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Despite a still-recovering economy and tight budgets, PR campaigns have never been more innovative than in 2010. While we honor the best PR efforts, we also pay tribute to the people behind the work with our PR People Awards. The finalists ...
A group of some 3,000 PR practitioners descended on the Washington Hilton in D.C. this Sunday for the start of PRSA's 2010 International Conference. On Monday, Oct. 18, the presentations ran the gamut, from social media, measurement and media relations to the ...

PR Movers

January 23rd, 2006 by
PR News announces the addition of three highly-regarded industry leaders to its Advisory Board: Chris Hammond, vice president for communications and business development at Wells Fargo; Brenda C. Siler, national director of communications and marketing for the United Negro College ...
Winner: Weber Shandwick – 2010 Census Issues Management Program Ensures a Complete Count The U.S. Census Bureau had one goal as it geared up for its nationwide polling in 2010: achieve a high return rate on its forms. However, negative reaction to ...
Winner: Lambert, Edwards & Associates Founded 12 years ago as a public relations and investor relations agency, Lambert, Edwards & Associates has morphed into a full-service PR firm that knows the technical aspects of investor relations inside and out. The integrated approach has ...
For Allen Weiner, when it comes to worthwhile communications with the PR community, analyst newsletters just don't do the trick. "I'm into speed and accurate information with good contacts and follow-up that's sent to me personally," says Weiner, research VP ...
In the first part of this article, I commented on the role of key thinkers and their ideas which shaped the public communications profession for the past century. Now for those of you who fight the good fight every day, ...
Robert Dudley has a once-in-a-career chance to be a hero.   As the new CEO of BP, Dudley must take the reins of what to date has been not only an ecological and economic disaster, but a near-complete collapse in reputation, ...