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Twitter with a Twist: The Story of 10thFlrVending
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October 30, 2009 08:10 PM PDT
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Meet Karen Untereker, Digital Influence Strategist at Ogilvy Public Relations and the "facilitator" of 10thFlrVending, the hilarious Twitter persona of the vending machine on Ogilvy PR's 10th Floor.

Karen talks about the genesis of 10thFlrVending and its surprising popularity on Twitter.

Follow @10thFlrVending http://twitter.com/10thFlrVending for funny updates that also provide a refreshingly authentic look inside one of DC's top PR firms. Follow Karen @unterekless http://twitter.com/unterekless

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones and David Hyson for Conversations in Public Relations.

Can PR change behavior? Sarah Temple, Ogilvy PR's Social Marketing SVP
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October 30, 2009 08:02 PM PDT
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Tune in for a fascinating discussion with Sarah Temple, Senior Vice President of Social Marketing at Ogilvy Public Relations. Sarah explains how social marketing campaigns can tackle important social issues, and presents some best practices from Ogilvy's illustrious work in this area.

Sarah was recently honored as a nominee for Washington PR Woman of the Year by Washington Women in Public Relations.

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones and David Hyson for Conversations in Public Relations.

A Conversation with Jessica Berk Ross: EVP at Ruder Finn
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October 09, 2009 09:35 PM PDT
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Meet Jessica Berk Ross, Ruder Finn Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Washington, DC office. In this interview with Mary Fletcher Jones, Jessica shares what she loves about her job, and the qualities that make Ruder Finn an outstanding public relations agency to work for.

This segment is part of a series profiling public relations agencies in Washington, DC. for Conversations in Public Relations. Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones. Direction by David Hyson. View all episodes on YouTube and http://www.prconversations.wordpress.com

Insight on Healthcare PR: A Conversation with Sara Latham
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October 09, 2009 09:02 PM PDT
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Sara Latham, Senior Vice President of Healthcare at the Washington, DC office of Ruder Finn (http://www.ruderfinn.com) talks about her background in public relations and explains why healthcare public relations has become such a hot field in PR today.

Your host for this episode of Conversations in Public Relations is Mary Fletcher Jones. Direction by David Hyson. View all episodes on YouTube and http://www.prconversations.wordpress.com

The Agency Experience: Perspective from Brian Perry, Ruder Finn
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October 09, 2009 08:47 PM PDT
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Brian Perry is an Account Coordinator at the Washington, DC office of Ruder Finn, one of the world's largest independent public relations agencies. Listen as this young professional describes how he began his career in public relations, what it's like to work for an agency, and tips for landing a PR agency job.

Brian also talks about Ruder Finn's innovative environmental PR practice.

Your host for this episode of Conversations in Public Relations is Mary Fletcher Jones. Direction by David Hyson. View all episodes on YouTube and http://www.prconversations.wordpress....

Social Media - Before and After a Crisis
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October 09, 2009 08:38 PM PDT
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Dallas Lawrence provides suggestions for how corporations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations can use social media to build online communities of support that can be called on during a crisis. He mentions the usefulness of building positive relationships with bloggers, Twitter users, and groups of people on social networks. As chair of Levick Strategic Communications Digital Media Practice, Dallas Lawrence leads a team that provides high-profile corporate, government, and non-profit clients with effective online reputation management, crisis response and social media engagement programs.

Dallas blogs for "Bulletproof: The Blog on Crisis Communications" http://www.bulletproofblog.com.

Follow Dallas on Twitter @DallasLawrence

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones for Conversations in Public Relations. Direction by David Hyson.

Reputation Management Best Practices
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October 09, 2009 08:26 PM PDT
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Dallas Lawrence, chair of Levick Strategic Communications Digital Media Practice, shares best practices for using social media to build online communities of support. Dallas leads a team that provides high-profile corporate, government, and non-profit clients with effective online reputation management, crisis response and social media engagement programs. He also blogs for "Bulletproof: The Blog on Crisis Communications" http://www.bulletproofblog.com . Follow Dallas on Twitter @DallasLawrence

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones. Direction by David Hyson.

A Conversation with Dallas Lawrence
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October 09, 2009 07:47 PM PDT
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Meet Dallas Lawrence, a public relations professional with expertise in using digital and social media for reputation management and crisis response. As chair of Levick Strategic Communications Digital Media Practice, Dallas Lawrence leads a team that provides high-profile corporate, government, and non-profit clients with effective online reputation management, crisis response and social media engagement programs.

Dallas blogs for "Bulletproof: The Blog on Crisis Communications" http://www.bulletproofblog.com.

Follow Dallas on Twitter @DallasLawrence

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones. Direction by David Hyson.

An Insider's View to Working for a PR Agency - with Meghan Sager
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September 16, 2009 11:49 AM PDT
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Meghan Sager, Online Analyst for New Media Strategies, has worked for three communications agencies since graduating from college a few years ago. This young PR professional describes how working for a PR agency is different from working in internal communications, and provides advice for those seeking a position with a PR or communications agency.

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones for Conversations in Public Relations. September 2009.

Event Planning Advice for Communicators
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September 16, 2009 11:35 AM PDT

In this 3-1/2 minute Conversations in Public Relations video, Jennifer Collins of The Event Planning Group (http://www.tepgevents.com) offers advice for communicators tasked with planning a major special event or meeting. Jennifer's philosophy is that special events can be the most powerful form of communications.

Produced by Mary Fletcher Jones for Conversations in Public Relations (http://prconversations.wordpress.com)

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