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Understanding Misogynoir and its Impact on Public Relations

July 23rd, 2024 by

Without an understanding of misogynoir, communications leaders aren’t equipped to navigate and address the unique challenges and biases Black women experience with increased visibility in media and public scrutiny and perception.

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Biden Breaks His Own News, Bypasses Mainstream Media

July 23rd, 2024 by

Social media posts on Biden’s accounts instead of news alerts circulated the information first—something that is common to the world of sports and entertainment, but not as regular when it comes to political news.

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PR Roundup: Sticker Mule Crisis, Disinformation Spreads Quickly, Trades Stay Steady

July 18th, 2024 by

This week’s PR Roundup examines the crisis over at Sticker Mule, a new report on disinformation following the assassination attempt and the endurance of trade publications.

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PR Roundup: Economist’s Ableist Cover, 7-Eleven Day, Edelman’s Report on Business and Racial Justice

July 11th, 2024 by

This week’s PR Roundup features a look at The Economist’s poor choice for a publication cover, 7-Eleven Day and its heartwarming partnership and Edelman’s newest Trust Barometer report on business and racial justice.

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The Media Relations Long Game

July 10th, 2024 by

How can brands utilize a long game of media relations to engage potential customers and journalists when a final product launch is months (if not years) away?

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AP Style Update: Summer Olympics

July 10th, 2024 by

For this AP Style installment, we explore terms and topics for use during the upcoming Summer Olympics.

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Break Through the LinkedIn Noise by Avoiding Four Mistakes

July 8th, 2024 by

Standing out on LinkedIn is possible, especially by avoiding these four mistakes.

Setting and Owning the Narrative: 3 Considerations for PR Practitioners

July 2nd, 2024 by

Setting and owning the narrative has never been more important, our author writes. The opportunity for practitioners is to utilize their understanding of narrative and apply it in a rapidly changing environment to support a new generation of branding. Here are three ways to accomplish this.

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PR Roundup: Trump Spokesperson Cut Off on CNN, Microsoft’s AI Social Campaign and IPR’s Election Disinformation Report

June 27th, 2024 by

This week’s PR Roundup looks at a presidential campaign spokesperson going rogue during a CNN interview, Microsoft using AI and social media to reach restaurant owners and the Institute for Public Relations’ newest report on combatting election disinformation.

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How to Avoid Charges of Rainbow Washing During Pride Month

June 18th, 2024 by

Pride month is an important opportunity to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, and there’s no shortage of brands and businesses keen to get in on the act. However, as the awareness month has grown, it’s also sparked a trend of “rainbow washing.”