Friday Wrap #182: Employees can gripe, zoo shutters social media, YouTube plans to go beyond video

Friday Wrap #182I extract items for the Friday Wrap from my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.. To make sure you never miss an issue, subscribe to my weekly email briefing.

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Employees are free to tweet their complaints—The National Labor Relations Board has finalized a decision initially rendered in March that beleaguered restaurant chain Chipotle was wrong for firing an employee who tweeted complaints about the company, forcing Chipotle to revise its policies. The NLRB is signaling that “freedom os speech is protected for employees who want to criticize their employers on Twitter.” The takeaway: This ruling is consistent with several… Read More »

Shrink-Wrap #4: Is every company still a media company?

It has been seven years since Tom Foremski proclaimed that “every company is a media company.” In the wake of that observation, a lot of companies embraced brand journalism…then stopped. Meanwhile, media companies have continued innovating. Can we say our companies behave like media companies when media companies have moved beyond content portals?

Friday Wrap #171: Web’s creator wants to re-invent it, Periscope’s crowdsourced comment moderation

Friday Wrap #171I’m back after missing the Wrap last week while I was at the IABC World Conference in New Orleans. As always, the Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make… Read More »

Friday Wrap #170: Overtime rule hits worker mobile use, EgyptAir’s media warning, videos go silent

Friday Wrap #170The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make sure you never miss an edition of the Wrap, subscribe to my weekly email briefing.

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Media belittles… Read More »

Friday Wrap #168: Logo hate, CEO scandals linger, most influencers are men, long-form content lives

Friday Wrap #168The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make sure you never miss an edition of the Wrap, subscribe to my weekly email briefing.

There’s One Week Left… Read More »

Friday Wrap #159: Podcast growth, Sharapova’s crisis response, hospitals embrace texting

Friday Wrap #159My apologies for not getting a Wrap out last week. I woke up around 1 a.m. on Friday feeling lousy and it just got worse from there. I don’t spend the day in bed very often, but that was my agenda last week. I’ll make up for it with an extra-crunchy edition today.

The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report… Read More »

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