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How to Prepare Your Brand for the Facebook ‘Dislike’ Button

The news last week that Facebook is working on a dislike button means PR professionals should be thinking about how they will guide brands through this new wrinkle and protect against misuse of such a device. | MORE »

8 Tips to Help You Get Reporters and Bloggers to Embed Your Infographics

Ask any journalist to give his/her thoughts on infographics and you should expect, at the very least, an eye roll. Though news outlets have used infographics since before the birth of the Internet and USA | MORE »

Updated Barcelona Principles Set a Framework for Global Measurement

The updated Principles are both similar and different from the original. The seven concepts in the seven Principles remain the same. What changed is a focus on best practices. | MORE »

ESPN’s PR Chief Shares His Career-Building Mentoring Secrets

I love to learn from other people and I’ve always believed I get more from the relationship than I give. Mentoring younger folks keeps my eyes fresh. | MORE »

How PR Insights Drive Great Marketing—and How You Can Get in on the Action

How can we find meaningful insight, especially when traditional focus groups may not be an option? | MORE »

So long, Jon, we hardly knew you.  Tonight (August 6) marks the last "Daily Show" episode with Jon Stewart as anchor. Stewart single-handedly changed the way people think about the "news," and conditioned an entire generation to be more skeptical about what they read, see and hear. Here are some choice clips from Stewart's tenure.

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