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PAB2011 and PAB2012 – more to come on both

PAB2011 wrapped up as a formal conference around noon, yesterday. However, its effect will be felt for a while. Besides the many Tweets, blog posts, audio podcasts, videos and other content you can expect will be produced by the many PAB2011 attendees (myself included), the ideas will no doubt change the way many PABsters think and create.

By the way, my own highlights posts will (hopefully) be published this week.

Before I get down to work for the day, there are two things I’d like to share.

First, PAB2012 is taking place at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on June 15-17, 2012. Early registration is now open. Between now and midnight tonight (June 27), you can register for PAB2012 for the early registration price of $130. At midnight, the price goes up to $170 and stays there until the event either reaches capacity or kicks-off.

Finally, Bruce Murray created a fantastic video with footage he collected during the PAB2011 content walk which took place Friday afternoon. The video was screened during the conference wrap-up. We’ll be publishing videos of the speaking sessions and JOLT!s over the summer. In the meantime, here’s Bruce’s video…


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Mark Blevis is a digital public affairs strategist and President of, an integrated digital communications, public affairs and research company. His work focuses on the role of digital tools and culture on issues and reputation management. He also leads research into how Canadian opinions are shaped through online content and interactions.