of 2023.
It was a wild ride, and nice follow-up to my post about one-hit blunders, i.e. high profile figures who were felled by a single bad story
Jordan Chanofsky, CEO
In these difficult times, we want to express our horror over the atrocities Hamas unleashed on Israel and express our hopes to see a time of lasting peace and prosperity as quickly as possible. The war in the Middle East affects every one of
I enjoyed chatting with Eric Yaverbaum for our podcast recently. If you don't know the name, you probably should - especially if you run in NYC PR circles. He is CEO of Ericho Communications and author of Public Relations for Dummies and Leadership Secrets of the
I enjoyed participating in the Defining PR roundtable on Twitter Spaces recently, which was organized and led by Stephen Karaolis, founder of Pear The Agency and AI startup PR Labs (more on this below).
It was a great panel and very lively conversation about the changes
I am constantly searching for podcast and YouTube content to enjoy while I am out running or driving. The ones I like most are about music and true crime. Through the latter interest I discovered the Behavior Panel, a YouTube channel that analyzes the behavior
The last two PR: Done and Doner podcasts focused on ChatGPT and AI in PR. In Episode 16, we invited a panel comprising Fusion PR account directors Mark Prindle and Diana Bost, and Stefano Pacifico, CEO and Co-founder of Epistemic AI, a company that