Listen to PR Unspun

Last week in London, I was on a panel to discuss a broad and thorny question: How is the PR industry adapting now that social media is heading for mainstream adoption?

The event was PR Unspun, organized by Chinwag Live. The panel discussion and the Q&A that followed was recorded by Loyd Davis for a podcast.

That podcast is now available, either as one MP3 of the complete 90-minute session, or as two smaller MP3s. You can’t download the MP3s directly; you have to subscribe to the RSS feed to get them, or get them at iTunes.

Should be a worthwhile listen. I need to do that so I can remember what I said :)

Neville Hobson

Social Strategist, Communicator, Writer, and Podcaster with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Believer in an Internet for everyone. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

  1. neville

    That’s odd, Sallie, as the latest feed in my RSS reader (FeedDemon) has three new entries (and files), and I retrieved the big one. But you’re right, the feed from the link in this post doesn’t show those entries at the moment.

    Try iTunes?

  2. Deirdre Molloy


    Very sorry to hear about this and I see what you mean about the Feedburner link.

    I have alerted our podcast mavens and will get back to you with an update as soon as possible – but it might take a few days given that it’s a Bank Holiday weekend here in the UK. Rest assured that I am on it though, and apologies again for the tech glitch.

  3. neville

    Thanks Deirdre. I would have offered a link here to the file I downloaded but I don’t want to mess with your stats.

    And of course, typical that something like this needs attention on a Bank Holiday weekend…

  4. Sam Michel

    By technical mavens, in this instance Deirdre means me, which believe me is a much scarier thought than I might sound. I try and stop myself from sticking a screwdriver into the back of the server and jiggling it about, to fix things.

    Anyway, apologies for the problem with the podcas. The RSS feed made it as far as our staging server, but not to the live website. It’s been given a good kick now and is properly live. It’s available either via: RSS or iTunes.

    Sorry for the delay in getting this sorted out, if anyone has any problems, please do let me know and I’ll get right on to it.

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