This week’s PR ups and downs follow Taylor Swift’s foray into football, Delta’s dash to appease loyalty customers and the WGA coming out on top when it comes to the recent strike and American interests.
If you’re at an organization that is trying to squeeze the communications purse strings, here are 5 things to remember when planning and budgeting for press releases.
Coyne PR’s Armando Triana and Courtney Moore-Adoteye joined PRNEWS Live to share how brands can ensure they consistently resonate on social in an ever-evolving landscape.
Communicators can learn from Jann Wenner’s fall from grace. Clearly, media interviews and high-profile public speaking opportunities can have real consequences for public image.
The need for ethical guidelines is more crucial than ever, no matter the profession.
Seasoned public relations professionals share firsthand insights on the invaluable impact of PR association membership. From networking to professional development, examine the essential role these associations play in shaping successful careers.
This week we take a look at lesson from the ongoing writers’ strike, a new COVID testing rollout and ESG broken promises.
Stephen Chavez, president of ChavezPR and PRSA Los Angeles, recently took the helm of nonprofit advocacy organization Latino Equality Alliance (LEA). PRNEWS spoke with him at the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month about coalition building, the Alliance’s biggest communications priorities and advice for communicators looking to reach the Hispanic market.
It used to be that the boundary between public relations and marketing seemed as wide as the Grand Canyon. Yet today it’s evident that artificial intelligence is not just blurring these lines—it’s erasing them. For those in the PR and marketing realms, AI offers a unique opportunity to dismantle old silos and forge stronger, integrated strategies.