Our author explores some of the key challenges in building AI brands, including navigating hype cycles, job-displacement fears and diving deep into the real scope of this technology.
Media exposure requires reaching at least four target audiences to even begin creating worthwhile engagement. Our author explores who to target and how.
This week’s PR Roundup follows up on Aaron Rodgers’s dust up with Jimmy Kimmel, how the New England Patriots handled Bill Belichick’s departure, and reveals the results of a survey on 2024 budget priorities for PR professionals.
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.
Nine key takeaways for PR pros from our Media Relations Virtual Summit.
PRNEWS spoke with two CMOs about the convergence of PR and marketing, how their earlier roles in communications benefitted their careers and what PR pros with C-suite aspirations should be focusing on.
This week PR Roundup looks at Thanksgiving content trends, a new AI and PR report from the University of Southern California, and how The Washington Post’s delivered a grisly story on gun violence without holding anything back.
In this week’s PR Roundup, we look at the public response to Gannett hiring a male reporter to cover Taylor Swift, and how The Trevor Project made the decision to leave X by listening to its audience.