Karen Dalton, APR, executive director of the Canadian Public Relations Society, speaks with Maria Reitan of WebmasterRadio.FM about the similarities of public relations between her organization and its American counterpart, and how they are dealing with changes with journalism, social media and more.
Todd Buchholz, former White House director of Economic Policy, speaks with Maria Reitan of WebmasterRadio.FM about how worldwide events influence today's economic environment. He also shares his views on the unpredictable roller coaster global economy and what it means for business, following his PRSA 2009 International Conference keynote presentation.
Robert Noltenmeier, professor at NYU-SCPS Division of Programs in Business, speaks with Maria Reitan of WebmasterRadio.FM about the success of the university's education program in the public relations community.
Farnaz Khadem, head of Corporate Communications and Public Relations at Life Technologies, speaks with Maria Reitan of WebmasterRadio.FM and offers her perspective on Todd Buchholz's keynote presentation with regard to global techology and education. Khadem also discusses her company's work in corporate communications and brand building.
Ralph Davila, an award-winning public relations professional and blogger for ATonOfBricks.com, speaks with Maria Reitan of WebmasterRadio.FM about his experience at the PRSA 2009 International Conference.
Bob Garfield, co-host of NPR's "On the Media," shared his industry wisdom with his signature wit at the Tuesday, Nov. 10 luncheon. He also previewed his latest book, “The Chaos Scenario,” which asks whether traditional media is falling apart and, as he wondered, “whether we are prepared to pick up the pieces.” (Note: This podcast contains language that may be offensive to some listeners; discretion is advised).
Todd Buchholz, former White House director of economic policy and a frequent CNBC contributor, shared his view on the unpredictable global economy and its affect on business at the General Session on Monday, Nov. 9.
Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, opened the three-day Conference with an address before the General Session on Sunday, Nov. 8. During her address, she interviewed Wendell Potter, APR, who recently abandoned a 20-year career in corporate communications at health benefits provider CIGNA Corp. to blow the whistle on what he alleges is the health-insurance industry’s “duplicitous” behavior in the current health-reform debate.