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Just in time for your weekend listening... +Gini Dietrich, +Joseph ThornleyΒ and I talk about recent updates to Facebook including opening Instant Articles to all publishers, live video, message filtering and more.

When it comes to the updates, we want to know: do you πŸ‘ it?

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Inside PR 439: +Gini Dietrich, +Joseph ThornleyΒ and I talk about ComScore's Report on the Cross-Platform Future.

It's a fascinating read and looks in depth at the changes (i.e. mobile) that are shaping the way we connect and communicate.

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Here's IPR 438. +Gini Dietrich, +Joseph ThornleyΒ and I are all back again. We start with three #IPRMustKnows and then talk about the clustering of new media in major markets and what effect that will have on local news and local PR.

Have a listen and let us know what you think.

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Inside PR 437 tackles the aftermath of the Ghomeshi verdict, tips for error-free writing and Twitter at 10.

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On IPR 435, +Gini Dietrich and I talk about crises communications and going where the audience is and where the crisis is happening. We also tell you why we hate AVEs.

+Joseph Thornley is back next week.

Any thoughts/comments? We'd love to hear from you.

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Here's IPR 434 where +Gini Dietrich, +Joseph Thornley and I offer our thoughts on specialists vs generalists and where the profession is heading.

We also talk about PRSA Counselors Academy and our annual conference for agency leaders in May. (Disclosure: I'm #CAPRSA chair this year.)

Have a listen and let us know what you think.

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IPR 433 is a two-hander with +Gini Dietrich and +Joseph Thornley talking about which tools and platforms they use for comment management ahd how to keep the conversation going on a blog.

Have a listen and let us know what you think.

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On IPR 432, +Gini Dietrich, +Joseph Thornley and I talk about more apps we like, including Slack.

And we discuss our thoughts on the Twitter 10K - not the marathon but the move to 10,000 characters.

We're interested to hear what you think.
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Time for IPR 426. Another two-hander.

This time +Gini Dietrich and I talk about why the word cool continues to be...cool and other things.

+Joseph Thornley is back next week.
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