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GovComms: The Future of Government Communication

Presented by David Pembroke of contentgroup, InTransition is a weekly podcast dedicated to the practice of content communication in the public sector. Every week David interviews leading experts in public sector communications from policy makers, to agencies with government clients, to journalists and technical specialists. The world of communications is changing, be part of the transition.

Jun 19, 2018

Our rebranded GovComms podcast has launched and now's the time to share what's in store for you, the listener.

In this episode your host, David Pembroke, tells the story of contentgroup. Our Story.

From small beginnings, David shares how contentgroup took an idea and created a thriving government communication hub...

Jun 12, 2018

Our InTransition Podcast has been sharing insights and innovations in government communication with global audiences since 2015.

In this episode your host, David Pembroke, shares some exciting news about the growth of the InTransition podcast.

We've had a makeover and it's not just cosmetic. You'll hear a little about...

May 28, 2018

On the podcast this week we talk to Mike Pritchett, CEO and co-founder of Shootsta, a video production agency in Sydney. Designed to empower brands and agencies to produce high-quality video, Shootsta supplies clients with an all-in-one visual studio in a single hard case and offers a 24-hour turnover.

Understanding the...

May 21, 2018

After recently celebrating Open Gov Week 2018 we thought we’d revisit this episode with Helen Owen, the then Principle Advisor on Public Data Policy at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Helen shares with David the importance of Australia joining the Open Government Partnership and what it means for...

May 14, 2018

In the world of communication, there’s one rivalry bigger than them all: internal vs external communication.

The common belief is that external is superior simply because it’s what you use to communicate with your audience. But something we often forget is the crucial role internal plays. It may not be pleasing your...