President Obama isn’t the first politician to invoke his children in political discourse—but when is it appropriate?
Allegations of the hacking of a murdered girl’s phone have led to a staunch defense of a News International executive instead of a focus on phone hacking victims and their families.
Early Monday morning, Twitter posts on @foxnewspolitics reported that President Obama was assassinated. As the political fervor builds, what’s to keep more malicious hacks from occurring?
A new study shows that direct involvement with a cause can change an individual’s behavior, strengthening communicators’ position that corporate responsibility programs can have a positive impact on employees, customers and the bottom line.
Mark Zuckerberg shoves Google aside on his way back to the top of the tech news cycle.
WCG’s Tim Marklein discusses going beyond the number of likes and understanding how fan engagement can boost advocacy for your brand.
Martin Jones of March Communications explains why a considered approach to content creation is more valuable than ever amid an expanding echo chamber.
Google has once again entered the social space, this time with its Google+ project, forcing public relations professionals to reevaluate their digital strategies and consider jumping on the service once available.
Michele Bachmann’s "John Wayne" utterance in her presidential declaration speech was a prime example of too much dependence on Google and other search engines for facts.
Despite seemingly being well-connected digitally 24/7, teens are not completely abandoning TV, newspapers and the radio for new media.