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Prime Point Foundation, Chennai PR Club launch Podcast for corporates

23-August-2006
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Prime Point Foundation, Chennai PR Club launch Podcast for corporates

Chennai based Prime Point Foundation in association with the Chennai PR Club has launched Podcast service for corporates. Podcast is a distribution of audio stream, which can be downloaded and played in any MP3 player. Beginning this month, e-magazine ‘PR-e-sense’ has been integrated with it.

“Podcast is fast emerging as a powerful communication tool and we have integrated ezine ‘PR-e-Sense’ with it,” said K Srinivasan, Founder Chairman, PPF and Chief Editor of ‘PR-e-Sense’ and Podcast.

Commenting on the content, Srinivasan said, “The Podcast will carry interviews of eminent personalities like K Pandiyarajan, Founder and CEO of MAFOI, the leading HR consultancy company of India; Dr Nirmala Prasad (Principal, MOP Vaishnav College, Chennai); Xavier Prabhu, CEO, PR Hub, Bangalore; V Poornima, PR executive, Rediffussion PR; and Bhagwan Singh, Chief of Bureau of Deccan Chronicle, who share their views about the youngsters and give positive suggestions.”

P A Narrendiran, Editor, ‘PR-e-Sense’ and Vice-President of the Chennai PR Club said, “We will produce audio shows for corporates every month and integrate the same with e-zine. We are also planning to integrate with video clips in the near future. We would utilise all the technological tools to our advantage in a cost effective manner. We have now partnered with Pod Bazaar, a US based company, for the technology support for all our Podcast.”

The latest e-zine and Podcast can be downloaded from www.primepointfoundation.org.

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