In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, PRNEWS reached out to industry professionals this year, asking what about PR they were thankful for. We received several dozen responses, each showing pride in the profession, from dedicated communicators.
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.
This week PR Roundup takes a look at major news outlet reporting mistakes regarding the Israel/Hamas conflict, X (formerly known as Twitter)’s free fall and Barbie’s commercial resurgence.
In honor of the upcoming National Preparedness Month in September, PRNEWS decided to take a look at crisis from a climate change point of view.
Aside from the mandatory use of shower slides—we wondered what other nuggets of wisdom the PR community took from their college days.
In order to regain student trust, colleges need to take steps to ensure that the admissions process is fair and transparent.
Organizations start coalitions for a variety of reasons. But how do you start building a team and determining which allies are right at a given time? Our author outlines how the three Cs can serve as guidelines to assemble and manage coalitions that have made years-long impact.
It’s hard to find time to get your full team together, so when you do, you want to make sure the time is spent productively in brainstorming sessions. Many researchers have focused on how the brain generates creative ideas. Their findings give us some simple strategies for enhanced creativity during your next brainstorm.
This week saw unexpected media pivots from a political public figure and a devastating end to a story many followed around the globe. Communicators continue to need to be prepared for anything.
The public has seen its share of oversharing go badly. This includes CEOs, managers, and even brand social media accounts going rogue—a PR professional's worst nightmare.