The proliferation of news websites is good for PR communicators, but you will have to be more creative and skillful than ever when pitching journalists.
In the interest of helping all media handlers and PR pros whose senior leader threatens, on camera, to murder a journalist, we offer these helpful tips.
These tactical media pitching tips will help see you through the anxiety of short deadlines and high media placement expectations
At its core, media training prepares a spokesperson for an interaction with a reporter for print, broadcast or Web interviews. In groups or one-on-ones, the session is usually conducted before a specific event such as a product launch, feature interview, industry conference or challenging story; it can also be part of a general skills development session for the individual.
The real work starts for communications professionals before the event, planning acceptance speeches and organizing press conferences.
Michael Bay’s meltdown at the Consumer Electronics Show underscores the challenges communicators face when producing PR programs and events, which are increasingly dependent on technology.
Thanks to the new video series, “Dean’s Download,” Avery Dennison employees hear from their CEO first-hand, and in near real time, about everything from customer visits and trade shows to the company’s most important business initiatives.
The true goal of all these humble reactions: to bask in the warm glow of positive sentiment. It’s the driving force of most actors and brand communications.
Communicators tend to forget the fundamentals of dealing with the media. Here are some key tips to remember.
Call it “Bridgegate” or “Bridgeghazi” or whatever you want, but it seems as though New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is fully immersed in a messy scandal.