It’s reasonable to say the public implications of Twitter’s appointment of Musk could become complicated, to say the least.
Ukraine and Russia are employing different communication tactics as they aim messages at disparate target audiences. The result, in part, is confusion.
A small upside of the pandemic is that appreciation for the importance of mental health has risen. Communicators can help ease an unintended consequence.
PR firms are exposed to legal action when they disseminate false claims on behalf of companies they represent. Here’s what you should know.
With all of us expecting to get COVID, prices rising and supply chain woes reaching grocery stores, is PR changing? Should it?
How should communicators respond when sensitive personnel issues leak? Incidents with Brian Williams and Sarah Palin offer insights.
PRNEWS welcomed Samantha Qualls, vice president, Marino PR. We discussed how PR is approaching cannabis messaging and education as legalization becomes more widespread.
And while this seems like a good idea in theory, questions will and have emerged regarding COVID rapid test coverage. Questions that front-line communicators will be responsible for answering.
With Information Changing Rapidly, Flexibility and Authenticity Remain Paramount for Healthcare CommunicationJanuary 4th, 2022 by Seth Arenstein
This interview with Jennifer Gallo, a newly minted EVP, client engagement and business development, Evoke KYNE, was conducted in late December as the country was beginning to deal with the Omicron variant. She prescribes flexibility for fellow communicators, as they struggle with return-to-work messages. In addition, she urges prompt messaging and transparency. She also shares tips about ‘translating’ complicated health and science information for non-scientists.