Podcasts 1 minute read
Ben Smith, Founder, PRmoment.com
Believe it or not I’ve been locked (not really!) in a small room with some of my favourite people 44 times this year and over 30,000 of you have listened to the PRmoment podcast.
If you’re not a regular listener to the show I can genuinely, honestly say you’re missing out. You can subscribe on itunes here. The podcast has a 4.6 star rating.
We interview some of the most interesting people in PR – most of the time we talk to them about the story of their career, but we also take an occasional tack towards book reviews, high-profile campaigns and the use of data in public relations!
You can subscribe to The PRmoment Podcast via your normal podcast App - just search for "PRmoment Podcast." One final reminder - if you haven't entered The PRmoment Awards yet - the final deadline is January 10th....Good luck!!
Have a great Christmas and the PRmoment team and the PRmoment podcast will be waiting for you in 2020.
Here are the top five PRmoment podcasts of the past 2019. Congrats to those who made it to this list.
1. Scott Wilson, president Europe and Africa at Burson Cohn & Wolfe, on the PRmoment podcast
Scott talks to us about his inspirational story, which has seen incredible professional success alongside personal tragedy
2. Jon Hughes, CEO of Golin, on the PRmoment podcast
In a wide ranging chat Jon talks us through Golin’s buying criteria when it makes an acquisition and why agencies need "that freshness and that hunger at scale.”
3. Molly Aldridge, global CEO of M&C Saatchi Public Relations, on the PRmoment podcast
Molly discusses, amongst a whole bunch of other stuff, why success is a mixture of hard work and luck.
4. Mark Lowe, co-founder at Third City, on the PRmoment podcast
Mark talks about why, if you have a dream in life, it's important to at least give it a go. We also discuss why VCs buying public relations businesses is changing the agency market.
5. Sarah Scholefield, CEO, UK and Ireland, Grayling, on the PRmoment podcast
Sarah talks about the turnaround of Grayling including why you have to take a long-term view when you're trying to turn a business around and how she had to get rid of the parts of the business that weren’t working.
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