Media Relations

Correct Press Credentialing: It’s All About the Details 

August 15th, 2012 by

KOM Sports president Steve Brunner provides five credentialing tips.

Media Watch: Journalists Demand More Visuals

August 13th, 2012 by

While more than half of journalists surveyed by PressFeed say images are important in pitches, just 4% of PR pros think visuals are important to reporters.

Media Watch: Journalists Demand More Visuals

August 13th, 2012 by

While more than half of journalists surveyed by PressFeed say images are important in pitches, just 4% of PR pros think visuals are important to reporters.

Case Study: Rocky Mountain High: PR Puts the Pedal to the Pavement In Executing a Multi-Stage, 500-Mile Pro Cycling Race

August 13th, 2012 by

After a 25-year absence, professional cycling returned to Colorado, backed by a fully integrated event campaign featuring media relations, social media and a popular digital app.

What PR Pros Can Learn From Kristen Stewart’s ‘Momentary Indiscretion’

July 31st, 2012 by

Cygnus Business Media’s Kathy Scott has no advice to help mend Robert Pattinson’s broken heart, but she does have some tips for PR pros who need to mend a brand’s breach of trust.

What PR Pros Can Learn From Kristen Stewart’s ‘Momentary Indiscretion’

July 31st, 2012 by

Cygnus Business Media’s Kathy Scott has no advice to help mend Robert Pattinson’s broken heart, but she does have some tips for PR pros who need to mend a brand’s breach of trust.

Measuring Visibility, Engagement & Influence: Generate Metrics That Matter

July 30th, 2012 by

The ability to provide meaningful metrics on these three important PR components might just punch your ticket to the C-suite.

Measuring Visibility, Engagement & Influence: Generate Metrics That Matter

July 30th, 2012 by

The ability to provide meaningful metrics on these three important PR components might just punch your ticket to the C-suite.

First Tactic to Use With a Hostile Audience: Acknowledge the Boos

July 23rd, 2012 by

Mitt Romney’s July 2012 speech at a NAACP convention begs the question: Can improvisational retorts be taught to leaders and spokespeople? The experts say yes, with training.

First Tactic to Use With a Hostile Audience: Acknowledge the Boos

July 23rd, 2012 by

Mitt Romney’s July 2012 speech at a NAACP convention begs the question: Can improvisational retorts be taught to leaders and spokespeople? The experts say yes, with training.