PODCAST with Richard Knight

Click HERE to watch the latest PRWeek video podcast featuring Mission 21's Richard Knight.

Mission 21 has been called in to advise on next year's ­National Science and Engineering Week, as the Government attempts to drive take-up of the ­disciplines among British students.

Not-for-profit science body the ­British Association for the Advancement of Science (the BA) has called in Mission 21 to advise on content and ­media strategy following a competitive pitch.

In this week's video podcast, Knight explains the PR challenges facing scientific bodies.

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VIDEO PODCAST ARCHIVE...

 

14.11.07 Stuart Pocock of The Observatory talks about how agencies can boost their client list. WATCH

 



 

07.11.07 Richard Houghton discusses in-depth, some of the main issues surrounding international PR. WATCH

 



 

31.10.07 Is it worth taking a degree in PR? Westminster University's Trevor Morris talks about PR degrees. WATCH

 



 

24.10.07 Changes to Capital Gains Tax mean agencies could lose out if they sell up after next April. Richard Nichols, CEO of College Hill, discusses acquisition strategy. WATCH

 



 

17.10.07 Waggener Edstrom's London corporate practice VP Caroline Randle on the ever-changing green agenda. WATCH

 



10.10.07 Sophie Rochester, content editor of www.themanbookerprize.com, explains how a blog by the chair of the judges made the selection process more transparent. WATCH


03.10.07 IVCA Commercial Director Derek Ray-Hill on the 2007 Clarion Awards, where proof that CSR is taking the world by storm was clearly in evidence. WATCH


26.09.07 Olswang associate Ashley Hurst describes how PROs in the UK can use Facebook as a PR tool while successfully avoiding the sticky legalities. WATCH


19.09.07 Travelodge PR manager Shakila Ahmed explains how the Travelodge in-house team achieves such great coverage on a regular basis. WATCH


12.09.07 Mitchell Kaye, MD of consumer PR company Mischief, discusses client satisfaction and the reasons behind 'The Mischief Report'. WATCH


05.09.07 Head of communications at John McAslan + Partners tells her story of surviving an interview on the Today programme. WATCH

29.08.07 Gay Collins, MD of Penrose Financial, talks about socially responsible investments on the back of Penrose being called into action by the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). WATCH

22.08.07 The 2007 football season is alive and already full of controversy. Head of PR for the Premier League Tim Vine talks about the Premier League's new CSR showcase. WATCH


10.08.07 Click here to watch PRCA chairman Richard Houghton discuss the protection of ideas from within the PR industry.


03.08.07 A damaging story is about to break. Time to get the lawyers involved... Julian Pike of law firm Farrer & Co. explains the different measures involved in countering a heavy blow. Click here to watch the podcast.


27.07.07 Debbie Flynn, chief executive of specialist travel consultancy The Brighter Group, names the easiest fashion magazines to work with. Click here to watch the podcast.



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