PRNEWS spoke with Brady: United Against Gun Violence, to discuss its latest partnership with the AdCouncil—a campaign called End Family Fire. The discussion focused on the power of communications and the PSAs connected to them.
With now-annual events like Giving Tuesday encouraging new donors, it may seem like seasonal asks have grown into a flood of digital email outreach, direct mail avalanches and a cacophony of those little red bells. For most communicators, standing out from the pack remains a top goal.
[VIDEO] Jay Winuk, Founder of Winuk Communications, Inc. and Co-founder of 9/11 Day, Discusses the 20-year RemembranceSeptember 8th, 2021 by Nicole Schuman
PRNEWS Live welcomed Jay Winuk, founder of Winuk Communications, Inc. and co-founder of 9/11 Day, a nonprofit that organizes and promotes the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance.
New findings from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) indicate that among those resistant to get a vaccine six months ago, one in five previously vaccine-averse individuals now say that have received a vaccine, in part due to family pressure. KFF’s latest report follows up with 878 respondents, including those who said they would not be getting the vaccine in January.
Want more evidence that the actions of one person can change the world? We offer the story of the late Marilyn Laurie, a stay-at-home mom who later became a titan of the PR world as a top communicator at AT&T. Not coincidentally, she also played a major role in organizing the first Earth Day celebrations in NYC, in 1970. Her former colleague at AT&T, Dick Martin, tells us how Laurie helped communicate about the initial Earth Day.