Preparation for negative media coverage always is important. For tentpole events like the Super Bowl and the Olympics, it’s table stakes. Here are tips for preparing companies.
Can technology alleviate errant pitches, a top complaint of media members? Probably not immediately. There is hope for the future, though. In addition, there are work-arounds available now.
In the wake of Buckingham Palace’s ‘no comment’ on Prince Harry’s “60 Minutes” interview, we asked: Should you see content before commenting on it? A small majority said yes, it’s fair to ask to review material before commenting.
With fewer reporters covering more beats, PR should consider offering background briefings on complex topics, panelists said during a PRNEWS event. But be authentic; don’t disguise a pitch as a background briefing.
We ask industry experts to discuss emerging media, influencer strategy and the role that influencers play in a 360-degree media approach.
Today’s news landscape lets consumers choose their news. As such, media relations pros must adapt and provide content that’s useful for journalists and their audiences. Here are 3 tactics that work.
With a bank on nearly every corner of NYC, how can yet another bank break through and garner earned media? We asked Citizens’ new CCO. In addition, we asked about communicating during a recession.
The end of the calendar is a good time for making predictions and wishes. As we do each year, we asked PR pros for predictions. In addition, we asked them what their PR-related wishes for 2023 are. Here’s what they said.
We saw good sportsmanship during the World Cup. Yet being a good sport transcends the athletic field. Sportsmanship’s lessons work in PR and even in zero gravity, aboard the International Space Station.