Houston is a London based PR agency working with leadership teams of big name businesses to develop transformative communications strategies.
The Houston Presents podcast sees Houston discussing the latest trends in the media and communications with experts from business, law, PR and more.
Responding and preparing for crises
Houston’s Alexander Clelland speaks with Robert Jensen, Chairman of crisis management company Kenyon International, about how businesses can best respond to crises such as Covid-19 and why senior leaders must keep the big picture in mind to be prepared for future challenges.
Engaging with government today
Houston’s Anushka Mathew speaks to Vanessa Pine, a founder of public affairs consultancy Atlas Partners, in this fourth instalment of Houston Presents. They discuss how businesses can best engage with busy politicians who are consumed with managing the impact of Covid-19, Brexit and the US election.
The digital investor communications landscape
In the third instalment of the Houston Presents series, Managing Director at Houston, Kate Hoare speaks with Tamzin Freeman, the Co-Founder of the leading private investor content forum, PI World. They discuss how the financial and investor communications landscape is changing due to Covid-19, why companies are embracing digital tools for financial reporting and why engagement with the retail investor audiences is more important than ever before.
Fake news and deep fakes with Digitalis
In this Houston Presents episode, Charlie Bain, Chief Operating Officer at digital risk and online reputation firm Digitalis, is interviewed by Houston’s Alexander Clelland.
They examine the phenomenon of “fake news,” the dangers it presents particularly in relation to governments and businesses, and what can be done to tackle it. They also discuss about the emerging issue of “deep fake” videos and the extreme risk they pose.
Challenging mistakes in the media
Houston director Alexander Clelland talks to Magnus Boyd, a specialist in reputation law and partner at Schillings. They discuss the importance of challenging inaccuracy in the press, managing your reputation online and the changing nature of the media.