An internal struggle can emerge, reminiscent of impostor syndrome—the worry that everyone else has it handled but you. Deadlines and extra channels go hand in hand. How can a communicator be expected to stay on deadline when they’re constantly translating company news across multiple channels and formats, seemingly without end?
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Earlier this week, The New York Times published a piece about the success of brand-produced podcasts. Author David Yaffe-Bellany focused on McDonald’s Gizmodo-produced “The Sauce,” a three-part “investigative” podcast that…
Earlier this week, The New York Times published a piece about the success of brand-produced podcasts. A look at why these branded podcasts are working provides many strong lessons for communicators about the merits of the medium. Let’s learn some ways to keep audiences listening.
Brands that constructively feed off each others ideas, perspectives, and resources can effectively expand both audience and reach through collaboration. Hence, successful brand partnerships can optimize brand loyalty through maximum exposure. While con…
There’s an adage in aviation that safety begins at the top. If so, how does the chief executive of Boeing still have a job? For months Dennis Muilenberg insisted that the 737 Max 8 aircraft was not to blame for a pair of crashes that killed hundreds of people? There are many questions here. Did the company put profits above safety? Did Muilenberg refuse to accept the possibility that Boeing was at fault? Where was Boeing’s board during the past few months? Or was it a cover-up?
For the better part of the century, women have been underrepresented in every corner of the market, plastered into the rigid roles of the cleaning moms, loyal wives, and unintelligent accessories to men. This inequality has been expressed through hyper-sexualized ads and subtler degradation in the mainstream media. So, how will PR respond to this change, heated by the fury of millions of women exhausted from being inaccurately characterized and appealed to?
While celebrity and fan support never hurts when fighting for a cause, the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team appearances inspired real media coverage. The publicity also sparked motion toward possible change in a lawsuit filed by the team against the U.S. Soccer Federation over gender discrimination. Moving the needle at a highly-publicized national level could also ignite change regarding pay for all industries, including the ever-present public relations gender wage gap.
The United States Women’s Soccer Team victory tour might just be the envy of all campaign managers. The successful embrace of the team’s fight for equal pay organically resounded throughout the crowds at each appearance without any necessity for proddi…
Facebook thinks that Libra will incentivize small businesses to transact more on the platform. In turn, this will create economic growth and allow Facebook to garner more ad revenue. Today, however, the federal government officially said “not so fast.” The U.S. House Committee on Financial Services published a letter addressed to Facebook that calls on the social network to halt its cryptocurrency plans.
“How many of you have ever felt stuck at some point in your career?” That was how Joanna Coles began her talk at PRSA’s conference earlier today. As someone with an impressive and long-running career at the helm of some of the biggest media properties in the world, Coles has a deep well of wisdom to draw upon for PR pros. Women and men have parts to play in closing the gender gap in PR, she said.