Challenge to PRSA on blogging spreads

The challenge to the leadership of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) to including a track on blogging at the PRSA conference in New York in ten days time is spreading.

Following commentary on a number of blogs last week and this, B.L. Ochman makes the challenge crystal clear in a post yesterday:

PRSA leadership: I’m available to speak at the conference. And I could put together a team of great bloggers in five minutes flat.

Last week, I posted commentary in the context of asking the leadership of two major professional associations for the communication profession – PRSA and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) – what they plan to do in taking a lead for the profession on business blogging.

At that time, I emailed PRSA President, Del Galloway, and IABC Chairman, David Kistle, ABC, to ask them directly. I had some good email discussion with Kistle and learned that a leader blog was in planning. Didn’t get a reply from Galloway.

Kudos to IABC in taking the first step by starting a blog authored by its Chairman (see post).

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  1. IABC blog, IPR blog?

    European marcoms blogger Nevon says that the chairman of The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is talking about the planning of a blog. Well here it is. Does IPR have a blog? I might be wrong but I think

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