Your organization’s spokesperson can be a key asset in the success of your communications plan, but only if you provide them with the information they need to do their job.
What if we transformed the press release into such a useful tool that journalists were clamoring for more time with them? It’s up to dynamic PR leaders to make it happen.
For PR execs—regardless of whether they work in public affairs—speechwriting and/or ghostwriting is an increasingly critical aspect of communications.
As Election Day 2014 kicks into high gear, PR pros should pay close attention to how the candidates present themselves as the results are tallied.
While many companies have finally put PowerPoint to pasture, a lot of brands and organizations still rely on the program when presenting information and trying to get their messages out. Big mistake.
So much of the communications practice is dedicated to understanding, deploying and mastering digital communications tools. But it turns out that traditional principles still pack a significant PR punch.