With the return of sports comes real challenges. It’s not only the configuring of a shortened or limited season, but ensuring employee and player safety and well-being through a global pandemic. How should these entities communicate to stakeholders that restarting sports is a viable option?
As the PR News’ Top Women in PR awards luncheon approaches (Jan. 25, NYC), we look at why women continue to dominate PR in terms of numbers of jobs, yet are largely excluded from its leadership positions. We asked some of the women who will be honored next week about this and what can be done. They said the solutions should come from women and industry.
It’s critical to measure your communications efforts. Don’t stop there, however. With so much data available, it’s important to be certain you are measuring and reporting metrics that are relevant to your organization and the C-Suite, panelists said during PR News’ Healthcare Social Media Summit.
“Truth in Communications” is the theme for this year’s Communications Week, to be held Oct. 16-20 in New York City, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. In an age referred to as the post-truth era—when media outlets are under attack and “fake news” is a trending hashtag—the topics of transparency, integrity and ethics in communications increasingly need an airing out. And at this annual event, a collection of PR, communications and media pros will come together to dissect everything from media brand reputation to PR’s role in a world of spin.
Signs of change and tradition made for an eclectic pastiche as PRSA celebrated its 70th anniversary during the group’s International Conference in Boston, which began Sunday.
Kelly Swanson and her small but capable team of PR pros oversaw PR for the recent Mayweather-McGregor fight. We asked her to discuss some of the lessons she learned from that experience.
What’s it like to be in charge of PR for what’s looking to be the largest pay-per-view event in history and what can it teach you about PR? We ask Kelly Swanson, whose firm is in charge of PR for Saturday’s Mayweather-McGregor contest.
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