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Feeds, feedburner feeds
Our RSS page on PRWeek.com is a little outdated. Here’s our most recent list of RSS feeds.
PRWeek US Features
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PRWeeek US Technology
PRWeek US Consumer
PRWeek US Public Affairs
PRWeek US Financial
PRWeek US Crisis Communications
We’re getting back to our original schedule of Web-exclusive columns - the first one, which ran yesterday, is my take on the Rolling Rock controversy. You can it read it here (free). Tune in every Wednesday for a new column (to be unveiled soon - the three other monthly columnists).
Speak into the mic
Technology still occasionally lets us down. I am embarrassed to say due to technical difficulties, I soon have to re-record a podcast interview with Aedhmar Hynes, CEO of Text 100. For some unknown reason, her voice is not audible throughout the recording. Erp. We have since solved the problem.
I was interviewing Aedhmar for our new Agency Leadership Podcast series, a program that will soon be joined by a sister series focusing on in-house leaders. The goal of the series, which will be updated weekly at minimum, is to hear agency heads explain their business strategy, clients, goals, and competitive landscape in their own words.
The only thing that worries me about this series is that it could become very canned. So far the interviewees have been pretty relaxed, but I can see the day coming when the program could lose spontaneity. That would defeat the object. Shoba at the Newsmarket once told me that there are some CEOs who are notorious for being so rehearsed that no one wants to interview them.
One way to prevent that is to make sure I’m asking the questions people really want to hear the answers to. Comments and suggestions are welcome, either to this post, or directly to me at .
Our migration to the WordPress template for the Editors’ Blog is now complete. The migration for the other two blogs will be next. If you’re reading this, please stop by with a comment. We’ve announced Awards finalists, our Editors’ Choice, and Book of Lists within the past two months. Surely someone has something to say about it.
Now, with WordPress
If you’re reading this blog post, then we’ve officially switched over to the WordPress Multiple-User platform. If you’ve tried commenting before and got annoyed by the registration, you will be happy to note that comments are now unregistered. Comment away; we’ll be here. They are, however, moderated, but I think they go straight up after you’ve been approved once.
Plenty more to come in 2007.
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