- Boeing’s Max 737 crisis is a textbook case of ignoring standards of crisis communication
- Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends report has a lot of meat for communicators
- Privacy policies are an incomprehensible disaster
- North Face and its ad agency thought it was clever gaming Wikipedia. Now they’re sorry.
- A privacy issue with precise-location tagging led Twitter to remove the feature despite some noble uses for it.
- Is voice overhyped…even as an Alexa Skill takes home a big prize at Cannes Lions?
- Dan York’s Tech Report from WordCamp Europe 2019
Special thanks to Jay Moonah for the opening and closing music.
Links from This Week’s Episode
- Boeing Max 737 jet crisis: we should’ve been more open, says CEO
- Boeing Says It Has No Plans to Change the Name of the 737 MAX
- International Airlines Group Announces Intent to Buy 200 Boeing 737 MAX Airplanes
- Why Airbus isn’t pouncing on Boeing’s 737 MAX turmoil
- Mary Meeker’s 2019 Internet Trends Report: 11 Highlights and Lots of Industry Insight
- 10 Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2019 Internet Trends Report
- Mary Meeker’s Most Important Trends on the Internet
- We Read 150 Privacy Policies. They Were an Incomprehensible Disaster
- Hart Scientific Y2K Readiness
- North Face Apologizes For Wikipedia Search Marketing Blunder
- Twitter is removing precise-location tagging on tweets — a small win for privacy but a small loss for journalists and researchers
- Is voice over-hyped? A new survey suggests lower adoption than previously thought
- How 360i Built Marketing’s Most Ambitious Voice Skill to Date in Just 3 Months
- Pandora Debuts Digital Audio Consultancy Ahead of Cannes
Links from Dan York’s Report
The next episode of For Immediate Release will be posted on Monday, July 22.