More About Cancer Communications: Podcast with the Pros
in cancer, for immediate release, healthcare, Online public relations, online reputation management, social media
05 Apr 2016
Experts Talk About Cancer Communications
I am so very proud to be given the opportunity to be a semi regular on Shel Holtz‘s “For Immediate Release” podcast. Shel has been doing communications and social for many years and is someone who I consider to the about the smartest (and nicest) people on the planet. It is double the thrill when I get to talk about a topic that I have been talking about quite a bit on this blog: cancer communications.
So yesterday, I got to share a virtual microphone with two additional amazing people: Jennifer Stauss, a cancer advocate, entrepreneur, former broadcast journalist and PR whiz, and Doug Haslam, social media expert and a cancer advocate who for several years has done the Pan Mass Challenge TWO DAY bike ride to raise money for cancer research.
It’s not All Cancer All the Time though; we cover other topics too, like the Internet uproar over the now lower-case spelling of “internet” WHICH I REFUSE TO EVER USE.
So have a listen.
Here is the Ol’ Disclaimer
I said so verbally on the podcast, but this post, like every other darn word I have written or spoken in my career, does not necessarily reflect those of the National Cancer Institute or any other employer I have had since I got my first job at 15 years old. Heck, I even have my own disclaimer page (keeps the lawyers happy).