tag archive: public relations.

Want to reach a lot of people in a short amount of time? A press conference may be the answer. Here are a few things you should consider when planning your next news conference. Consider the Day and Time: Be sure you are giving the[...]

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While Hurricane Irma had its sights set on Florida days before a potential landfall, news agencies were in overdrive.  They were pursuing any angle they could find to fill a 24/7 news hole.   While most of the coverage focused on storm tracks, preparation tips and[...]

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Fake news may be fake, but it certainly isn’t new. In fact, we’d argue that the idea that fake news is a new concept is fake news in and of itself. Boom! Though the concept – we’d previously refer to it as propaganda or a[...]

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PR is on the up and up! According to a new report from the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) and the USC Center for Public Relations at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism this week, 75% of marketers surveyed plan to ramp up their[...]

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On Late Show Monday night, Stephen Colbert sounded off on POTUS. If you missed it, his monologue began as they normally do, this one focusing on Trump’s First 100 Days. Colbert showed clips of the President’s interview with Colbert’s CBS colleague, John Dickerson, wherein the President –[...]

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Earlier this week, Ivanka Trump appeared on a panel entitled “Inspiring Women: Scaling Up Women’s Entrepreneurship” at the Women20 Summit in Berlin, Germany. The moderator, a German journalist and editor of a prestigious business magazine, asked Trump point blank to justify her mere presence on[...]

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By: Hayley Brooks As we officially enter spring, undergraduate hopefuls are gearing up to score the most killer summer internship possible. Unsure where to start? BoardroomPR breaks down all things internships: where to find ‘em, how to get ‘em, and the best way to maximize[...]

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