Top communications executives imparted advice on how to best deal with the evolving media landscape at the PR News Media Relations Forum.
In advance of PR News’ June 17 Media Relations Forum in Washington, D.C., we asked the PR community one question: “How would you define a good relationship with the media?” See the winning response.
Quick Study: Public Trusts Media in Spill; Companies Socially Wary; Online Stakeholders Important; 50+ Set on Facebook
â–¶ Public Trusts Media in BP Leak: According a recent survey findings by Pew Research Center, the public expresses far more trust in the news media for information about the Gulf oil leak than it …
A Verizon -sponsored study surveyed senior executives worldwide on their views of how an emerging group of nontraditional stakeholders is impacting corporate reputation. 33% say that online communities will be their most important category of “non-traditional stakeholder” in five years.
Most organizations have some sort of area on their Web sites dedicated to news. Unfortunately, many organizations are not leveraging this online news area as a way to increase awareness of their products and services within their industry.
As the media landscape continues to fracture, with traditional outlets shrinking and new digital-based platforms emerging, PR executives are challenged to adjust media strategies and resources to gain maximum media coverage.
There may come a time in your PR career when you are commissioned to provide public relations services for a client, organization or business where there is little to no budget available to support its needs. Social media and online tools can help you fill the gap.
PR agency exec and PR News Media Relations Forum panelist Karen Hinton has done battle with Chrevron over its enviromental practices, and doesn’t mince words when it comes to BP.
This excerpt from PR News’ Guide to Best Practices in Nonprofit Communications offers tips to help you counter the massive drop in donations to nonprofits.
According to the findings of an Adweek Media/Harris Poll by Harris Interactive, almost three-quarters (74%) of Americans say when a celebrity endorser gets involved in a scandal, it doesn’t impact the way they feel about the brand or brands they endorse.