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Majority of Americans Still Prefer Print Over Digital

Recently, The Rosen Group polled Americans on their media preferences, and the results suggest that, despite the prominence of emerging digital media platforms, print is still deemed the most credible news source. Among the additional … | MORE »

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Tip Sheet: Study Gauges Media’s Perception of PR’s Value & Suggests Room for Improvement

By Larry Parnell A newly released national study of 12,000 editors and reporters holds some surprises and reaffirms conventional wisdom on the relationship between public relations professionals and the news media. It also challenges us … | MORE »

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Charting The Industry: Press Values PR – With a Few Caveats

Digital media’s ongoing emergence may be rewriting the rules of traditional media relations, but PR pitches still drive coverage in a big way. Submissions from PR professionals are used by more than 94% of editors/journalists, … | MORE »

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When Not to Pitch

Every day, public relations professionals pitch stories to media outlets of every stripe. First, the bad news: The vast majority do not succeed in generating coverage. Editors, producers and reporters are constantly overwhelmed with requests … | MORE »

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Introducing the 2009 PR News CSR Award Winner in Media Relations

Winner: Coca-Cola Enterprises Campaign: Coca-Cola Enterprises External Communications Plan for the 2008 National Political Conventions During the 2008 presidential campaigns, environmental issues were top concerns for both voters and candidates. To put those words into … | MORE »

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Media UNTraining:  Avoiding ‘Overprocessed’ Media Images  

Remember the days of the formally dressed, carefully contrived talking head that looked into the camera and sternly parroted the company line?  Good, now forget it because that spokesperson is a dinosaur, and training today’s … | MORE »

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What do the Media Want From a Business Interview?

One of the biggest mistakes that business people make in any interview is that they assume they are speaking to a business audience.  In reality, even when you get booked on CNBC, or interviewed for … | MORE »

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The Art of Preparation

You’ve all probably heard one of the following statement s from a CEO or executive who’s getting ready to face the media: “I don’t need to spend time preparing for an interview. I do my … | MORE »

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Interview Training for CEOs: How to Make it Worth Their Time

How a CEO handles media attention is becoming key to the success of an organization. | MORE »

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Media Cents:  Using the Media to Attract Customers

What you’re doing is as important as what you’re saying to the media. | MORE »

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