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November 10, 2011 #CommsChat, 14 November – Have we lost control?

On Monday 14 November, #CommsChat is doing things a little differently. We’re teaming up with the PRCA to broadcast from its debate at the Imperial War Museum, North, which takes as its topic: Have we lost control? The debate will bring together senior PR and comms professionals to examine the top questions in communications today.

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November 9, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat with Vikki Chowney

On Monday we were delighted to welcome Vikki Chowney, acting news editor at Econsultancy, for a session on hiring and firing. It was a great session, with lots of interesting contributions from the #CommsChat community on the right time to work with PR agencies and how relationships with clients can go wrong. You can download a full transcript below.

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November 7, 2011 #CommsChat with Vikki Chowney, 7th November

For this evening’s #CommsChat we’re delighted to welcome Vikki Chowney as our guest host. Vikki is the acting news editor for Econsultancy, and was formerly the editor of the sadly late Reputation Online. From 8pm UK time, Vikki’s going to be discussing hiring and firing with the #CommsChat community.

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November 3, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat with Adam Vincenzini

On Halloween we welcomed back Adam Vincenzini, co-founder of #CommsChat, to host a session focusing on the trends the #CommsChat community predicts we’ll see in 2012. There’s a full transcript available below, but I’ve pulled out some of the tweets that caught my eye during the hour:

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October 28, 2011 Look into the crystal ball: #CommsChat with Adam Vincenzini, 31 October

It’s that time of year when everyone starts thinking about next year (especially if you are bidding for budget allocation within communications departments). So, why not spend an hour with the #CommsChat community on Monday 31 October 2011 to get a feel for what to look out for in 2012?

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