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With smartphone technology now a ubiquitous part of modern life, it can be easy to forget that everyone is carrying a camera and a microphone.   And as our reliance on smartphones has grown, it has become even easier to forget when it might be operating, and who might be listening.   It is a phenomenon that can catch out even the savviest media professionals and politicians with their droves of media advisors; despite all their experience and knowledge, sometimes they are still exposed by what is known in the industry as a ‘hot mic’.   What is a hot mic?   Hot mic moments occur when a device captures statements, often offensive or insensitive, which are not intended to be recorded or broadcast.    Add in a camera and there is no hiding; a minor slip-up or

How can Media Intelligence give you a jump on your competitors? We asked Sarah-Jane Dabarera what businesses need to know about monitoring their activity —  and that of others. Unless your company has been hiding under a rock, you will know there’s been a revolution in data in recent years. With regards to your organisation’s digital presence, information now exists on everything from instant analytics on your reach per tweet, to better alerts when your business gets a mention in the press. There is a wealth of information available which we call media intelligence. But data without analysis is just

There's been a mad rush of enrolments as Australians register to make sure their voices are heard in the upcoming plebiscite, CRM Officer Lauren Pow analyses what the data can tell us. To get an idea of how these people are likely to vote, we’ve broken down the numbers and found a few surprises. Copy: Counting on marriage equality Infogram