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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Recognizing and Handling Different Reporter Styles

Every so often, I stumble across an article attempting to psychoanalyze reporter’s styles. Some writers talk about machine gunners—reporters who fire one question after another after another. Others believe reporters follow specific patterns. Just last … | MORE »

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More Than Half of Shoppers Consider Sustainability

According to a new study released by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and Deloitte, fifty-four percent of shoppers demonstrated that they actively consider environmental sustainability characteristics in their buying decisions. But while shoppers are often … | MORE »

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The Click Factor: New Media Landscape Gives Spokespeople More Control Over Messaging

When was the last time you read an article online without at least one URL to click on for more information about the topic? For that matter, doesn’t almost every TV or radio news program … | MORE »

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New Media Landscape Gives Spokespeople More Control Over Messaging

When was the last time you read an article online without at least one URL to click on for more information about the topic? For that matter, doesn’t almost every TV or radio news program … | MORE »

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Trust in Media a Mixed Bag

Good news for Internet content producers: A recent TNS study reveals that people trust information they get from online news sources roughly to the same degree as information from friends. Among the findings: •    42% … | MORE »

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Green Products Reign in a Poor Economy

In this turbulent economic climate, environmentally friendly products may have the best prospects for success. The 2009 Cone Consumer Environmental Study indicates that despite the recession, only 8% of Americans consider themselves any less likely … | MORE »

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Front and Center in a Journalist’s Rolodex

“I’m working on a story and I’m wondering if you can help with an interview source…” Isn’t that the kind of call every public relations pro wants to receive from a high-profile writer at The … | MORE »

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A PR Firm Turns a Gaming Event into a Worldwide Sensation

Widely referred to as the "Woodstock of gaming," QuakeCon is the largest local-area-network video game fan appreciation event in North America. Working with PR firm Rogers & Cowan, QuakeCon wanted to take the event global … | MORE »

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Turning the Corner: How Employers are Helping Staff  Green Their Daily Commute

Employers continue to seek new and innovative ways to help their employees be happier and more productive. Of universal concern in large metropolitan centres throughout North America today are the economic, environmental, and social impacts … | MORE »

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Case Study: Business Without Borders: PwC Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary With a PR Program of Global Proportions

Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Timeframe: 2008-ongoing As the company’s 10th anniversary drew near, PricewaterhouseCoopers (which was formed in 1998 after a merger between Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand) executives decided that giving back to global communities … | MORE »

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