Inside PR #162 – Wednesday, May 6, 2009


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This week on Inside PR we listen to a live recording of the CPRS Toronto Web 2.0 PR panel with Martin Waxman moderating.

00:44 Martin opens the show.

01:05 Welcoming comments from Lawrence Stevenson, president of CPRS Toronto.

01:24 Lawrence introduces the evening’s co-chair, Alison Reed.

01:40 Alison introduces the moderator for the evening, Martin Waxman.

04:09 Martin introduces the discussion panelists: Kate Trgovac, Ed Lee, Keith McArthur, David Jones and Lisa Leung.

07:22 The discussion begins with the first question for the panel coming from Martin: What would your definition of social media be?

17:55 Martin asks the panel if they think social media could replace television or water cooler chats as the first place people gather socially.

27:09 Martin welcomes a question from Lawrence Stevenson off the live Twitter feed.

34:59 Martin asks a question from the live Twitter feed: What do you think the first social media tool is?

38:37 Final question from the Twitter feed: How do you measure the success of a social media campaign?

43:50 Show closes.

Our theme music is Streetwalker by Cjacks and is courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

This week’s episode was produced by Sarah Laister.