Because of the major media’s increasingly negative reporting about sports and athletes, our author writes, there is evidence that PR practitioners should throw out the old sports marketing publicity playbooks and provide fresh ideas for clients.
PR Roundup includes highlights from a new study on AI in PR, what communications pros can learn from the Epstein report release and navigating the complexities of a controversial broadcast guest’s comments—such as with NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers’s latest appearance on ESPN’s “Pat McAfee Show.”
As we approach the PR barrage of promotions for the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics, here are a few lessons from past and present major sporting events that apply to all PR accounts.
United Airlines’ Executive Vice President of Communications and Advertising, Josh Earnest, shares details about the brand’s integrated communications playbook.
This week’s Roundup looks at what to do when a cool and collected Patrick Mahomes throws a tantrum on national TV, 2024 predictions from the news industry and a gift guide for PR pros.
Last month, San Francisco’s leadership failed perhaps the most basic of PR tests: They tried to put lipstick on a pig and pretend it wasn’t a hog. Here are six PR lessons from the city’s failure to appeal to its core audience: its residents.
This week’s PR Roundup features how we can learn from the top TikToks of 2023, Muck Rack’s latest survey on the blurring lines of marketing and PR, and Mattel’s release of an Indigenous Barbie to mixed reviews.
In our ever-faster news cycle, hot-button topics dominate our media feeds, demanding our attention. The dilemma is knowing what to say and when—or whether silence is indeed golden.