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15 Playlist Additions for Public Relations Professionals

Everybody’s working for the weekend, but these songs will help PR Pros power through the work week. The right musical…

Jay Leonard
August 18, 2014
Public Relations

Ice Bucket Challenge – Local News Anchor Edition (Videos)

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been taking the nation by storm, or should we say.. flood. The challenge is…

Jay Leonard
August 15, 2014
Social Buzz

Video: Crisis Preparedness for PR Pros

The lurking prospect of a crisis is a form of job security for public relations and communications professionals. PR pros…

Jay Leonard
July 18, 2014
Crisis Management

World Cup Advertisers Evenly Split on Subtitles for Deaf Viewers

Argentina and Germany aren’t the only FIFA World Cup powerhouses heading into Sunday’s final gleaming with pride.  A handful of…

Jay Leonard
July 11, 2014
Trends & News

How Energy Companies Power Their Communications Grid

When TV news reporters start baking cookies on car dashboards, you know it’s peak energy consumption time. July and August…

James Spillane
July 10, 2014
Communications

A Holiday for Most, Not for Public Relations

The Fourth of July is typically a relaxing holiday, with a lull in business activity as people go on vacation…

Jay Leonard
June 25, 2014
Public Relations

Media Appetite Growing for Subject Matter Experts

A tried and true PR strategy for brands to gain earned media coverage involves the use of expert spokespeople, who…

Connor Brooke
June 20, 2014
Public Relations

Unprecedented Array of Crisis Issues Facing College PR Officers

Aside from being the PR guy for Donald Sterling, there’s probably no communications role more challenging today than the person…

Connor Brooke
June 11, 2014
Crisis Management

As Recent PR Grads Seek Jobs, Class of 2015 Should Take Heed

Just weeks ago, they were cramming for final exams. Now tens of thousands of freshly minted communications and PR college…

James Spillane
June 9, 2014
Public Relations

Newsjacker Vocabulary Must Include the Phrase ‘According To’

Positioning subject matter experts to tell a brand’s story in mainstream news outlets is a big part of the job…

Jay Leonard
June 5, 2014
Communications

Local Media Coverage and Why People Vote the Way They Do

In Thomas Baldino’s of Wilkes University’s review of  Andrew Gelman’s Red State, Blue State, Rich State, PoorState: Why Americans Vote the…

Connor Brooke
May 21, 2014
Government & Politics

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