The story that Rodriguez and other athletes received illegal substances from a Miami clinic also brings to the forefront the importance of vetting celebrity/athlete spokespersons.
Crisis PR firm Sitrick and Co. targeted bloggers to correct or remove their posts about Papa John’s CEO, a classic PR tactic applied to a new form of media.
Taking the circus-like atmosphere out of the huddle for a second, the event offers a few lessons for PR pros on how to run a successful press conference.
Kelly Caffarelli, president of The Home Depot Foundation, fully leverages the company’s home repair DNA to help nonprofits build and refurbish homes for people in need.
Advertisers University of Phoenix and Hyundai will be running videos via an ABC app, underscoring the need to fully explore this digital medium.
PR News polled its online community and found that most PR pros will wait one to three days before calling a journalist after emailing him or her a pitch.
Twitter acquired a six-second video editing sharing service, which means video integration has entered the Twittersphere.
Years of research has led the communications agency to make a big investment in Africa.
Los Angeles International Airport’s $4 million spend on PR contract has drawn the ire of city officials. This begs the question: Does PR need some PR of it’s own?
The latest Edelman trust study finds that fewer than one in five people believe a business or governmental leader is telling the truth.