An exclusive PR News chart shows that the tone of media coverage of corporate attributes has been more positive of late, with the exception of CSR.
Case Study: When in Gnome: Integrated Campaign Follows Travelocity Figurehead on a Cross-Country AdventureAugust 23rd, 2010 by PR News
Travelocity fights the recession travel blues with a clever campaign that pits travel destinations against one another.
Case Study: PR in Iraq: Army Corps of Engineers Builds Schools, Goodwill—and Gets ‘Scooped’ by the EnemyAugust 16th, 2010 by PR News
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tailored outreach to the Iraqi people about its mission with the aim to educate the community and protect its staff with the help of public affairs specialists.
Flight attendant Steven Slater’s angry, dramatic exit from a JetBlue aircraft has resonated with critics of airlines, airline employees and pretty much all working people. In this PR News poll we see how it resonates with PR practitioners.
Did APCO Worldwide give HP the right advice in the forced resignation of its chief, Mark Hurd? Members of PR News’ Advisory Board weigh in on the crisis.
PR News tracks the media relations efforts that moved the Tim Tebow/Jockey International sponsorship deal story from beginning to end.
Case Study: PR Drives Top-Tier Media Coverage and High Public Awareness of Ford’s Theatre RenovationAugust 9th, 2010 by PR News
The renovation of Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., offered theater management a unique opportunity to reposition the historic landmark as something more than just the place where Abraham Lincoln got shot.
The single most common mistake that PR practioners make in media relations efforts is failing to research the audience of the media outlet they are trying to pitch.
Media training guru Andy Gilman reveals how he would prepare Mad Men’s Draper for his next interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Case Study: FEMA’s Flood Insurance Program Awareness Campaign Keeps Agents Connected and Customers CoveredJuly 26th, 2010 by PR News
To counter the public’s belief that flood insurance was largely unneccessary, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Ogilvy PR created the FloodSmart campaign, designed to communicate flood risk and insurance options.