Ongoing media relations success depends not only on having something new to say, but, also, something that will get the media’s attention.
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CaseStudy: Hill+Knowlton Strategies Drives Ford Motor Company’s Massive CES Campaign for Auto Technology Dominance
A sweeping media relations campaign, including aggressive pitching of Ford’s leadership, helped steal the show in Las Vegas.
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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.
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.
More than a third of PR pros report directly to their CEOs. Here’s how to make this critical relationship work.