Lance Chung, Editor in Chief of Bay Street Bull, joins us this week for our Q&A series exploring COVID-19's effects on journalism. Lance and his team were putting together their ‘30 under 30’ spring issue when social distancing measures came into place. He chats with Argyle’s Alex Kucharski about how they pivoted to deliver the issue and what he learned from launching the magazine’s re-brand during the pandemic.
As we explore how COVID-19 has impacted journalism, Argyle’s Alex Kucharski chats with Victoria DiPlacido, digital director at ELLE Canada, about balancing the need for information and entertainment tailored to Canadian women, how she’s surviving isolation while supporting local businesses, and the work she is most proud of.
Journalism is essential during a crisis – and harder than ever during a pandemic when a reporter can’t get close to their sources. That’s why Argyle is turning the tables by interviewing prominent Canadian journalists. We aim to learn how they are coping, staying on top of the 24/7 news cycle, delivering fresh angles and insight, and engaging with communicators.
Whether you’re disseminating health-care research or sharing an innovative new treatment, working with health care professionals is essential to improving patient care. Communicating with these busy professionals can be challenging in normal circumstances, let alone amid a global pandemic.
Among the endless stream of look-alike COVID-19 emails from organizations, one struck me like a bolt of lightning.
How should organizations engage their public during the COVID-19 pandemic? That was the question Argyle’s national public engagement team tackled on a national webinar last week.
Five months ago, I took a huge leap. After more than 26 years of in-house communications in the public sector, I joined the team at Argyle as the Senior Vice President and General Manager for Western Canada.
Kim Blanchette brings fast-growing firm 25 years’ experience in communications, engagement, brand & reputation management.
The Argyle Group, one of Canada's largest management-owned communications firms, has been included on the inaugural Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, with three-year growth of 157 percent.
Public engagement is about giving people a voice in the decisions that affect them – but what if we don’t believe our voices will be heard?