PR News brought together more than a dozen millennial communicators from PR agencies, corporations and nonprofits to gather insights into how this rapidly ascending generation views the PR profession, and their own future within it.
In the ever-changing world of technology and social media, terms and tools are constantly being adopted and used as if they are long-established parts of the lexicon. It can sometimes be difficult to take a step back and ask, “What does that mean?” without feeling sheepish.
Tumblr’s users in the U.S. have grown from 17.1 to 19.1 million this year compared to 2014, attracted, no doubt, by the blogging platform’s visual spectacle and potential to amuse those with a low tolerance for long-form content.
Facebook’s Instant Articles has the potential to change the way people absorb news and content, and how PR communicators do their jobs.
Patricia Garofalo, global communications leader, Water & Process Technologies, GE Power & Water, shares three helpful questions to ask yourself when looking to create great videos for your brand.
“Modern Family” star Sophia Vergara will be the subject of a six-episode short-form show, “Vergaraland,” which will be available exclusively on Snapchat’s Discover platform. For brand communicators wondering about Snapchat’s future, look no further.
Facebook, move over. Well, not exactly, but the social networking giant certainly has more competition these days for both mind share and all-important eyeballs.
If you’re like most PR pros, one of your concerns is feeding the content maw virtually 24/7. Perhaps a new report can sharpen your targeting plan. A generational study shows most people consume online content between 8 p.m. and midnight.