Archive: June 2017

Trump’s ‘Morning Joe’ Tweets: Apotheosis of a Communications Strategy

June 30th, 2017 by

President Trump’s June 29 tweets about “Morning Joe” hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have generated plenty of outrage in the professional media, on social channels and in home kitchens across the land. In his tweets, the president, fed up with the MSNBC morning news show’s critical coverage of his administration, went easy on Scarborough… Continued

White House Is Shaping Public Perceptions of PR, Practitioners Say—and That’s Not Good

June 20th, 2017 by

Has anything been repeated more in conversations and articles about the new administration in Washington, D.C., than the president’s mode of communications, Twitter? Maybe #fakenews, but that’s also a communications issue, right? And for a while, earlier in the administration, it seemed the most-talked-about White House official besides the president was Sean Spicer, the chief communicator. Speaking… Continued

Next Time You’re at an Industry Event, Apply These 5 Simple Rules

June 12th, 2017 by

In the course of your career, you’ll have attended dozens if not hundreds of industry events where – if you’re like most human attendees – you’ve exchanged business cards as if by rote, refilled your coffee cup endless times and listened to experts tell you something new as you take notes, tweet and daydream about… Continued

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Voice-Activated Communications Takes Next Step With Apple’s HomePod

June 6th, 2017 by

Usually Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WDC) is a no-brainer, page 1 story. That it’s been relegated to the business section in some sites and newspapers this week is a reflection of the severity of global news from Europe and the Middle East crowding it off the front page. Still, the news coming out of WDC is… Continued