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'The area I value most is the ability to track whatever search term, whatever company, and the option to narrow down to a small group of publications.'

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with AI-powered search

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Date: Thursday 12th October

Time: 1pm BST

Duration: 30 minute live webinar

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Signal's AI-powered media monitoring platform enables you toaccurately track your brand, spokespeople, campaigns, and competitors in real time

With no search or clipping volume cap, you have the flexibility to monitor and analyse the news that matters most instantly. 

News from global print, trade,online and broadcast sources, is delivered from publisher to platform in less than 2 seconds.

It even translates. And all for one fixed fee.

What our customers say

The Signal team trained the AI to ensure we only get results related to Dice not dice. Signal was easy to implement, is easy to use and offers greater breadth in terms of news sources. Using Signal a daily news roundup email goes out to everyone in the team.

Christian Hernandez, co-founder and managing partner, White Star Capital

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A few of our customers

Old Mutual
Atomico
Thomas Cook
Freshfields
Balderton Capital
Bird&Bird
Mishcon de reya
Whitbread

The Signal team trained the AI to ensure we only get results related to Dice not dice. Signal was easy to implement, is easy to use and offers greater breadth in terms of news sources. Using Signal a daily news roundup email goes out to everyone in the team.

Christian Hernandez, co-founder and managing partner, White Star Capital

A few of our customers

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The Reputation Game: 
The Power of Influencing How Others See You

Corporate change provides an opportunity for reputation engagement. Perceptions can be influenced through well thought out engagement strategies that connect the organisation, its leadership and its purpose with the different constituencies that surround it. 

In this 30 minute webinar, co-authors of The Reputation Game - David Waller, a senior managing director at FTI Consulting and Rupert Younger, the founding director of the University of Oxford’s Centre for Corporate Reputation and co-founder of Finsbury - will talk through why reputations matter and how we can all engage with the reputations that surround us all.

Attend this webinar to understand:

  • The behaviours that underpin reputation signals
  • The network strategies through which reputations are formed
  • The changing power of narratives in the digital world

David Waller is a partner in a global consulting firm where he specialises in developing and executing strategic communications programmes for international companies, financial institutions and governments. A former journalist with the Financial Times, he has also written a number of well-reviewed business and history books.

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Signal's AI technology gives you unlimited media monitoring in real time with no volume cap and no restrictions.

News is delivered to you instantly as it unfolds across print, broadcast and online, from the UK and around the world.

It even translates. And all for one fixed fee.

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About Signal Media

Rupert Younger is founder director of the University of Oxford’s Centre for Corporate Reputation, where he researches how reputations are created, sustained, destroyed and rebuilt. He is also co-founder of the Finsbury Group, the global strategic communications firm headquartered in London.

About our speakers

We are all playing the Reputation Game, whether we know it or not. Understanding how you get the reputation you want, and how you avoid the reputations that you don’t, has never been more important. You can try to ignore what others say about you or you can choose to learn the rules and discover that the potential benefits are unlimited.

Reputation can’t be owned or managed – not by an individual, an organization or the media professionals they employ. Instead, it is a gift of trust bestowed upon us by customers, colleagues, fans or friends. So how is it that VW suffered a huge blow in the wake of the emissions scandal, but their cars are still hugely popular? How has Pope Francis begun to rebuild the name of the Catholic Church after a series of damaging scandals?

Through pioneering research and interviews with a host of major figures ranging from Jay-Z and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman to Bernie Madoff and Man Booker Prize-winner Hilary Mantel, the authors reveal the key mechanisms that make and remake our reputations, providing the essential guide to the most important game in business and in life.

'From the soft power of nation states to the brand popularity of commercial products, reputation is supremely important. This interesting book places the issue in its rigorously argued context – an important matter for every senior executive in the public and private sectors.’ Lord Patten, Chancellor, University of Oxford

‘An insightful and really rather fascinating study of what one might argue is the issue of our age; the creation and management of a reputation. The authors have clearly managed to get great access to a huge number of people and the results make for very compelling reading. It’s well-written, too. In fact, it’s required reading for anyone who truly wants to understand the modern media age.’ 
Tom Bradby, Presenter, News at Ten

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The Reputation Game
The Art of Changing How People See You

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