As the NBA tries to move past the embarrassing episode of ex-Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the majority owner of the Atlanta Hawks, Bruce Levenson, announced Sunday that he is selling his stake in the team after the league became aware of racist comments he made via email.
Nobody wants to work with someone who is always too busy for a quick informal chat or who appears to have little interest in helping out with any aspect of the business that doesn’t make his/her job easier.
The life and career of Joan Rivers offers a number of lessons for people working in PR.
Perhaps as a result of the concurrent changes in personal technology habits and decline of traditional news organizations, it’s become harder to perceive where marketing ends and PR begins.
This week, Malaysia Airlines brought on one of the most baffling bad PR stories in recent memory when it launched the “My Ultimate Bucket List Campaign.”
There are certain qualities that should stand out among candidates when assembling a crisis communications team.
More media channels means more opportunity to reach new audiences and spread your message. It also means more opportunity to mangle the message and, in the rush to beat the competition, water down what you were trying to say in the first place.
The Internet lost its collective mind this weekend, when a massive cache of celebrity nude photos was leaked.
The NFL’s new policy calling for stiff sanctions against players who commit domestic violence marks a big change for the league and for commissioner Roger Goodell.