Artificial Intelligence is on the panel’s mind — among other things — as C.C. Chapman, Neville Hobson, and Dan York join Shel Holtz for the first episode of 2017 and the beginning of our 13th consecutive year of podcasting. Here’s the rundown:
The incoming press secretary for President-Elect Donald Trump has warned us not to expect business as usual when it comes to the administration’s relationship with the media. What does that bode for the press’s ability to hold the administration accountable — and will the philosophy extend beyond the White House to business?
Kami Huyse, Marshall Kirkpatrick, and Laura Pevehouse join host Shel Holtz to talk about these topics:
An update on the latest news about fake news, including the steps Facebook is taking to call it out, Germany’s new law that could cost Facebook 500,000 euros for each fake news item it publishes, how big brands are inadvertently funding fake news, how fake news is inspiring people to turn their attention back to mainstream media, and why owned media (especially corporate blogs) are more important than ever
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Chris Abraham, Cindy Crescenzo, and Steve Farnsworth join host Shel Holtz to talk about these topics:
An update on the latest news about fake news, including a boycott of the new Star Wars movie, companies waking up to the threat, and data showing most Americans believe fake news headlines when they see them.
PR is still saddled with a reputation as spin doctors, liars, and sharks circling startups in order to take a chunk of their flesh.
As automated systems replace real people, what happens to the human-fueled customer experience?
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