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The Echo Chamber podcast brings insight and intelligence from across the global PR industry. Featuring interviews, analysis and conversation, the weekly show is hosted by Holmes Report editor Arun Sudhaman

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The Echo Chamber podcast brings insight and intelligence from across the global PR industry. Featuring interviews, analysis and conversation, the weekly show is hosted by Holmes Report editor Arun Sudhaman

    Davos Voices: Ketchum's Barri Rafferty (ep. 201)

    Davos Voices: Ketchum's Barri Rafferty (ep. 201)

    Ketchum CEO Barri Rafferty joins us in Davos to discuss the mood at this year's World Economic Forum, how the event has changed over the years, how she survives such an intense week, and why more PR people should attend. 

    • 22 Min.
    The remarkable legacy of Harold Burson (Ep. 200)

    The remarkable legacy of Harold Burson (Ep. 200)

    To mark the 200th Echo Chamber podcast (and the 20th anniversary of the Holmes Report) Arun Sudhaman and Paul Holmes talk about the remarkable professional legacy and personal impact of Burson-Marsteller founder Harold Burson – coincidentally, the first ever interviewee on the Echo Chamber – who died last week, aged 98.

    • 38 Min.
    How brands can prepare for the impact of purpose (Ep. 199)

    How brands can prepare for the impact of purpose (Ep. 199)

    Jenny Scott is one of the founding partners of Apella Advisors, the strategic communications consultancy launched in London in April this year. Scott, who was executive director of communications at the Bank of England and a previous BBC Politics Show presenter, joins Maja Pawinska Sims in the Echo Chamber to talk about the agency's first report on how brands can prepare for the impact of "the swing of the corporate pendulum" towards purpose after years of focus on short-term maximisation of profits. 

    • 29 Min.
    Jennifer Risi & Bonin Bough on Collaboration (Ep. 198)

    Jennifer Risi & Bonin Bough on Collaboration (Ep. 198)

    Jennifer Risi recently launched her own communications agency after nearly a decade at Ogilvy. The agency, called the Sway Effect, speaks to the impact Risi hopes to have on the industry. In particular, she is looking to make a difference around the way agencies collaborate. She and industry veteran Bonin Bough join the Echo Chamber to talk about the Sway Effect and how they are thinking about working together in new ways. 

    • 28 Min.
    PRovoke19: Teneshia Jackson Warner (Ep. 197)

    PRovoke19: Teneshia Jackson Warner (Ep. 197)

    Egami Group founder/CEO Teneshia Jackson Warner is the first African-American woman to pick up a Cannes Lions Grand Prix. At PRovoke19's Entrepreneurs' Forum, she was interviewed onstage about how the industry needs to rethink its approach toward multicultural marketing.  

    • 49 Min.
    Tony Hollingsworth on The Global Listen Campaign (Ep. 196)

    Tony Hollingsworth on The Global Listen Campaign (Ep. 196)

    Producer Tony Hollingsworth has worked with companies, governments and charitable foundations on campaigns that sit at the intersection of comms, media and popular culture, including Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday Tribute and The Wall — Live in Berlin. Hollingsworth joins Diana Marszalek in the Echo Chamber to discuss the intricacies and challenges of orchestrating his latest project, the Global Listen Campaign For Vulnerable & Disadvantaged Children, which aims to reach 500 million people in 60 countries and raise $1 billion.

    • 38 Min.

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