The Pittsburgh Steelers’ president reacted swiftly and effectively to a player’s incendiary tweets.
Apple’s failure to take a proactive approach to its recent data-tracking issue was a missed opportunity.
Case Study: Ditch the Spritz: PR Moves a Taboo Women’s Topic Into The Pop Culture Realm With Help From Whoopi
Light bladder leakage is an uncomfortable topic to be sure, but Marina Maher Comms and Kimberly-Clark put LBL out front in a successful positioning of the Poise brand.
Case Study: Levi’s Sustainability Initiative Proves That a Solid CSR Message Does Wash With the Public
In order to curb its environmental impact—one pair of jeans at a time—Levi Strauss and Edelman fashioned a strong consumer call to action driven by influencer identification and online conversation.
Quick Study: Millennials Prefer Change Through Individual Actions; Digital Staffing Flattens in Spring—Agencies Hiring Most
As the economy slowly picks up, major media coverage of the top 100 U.S. corporations (tracked Dec. 2010 – April 2011) is decidedly positive, particularly management-themed stories—despite their low share of voice. Could it be …
In this excerpt from the new PR News’ Top 100 Case Studies in PR, Vol. 5, the Earth Advantage Institute builds its green cred through extensive stakeholder research and laser-focused media outreach.
As we’ve seen recently, a serious crisis puts serious pressure on executive leadership. And, sadly, the same denial-based crisis response pattern repeats itself far too often.
For most PR pros, being prepared for crises is a major staple of the discipline. IR professionals, however, often don’t have an effective crisis management plan in place.
When a crisis strikes, an organization is confronted with a critical period in which it needs to respond quickly and appropriately. Todd Hansen of O’Malley Hansen Communications provides three vital steps to regain control during a crisis.