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A new, straight-talking magazine from IoIC will allow industry experts to talk about the good, the bad and, yes, the ugly of internal communication. 

The IoIC is launching a suite of channels that will give members and communicators critical information and insight to further their careers and better engage employees.
In December, the first issue of IoIC’s new membership magazine will be published. A 36-page quarterly print title, Voice will be rich in practical, useful content for IC practitioners – in-depth features, key research and opinions from around the industry. The publication will be an essential tool for internal communicators to gain knowledge about their work and talk openly to their peers – sharing experiences and solutions to common issues. If you're not already a member, you can join the IoIC today to start receiving a range of benefits, including Voice magazine.
The first issue will feature advice on challenges such as communicating during strike action, building an internal brand culture and producing an effective staff magazine.
A complementary online version of Voice will go live at the same time. This will publish news and features from the print magazine, as well as extra and extended content. Articles on the online channel will be accessible to members only.
A new monthly e-newsletter, Voice Mail, was launched in October for IoIC members and non-members. Like its predecessor, InsideLine, Voice Mail will bring you the best stories on the web about comms and employee engagement – fascinating reports on everything from publishing, social media and apps, to wellbeing and career development, as well as news from IoIC. If you are not a member, you can still register to receive Voice Mail.

IoIC chief executive Jennifer Sproul explains: “As the leading independent body for internal communication, it is essential that we demonstrate our own excellence in this area with a publishing portfolio that provides real value to our members and enables IoIC to stand out from the content crowd.
“We wanted to deliver an enhanced proposition that works across multiple channels. We wanted to expand the content we produce through a bold, dynamic publication, and review our options for digital delivery.”
Kate Jones, chair of the IoIC board, adds that the new Voice suite of channels is all about the audience. “There had come a point a few years ago when we were no longer able to produce a print magazine, but our members said they missed it.

“A print magazine is a tangible thing. You can hold in your hand. For IoIC, it can cut through all the other thought leadership, case studies and industry information that people consume via social media. Access to this content and insight will be one of the lead benefits of a membership subscription. The new Voice will elevate our message in a different, credible way.”

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