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How publicly traded companies communicate in the age of Twitter (podcast)

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How publicly traded companies communicate in the age of Twitter (podcast)

In this week’s podcast, we  talk to a true expert in corporate communications. Dominic Jones has been analyzing the intersection of social media with how publicly traded companies communicate since the 1990s. On IRWebReport.com, he’s a sharp critic of how typical companies interface with their shareholders and is full of ideas on how to improve this channel.

We discuss

  • how companies are changing (or not) how they are communicating with their investor communities
  • using technology to make more vibrant and democratic capital markets
  • how public companies are influenced in how they communicate by Investor Relations (IR) vendors and associations
  • the recent foray of Netflix ($NFLX) CEO into blogging to support his company and his stock against short sellers
  • and a lot more

Listen to the whole show by clicking below (if you don’t see the player, click here):

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