By posting on its own site AP’s story about a lawsuit filed by former players, the National Football League has avoided the stigma of willful obliviousness.
In PR News’ Media Training Guidebook – Vol. 4, top media trainers share the latest insights, tips and checklists to help PR professionals set the agenda in their dealings with the media, stay on message, prep the C-suite for interviews, master nonverbal cues and more.
While Rupert Murdoch is in apology mode worldwide, The Wall Street Journal is being feisty with critics of the phone hacking scandal.
It’s budget planning time for next year—PR pros weigh in on "must-have" and "must-delete" budget line items for 2012.
Once a crisis is over, take a deep breath and relax for one minute—then begin reaching out to stakeholders and reestablishing your brand.
Case Study: Cool Online Tool and Data-Driven Stories Help Longtime B2B Company Reach Consumers for the First TimeJuly 18th, 2011 by PR News
In order to provide an ID fraud tool to the public, ID Analytics did what few companies can: cull compelling research nuggets from its own database of millions of Americans.
Case Study: Energy Education Sparks Reluctant Consumers to Get On Board With Trane’s Heating and Air ProductsJuly 11th, 2011 by PR News
In a stagnant economy, PR agency Carmichael Lynch Spong and HVAC manufacturer Trane broke through consumer purchase barriers with product reliability and energy-saving proof points.
Doug Simon of DS Simon Productions offers some suggestions for maximizing bookings across all platforms on your next media tour.
Carmichael Lynch Spong managing director Julie Batliner offers three best tips for piquing product interest in a slow economy.