What should former Congressman Anthony Weiner do for his political comeback, now that he has done The New York Times Magazine?
Authority and influence continues to move away from business and government and toward experts and peers.
While government agencies may not be known as early adopters in the social media space, their jumping on Vine signifies the growing importance—and expectation—for organizations to provide behind-the-scenes looks and video content with audiences.
Thatcher’s strong stances and willingness to incur slings and arrows at the expense of preserving her integrity can provide some guidance for brands.
On Saturday, a 69-yard football run by 7-year-old Jack Hoffman stole the PR spotlight away from college hoops—in a very good way.
Word has it that Facebook is looking to add a Twitter icon to it’s own pages: the hashtag. When asked about the move, PR News readers seemed #unimpressed.
Whereas video may have once required staggering production costs, they can now be completed with a cheap hand-held camera and edited on basic software.
Communicators will need to be more vigilant than ever so that the casual ethos of social media doesn’t lead to a failure to comply with financial-disclosure laws.