Media Relations

Advances in Crisis Communications Tied to Social and Natural Upheavals 

October 18th, 2011 by

At the PRSA Conference, John Deveney of Deveney Communication discussed trends and advancements in crisis response and suggested that communicators keep an eye on the Occupy Wall Street movement.

CaseStudy: Mobile Optimization and Content Packaging Elevate Raytheon’s Digital Presence at the Paris Air Show

October 17th, 2011 by

Looking to differentiate its aerospace offerings from competitors at the Paris Air Show, Raytheon’s communicators turned to brand journalism and technical innovation.

CaseStudy: Mobile Optimization and Content Packaging Elevate Raytheon’s Digital Presence at the Paris Air Show

October 17th, 2011 by

Looking to differentiate its aerospace offerings from competitors at the Paris Air Show, Raytheon’s communicators turned to brand journalism and technical innovation.

Three Lessons in Building Your Local Reputation

October 14th, 2011 by

Locally targeted media relations requires different strategies and tactics than national efforts. Drake University’s David Remund provides three lessons to maximize your local-based PR campaigns.

How to Practice Media Basics—But With a Twist

October 10th, 2011 by

When dealing with the media, don’t forget the tried-and-true tactics that have stood the test of media relations time—but be aware of the 24/7 nature of journalists’ lives.

Tip Sheet: How to Tend to Your CEO’s Achilles’ Heel(s)

October 10th, 2011 by

CommCore’s Andrew Gilman breaks down CEOs into personality types and lists the communications hazards associated with each type. Do you recognize your CEO in this list?

Tip Sheet: How to Tend to Your CEO’s Achilles’ Heel(s)

October 10th, 2011 by

CommCore’s Andrew Gilman breaks down CEOs into personality types and lists the communications hazards associated with each type. Do you recognize your CEO in this list?

Spectacular Flameouts: In PR, Failure Is Not an Option, It’s a Given

October 10th, 2011 by

PR News often chronicles PR successes, but often just as much can be learned through failures. Veteran PR pros weigh in on their biggest gaffes and discuss lessons learned from them.

Spectacular Flameouts: In PR, Failure Is Not an Option, It’s a Given

October 10th, 2011 by

PR News often chronicles PR successes, but often just as much can be learned through failures. Veteran PR pros weigh in on their biggest gaffes and discuss lessons learned from them.

When Pitching Deal Bloggers, Don’t Be Frugal With Information

October 10th, 2011 by

Leah Ingram, founder of the Suddenly Frugal Blog, provides do’s and don’ts for pitching to deal bloggers and discusses which brand deals are blog-able.