Why COVID-19 has Changed Employee Comms; Facebook’s Tumultuous Week

Has your employee communications strategy effectively adapted over the past 18 months? If not, how can it improve moving forward?

Facebook’s Diana Doukas on Comms, Small Business Recovery, and Data Privacy

Diana Doukas, the Manager for Economic Impact for U.S. Policy Programs at Facebook, joins The Business Communicators podcast for a conversation on the state of small businesses in the U.S., how Facebook pivoted during the pandemic, and the steps the company is taking to limit the spread of misinformation and privacy concerns on the platform.

Crisis in Texas; Australia takes on Facebook; Life’s Simple Joy

What. A. Week. While Texas thawed out from Winter Storm Uri, The Business Communicators analyze what went wrong from a crisis communications perspective. Joined by award-winning global MarComs strategist, Dan Gold, the podcast dissects the crisis in Texas, why Facebook is no longer allowing news articles to be posted on its platform in Australia, and the simple things that bring us joy in life.

Chaos in the Capitol: Why Ethical Communications are Pivotal

Just days into the new year, the weaponization of social media ignited a firestorm of violence in Washington D.C., leaving five dead, and the country in chaos. Hours before, an ill-advised press release from Pizza Inn that “demanded” changes to nonexistent voter fraud touched the grey area of communications and ethics. How did we get here? The Business Communicators dives into the role communications played in the chaos, and why now more than ever, words matter when helping move this country forward.

The Fight for Privacy and Taking Ownership of your Personal Data

Shiv Malik, Head of Growth at Streamr, makes his second appearance on The Business Communicators podcast. Has progress been made on the data privacy front in the last 10 months? Shiv brings listeners up to speed on data unions (and what they are) and how consumers are inching closer to owning their personal data.