PR News Blogger Network

Stay current with the latest trends, insights and personal takes on all things PR by visiting the PR Blogger Network, a one-stop rundown of the latest blog entries from some of the top thinkers and writers in the field.

 


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Did I Say the World Was Flat? Sorry, I Misspoke

We’ve all said some pretty outrageous things that have no basis in fact or in any kind of reasoned analysis. Most of what college sophomores say, if I remember correctly, falls into that category. And when you think about it, the rhetoric during … | MORE »

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‘Social Games’ Notwithstanding,Traditional Media Packed an Olympic Punch

Now that the London Olympics are just a memory, I never thought I’d write this: I’m going to miss them. Not just the athletes and their performances that often gave me goosebumps—like “Blade Runner” Oscar Pistorius, British he… | MORE »

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Streaming Network Makes HuffPost More Social

Just went you thought there weren’t enough social media platforms for communicators to pitch stories to, here comes yet another option. On Monday, August 13, The Huffington Post unveiled HuffPostLive, a video streaming network with expectations o… | MORE »

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Streaming Network Makes HuffPost More Social

Just went you thought there weren’t enough social media platforms for communicators to pitch stories to, here comes yet another option. On Monday, August 13, The Huffington Post unveiled HuffPostLive, a video streaming network with expectations o… | MORE »

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Public Relations is a High-Stress Profession

With Chick-fil-A’s same-sex marriage controversy nearly played out, the one thing about that crisis that made PR pros pause was the tragic death by heart attack of the restaurant chain’s longtime head of PR, Don Perry. While we don’t know if the … | MORE »

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NBC: Taking a Lickin’ and Keeping on Tickin’

By Jamar Hudson, PR News Writing about the Olympics has been pretty much unavoidable the last two weeks. It’s been one of those events in which every day there seems to be an opportunity to take a look at the London games and find some sort of PR ang… | MORE »

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The Most Annoying Sayings, At the End of the Day (Add Yours to this Epic List)

So here goes: I personally despise, at the end of the day, when people drop the ball, because, at this moment in time, it is what it is. Just sayin. In that paragraph above I include what I and countless others find to be among the most annoying saying… | MORE »

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Twitter/Journalist Olympic Dust-Up Highlights Important PR Point

The world is all a-Twitter about Twitter because of British newspaper reporter Guy Adams, who had his Twitter account suspended for posting the work e-mail address of Gary Zenkel, head of NBC Olympics. On Friday of last week, Adams complained to his 4,… | MORE »

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Your Boss Has Weighed In on Your Tweet, and He Thinks It Was ‘Idiotic’

Danny Boyle’s London Olympics opening ceremony production on July 27 played like a bombastic, funhouse mirror held up to the U.K. with the world’s citizens as sideline spectators, and inspired Aidan Burley, a Conservative member of Parliame… | MORE »

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The Death of Rory Staunton and the Power of the Press

On July 11, 2012 a heartbreaking story about a 12-year-old boy, Rory Staunton, who died on April 1 at NYU Langone Medical Center of severe septic shock, appeared in the The New York Times. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jim Dwyer, the art… | MORE »

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