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How Media Relations Has Changed – Part II

Ruben Quinones July 29, 2010 Category Digital Marketing

Path TV Episode 10  Part 2

Join guest Bryan R Adams for part 2 of “How Media Relations Has Changed”.  The game has changed as the keys to the media have shifted from one agent to another.  Watch both episodes to get an insiders view from his perspective.  You can check out Bryan’s site at https://bryanradams.com

Transcript:

Duration of Video:  3 min 25 sec.

 Ruben Quinones:  Welcome back to part 2 of Path TV is accounted for. You don’t know we have started.  

Bryan R Adams:  No did not ——–

Ruben Quinones: I am your host Ruben Quinones and my guest Bryan Adams a publicist in the industry and we were talking about if you have watched part 1 watch it out his beeper kept on off like anything, your Beeper right your beeper.

Bryan R Adams:  No No.

Ruben Quinones:  He spoken about life how its change of the life ten, fifteen years and you were ending at right as when you said the publicists were the gatekeepers, they have to call you and you have to

Bryan R Adams:  We have all the information

Ruben Quinones:  Right!

Bryan R Adams: But if you are getting now in 2010 a lot of different clients, lot of different people who are promoting their work if they are magicians, show makers or office or companies they can show lot of information because they have blogs, websites and Twitter accounts and they have face book page and they are managing all of that so while they have to necessarily come to me.

Ruben Quinones:  Right.

Bryan R Adams: So the publicists now we are trying to find ways so that we stay relevant and give people the information they need and the way they want it and it’s interesting shift and you know there is lot of learning going on it and I am still here and I hope I remain here but I have to shift.

Ruben Quinones:  Have you seen the people nominated friends I shouldn’t take names but would you know some people that have nominated the transition and

Bryan R Adams:   Not yet I haven’t seen anybody because what happens is because you and I are in this a like you pay attention for some of the used stuff. But there are people out there who are very believious to this stuff. I am talking about the journalist there are different loose outlets there who don’t know about twitter, don’t know about face book he care a less.  Who rely on the conversation with publicists so it’s still lack going on?

Ruben Quinones:   Okay. Right.

Bryan R Adams: I will talk to people with different Media Analyst and it’s like they want me to fax some stuff and I am like wow! As I am supposed to E-mailing a Jpeg or E-mailing a PDF and you know I am safer now. GOD bless them because there are some and that’s how I have raised and that was the thing I used to do.

Ruben Quinones:  So no way you are still

Bryan R Adams:   Make some calls and faxes.

Ruben Quinones:   In as a  gatekeeper  you still some are already in that process because specially in the development

Bryan R Adams: I am a public master now.

Ruben Quinones: Right! Where can we find you?

Bryan R Adams: You can find me at bryanradams.com

Ruben Quinones:  I am going to write here and on the blog.

Bryan R Adams: bryanradams.com differentiates me from singer the top singer. R —-.

Ruben Quinones:  I think you are on it, have a Good Morning, God Afternoon, Good Evening whenever you are watching this see you next time on Path TV.

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