Posts Tagged ‘BBC’

F-2-F? on-line? print?

I never obsess too much about the media, as I think the message and the audience are the primary concern and the most appropriate medium follows. But channels are not mutually exclusive – they all work better as an integrated package.

But what’s your preference?

Prefer on-line?
We held our first webinar yesterday debating “on-line versus print” It was well received. You can view it here http://t.co/RpzA2Ltn You can continue the discussion here http://linkd.in/tQyIvw Thanks to PRAcademy

Prefer print? You can view the chat transcript here Print v On-line IC Webinar Nov 2011 Chat Transcript Thanks to all who took part, especially ex-BBC Gurus Euan Semple & Andrew Harvey and Chair Phil Turner

Prefer F-2-F? Our annual conference on 5th October was a huge success. We produced a printed newspaper to accompany the event, which you can download here Turbulent Times Thanks to InterMedia



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Call me old-fashioned, but the news of the end Ariel, the weekly BBC staff newspaper, has left me feeling a bit sad.

This Guardian Article gets a bit nostalgic about the journal which was first published in 1936; reflecting on content that has provided great diary pieces, and acknowledging former editor Andrew Harvey for bringing a journalistic hard edge to the publication over the past decade.

It should make for great discussion at our first Inside webinar on 9 November at 1pm when Euan Semple, former BBC Director of KM and creator of talk.gateway and Andrew Harvey, former editor of Ariel will be considering the rise and rise of online channels and the role for print in internal communications moving forwards.
Places are limited – book your place here http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1486378799

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