Whitney Hoffman part 4: campaign post-mortem (podcast)
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Whitney Hoffman part 4: campaign post-mortem (podcast)

On this edition of digital public affairs, a campaign and election post-mortem with Whitney Hoffman.

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Niki Ashton
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Digital public affairs podcast: MP Niki Ashton

MP Niki Ashton on Facebook as an early warning system and community gathering place, and refining the use of digital when different outcomes are considered.

What is @Canada, really?
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What is @Canada, really?

Is the @Canada Twitter account really for digital diplomacy? Or, is it a stew of marketing messages ostensibly for an international audience.

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Paul Dewar
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Digital public affairs podcast: MP Paul Dewar

MP Paul Dewar on social media for political candidates, sitting politicians, leadership races and digital diplomacy.

comScore shares valuable time, place and device data
By November 19, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

comScore shares valuable time, place and device data

Digital public affairs professionals will find a powerful reveal for time, place & device targeting in comScore’s latest report on Canadian Internet usage.

Whitney Hoffman part 3: election day (podcast)
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Whitney Hoffman part 3: election day (podcast)

Whitney Hoffman catches us up on the last five months of her election campaign and the run up to mid-term election day.

Did digital get municipal candidates elected?
By October 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Did digital get municipal candidates elected?

Some key takeaways from an interview I did on CBC Ottawa Morning on how municipal election candidates used (and should use) digital.

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Matters of Opinion 2014 and the digital public affairs ecosystem
By October 27, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Matters of Opinion 2014 and the digital public affairs ecosystem

The 2014 of Matters of Opinion reveals that engaged Canadians are shaping digital public affairs, how advocacy and lobbying are done, and how news is reported to a wider Canadian audience.

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Digital public affairs podcast: Minister Michelle Rempel
By October 8, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Digital public affairs podcast: Minister Michelle Rempel

Minister Michelle Rempel on the thornier side of online, being real, and social media as a source of important information and breaking news.

TOUCH and the critic: a healthcare and community case study
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TOUCH and the critic: a healthcare and community case study

A great example of how applying TOUCH can shine a positive light on a difficult matter, and can help set a better way forward.

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Sean Casey
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Digital public affairs podcast: MP Sean Casey

Excerpts from a conversation with Liberal MP Sean Casey, a guarded lawyer turned digitally-engaged MP.

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Ted Hsu
By September 22, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Ted Hsu

Excerpts from a conversation with Liberal MP Ted Hsu on considerations for digital in an MP’s communications ecosystem.