In the latest KFF COVID-19 Vaccine survey, results show that awareness regarding the updated boosters is only “relatively modest.” So how can communication help?
Mounting a get-out-the-vote campaign seems a non-partisan way of involving a company in the coming elections. Yet voting could become politicized during the coming election. And while data shows most consumers want companies to take stands, taking a position still is loaded with questions.
A pair of tools from PR firms use digital technology and AI as they remove emotion and guesswork, respectively, from issues PR pros face almost daily: responding to social and political questions and measuring DEI efforts.
PRNEWS welcomed Sonia Diaz, president, Hispanic PR Association (HPRA), to discuss how well the Hispanic community is represented in PR and media.
A key component of the Patagonia giveaway is that the brand can make climate a local and even more relatable issue, our author, a retail and climate veteran, argues.
In a single day we saw an impossibly high example of environmental-purpose PR and potentially some horrendous greenwashing.
Content is king. The early days of King Charles’ reign demonstrate he has the content–experience and technical expertise–of a savvy monarch. His scandal-prone family needs it.
Yale’s Climate Change Communication program says the country has 6 views of global warming. Our author presents 3 ways of engaging them.