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In episode 233 of PNR: This Old Marketing, Joe and Robert continue their discussion on the unprecedented challenges for media companies. Can they survive? What will be the model that replaces them?
Recorded live April 2, 2020; Length: 1:03:33
- (13:26) Joe and Robert discuss how the coronavirus is impacting media companies, specifically local media. Can they survive? What will be the model that replaces them? (Source: BuzzFeed News)
The Deep Dives
- (24:54) What can enterprise brands learn from the marketing of Nickelodeon star JoJo Siwa? (Source: Rolling Stone)
- (35:33) Looks like media and brand publishing partnerships are all the rage. Joe and Robert talk about how a consumer magazine and a trade publication are leveraging an audience overlap. (Source: Folio:)
- (42:05) The CMO of Anheuser-Busch goes full on content marketing. (Source: Digiday)
The Show Sponsor
- (44:43) This week’s episode is sponsored by Content Marketing University. As we face an uncertain time, it’s important to catch up on your training and think about the future. With over 40 hours of virtual learning available, CMI University can help you master the quickly evolving world of content marketing. Listeners can get $200 off registration with discount code FRIEND200.
Rants and Raves
- (49:56) Joe’s rave – Cowboy Museum put their head of security in charge of their Twitter account. (Source: Bored Panda)
This is the hat and eyepatch the Duke wore in the movie True Grit. They are part of our Exhibition about the 2 True Grit. Lots of interesting props and clothes. I’m told I can’t try it on. Hashtag John Wayne. Lucas, my grandson, told me to use hashtags. Thanks, Tim pic.twitter.com/yNO3RP4uA4
— Nat’l Cowboy Museum (@ncwhm) March 17, 2020
- (53:38) Robert has not a rant and not a rave. Let’s call it a commentary on the opportunity for brands to take on owned media opportunities to create content that is helpful and build trust as a result. – (Source: MediaPost)
Until our next episode, be safe and healthy, PNR friends.
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Posted April 6, 2020 in: Event by Monina Wagner