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Influence by WeTransfer
The world is changing, and so is the way we’re influenced. Who is exposing the widespread problems in media and advertising? How is racial discourse pushing brands to do better? And which organizations are leading the way with responsible, fresh visions?The industry today faces both financial and moral challenges that are shaking up the way advertising is done. Fake news, a global pandemic, racial injustice, questionable ethics—the problems are deep and long-lasting. And they’re the kind of challenges we take on in season three of Influence, a podcast by...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 21 ratings
Brilliant Show
Great interviews & stories
cyrilalexkeller via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 04/23/21
So far had the pleasure of listening to a few episodes from season 1. Always interesting and insightful and the casual approach almost gives a feel of eavesdropping on a random conversation (which is always nice :-)). The sponsorship messages are hilarious! I guess it’s only possible because it’s...Read full review »
Gilad kat via Apple Podcasts · Israel · 06/10/20
Cracking Pod
Was put onto this pod by a friend. I think the topics are great, the pod style works well and I’m flying through the episodes. Shame there’s only 8!
CharlieAus via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/25/20
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