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Making Sense of a Crazy Week; Plus Could Apple Buy Disney?: #ThisOldMarketing Episode 231
For episode 231 of PNR: This Old Marketing, Joe and Robert discuss a coronavirus-week of news in marketing, trying to make sense of what’s next.
Recorded live March 20, 2020; Length: 1:05:08
(02:34) What they’re up to and how they’re feeling – in business and in life – in the wake of the new coronavirus.
(07:30) Because of how fast the news is moving, Joe announces a temporary change for PNR.
(09:55) Publishers are dropping paywalls to share COVID-19. (Source: Folio:)
Photo Credit: CDC
The Deep Dives
(19:02) Longtime listeners, this may be a familiar conversation for you. A new report says Apple to buy Disney. (Source: ComicBook.com)
(33:09) Facebook had all sorts of issues with its AI-powered spam engine and was deleting articles about COVID-19. (Source: BuzzFeed News)
(39:00) Ford completely changes its advertising campaigns in response to COVID-19. (Source: Ad Age)
(43:30) Joe and Robert discuss why now may be the greatest moment ever for content marketing.
The Show Sponsor
(48:01) This week’s episode is sponsored by Content Marketing University.
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Rants and Raves
(50:29) Joe raves about an LA Times article and explains how we should take a fresh look at our marketing. He believes now could be a defining moment.
(54:59) Is this a rant or a rave? Robert wants marketers to think about the opportunities for events to go from the physical to virtual. (Source: Digiday)
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