Is This the Future of Newspaper Video?

Ishmael's Corner

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. Journalism — particularly newspapers — has been trying to shift to video for years, often sputtering like a ’57 Chevy with a bad carburetor. The post Is This the Future of Newspaper Video? appeared first on Ishmael's Corner ~ Storytelling Techniques For Business Communications.

The Joy a Newspaper Brings

Waxing UnLyrical

When my husband went out a short while ago to get the newspaper (yes, we still get one newspaper delivered), he also brought in a box that had apparently been waiting for me on our doorstep since last evening. The newspapers themselves took rather a circuitous route to get to me.

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As newspaper criticism fades, YouTube video essay flourish

PR Daily

This is similar to a critic’s review in a newspaper or magazine column. He’s raised $2,400 per video on Patreon , which—given that he produces about one video per week—means he’s pulling in more than most newspaper film critics, too.

Newspaper SOS: Why print publications are in desperate need of PR

PR Daily

In my last newsroom, working for Ohio’s largest newspaper, I didn’t have my own desk. Imagine my surprise when I reported for work in public relations, having leaped from the unfolding train wreck that is newspaper journalism after 30 rewarding years.

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Can Newspapers Tip The Scales on Scalia?

Flatiron Communications

This follows on the heels of Michael Wolff’s depressing assessment of not just legacy print media In a piece titled “Print’s dead — but so is digital” (for USA Today !): “In the past six years the print newspaper business in the U.S.

3 key takeaways from COVID-19 crisis communications

PR Daily

The most unique aspect of crisis communication during COVID-19 is that it’s a shared experience. I’ve dealt with crises throughout my entire career, first as a reporter and then as a communications professional. After I shifted to communications, a crisis felt very insular and isolated.

Newspapers Getting Their Game On

Flatiron Communications

The post Newspapers Getting Their Game On appeared first on Flatiron Communications LLC. A few years back at SXSW, the ubiquity of QR codes earned that promising AR-like technology the conference crown, in spite of its obvious flaws.

Will Television Follow Newspapers’ Fate?

Flatiron Communications

One of the bigger questions that emerged from last week’s Business Insider Ignition conference revolved around whether traditional television will endure the same pain as the newspaper industry has. TV will soon feel newspapers’ pain.”

Technology Makes Us Lazy Communicators

Waxing UnLyrical

When Shonali reached out to me to ask if I’d write a guest post on technology in communication, I immediately jumped at the chance. Insert meme of men on a train looking at newspapers here.) Chances are if you’re reading this you are a professional communicator of some kind.

Top 10 innovations in human communication

PR Daily

Communication predates human speech, and our early ancestors found ways to land their message. Here, then, is a completely subjective—yet excruciatingly authoritative—list of the top 10 advances in human (or Cro-Magnon) communication, and how their relatives live on today: 10.

Public Relations and the Press: A Powerful Partnership

PRSay

On April 27, Bloomberg published an inaccurate, one-sided piece titled “Public Relations Jobs Boom as Buffet Sees Newspapers Dying.”. As the article noted, billionaire investor Warren Buffet sees the traditional newspaper slipping away. Thought Leadership Media Relations newspapers

Mirror mirror on the wall, is this not the death of newspapers after all?

PR in High Definition

The death of print media has been speculated for years now, but Trinity Mirror is taking a punt and unveiling a new Monday-to-Friday newspaper, The New Day, from 29 February. The post Mirror mirror on the wall, is this not the death of newspapers after all? appeared first on Firefly Communications. Blog News PR Industry news PR Points of view Traditional PR

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Inside the Mind of a Daily Newspaper Business Editor: Q&A With Thom Kupper of the Star Tribune

MaccaPR

If you’re a corporate communications or public relations executive in Minnesota, the status of our state’s largest newspaper – the Minneapolis-based Star Tribune , with more than 250 editors and reporters – is always of intense interest.

PR using owned media for modernised crisis communications rebuttal

Stuart Bruce

Amazon is the latest big company to use modernised crisis communications to rebut attacks in mainstream media. Historically, crisis communicators only had two levers to pull. The apology advert or produce recall advert in the national newspaper.

How to get your news in the local press

Action PR

PR and Communications local media local paper local PR local press news story newspaper prImagine you’ve got some great news to share with your local area. Maybe you’re opening a new gym, or you’ve completed an impressive refurbishment.

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In digital communications, the message still matters

PR Daily

Over the last 20 years, communications channels have shifted from daily newspapers and investigative leads to 24-hour cable news, blogs and endless streams of social media content. She’s worked in digital communications since the mid-1990s.

Fear, Change and the Future of Communications

Solo PR Pro

Sounding the death knell on a communication tactic is as old as mankind and will likely never change. Today, professional communicators receive an onslaught of messages on how to drive messaging. The evolution of communications is nothing new. The press release is dead!

How communicators can use Alexa’s ‘Flash Briefings’

PR Daily

As more users turn to their smart speakers for news updates and other content, communicators should try to join the conversation. As a communications professional, it’s time to seriously consider creating your own Alexa Skill, either for the company or for your client’s organizations.

Communications for Cockroaches and Unicorns

PR in High Definition

Clearly, every brand is unique, but we have seen a range of similarities and differences in how the two types of organisation do and should communicate. The post Communications for Cockroaches and Unicorns appeared first on Firefly Communications.

PR and Communications Resolutions for 2017

Media Bullseye

The PR and communications industries are going to continue to change and evolve at a rapid pace, particularly as new technologies change the ways in which we all live and work. PR and communications are just beginning to scratch the surface of what big data could mean for the industry.

Time Machine Takes Us Back to When The New York Times Launched a Website

Ishmael's Corner

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. The post Time Machine Takes Us Back to When The New York Times Launched a Website appeared first on Ishmael's Corner ~ Storytelling Techniques For Business Communications. Earlier this year, The New York Times celebrated the 20-year anniversary of its website.

How to Effectively Communicate Your Rebrand

Cision

The naming process itself requires a lot of heavy lifting, but so does the communication that must follow. The Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) recommends communicating the following in writing to all stakeholders: Timeline.

The Science Behind Why Wordplay Is an Effective Communications Tool

PRSay

During a lesson about puns, alliteration and wordplay in my Art of Storytelling Master Class , a communicator asked, “Don’t you risk confusing people?” Ann Wylie works with communicators who want to reach more readers and with organizations that want to get the word out.

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3 communicators who have capitalized on their own failures

PR Daily

Not every marketer, entrepreneur or communicator creates something meaningful on the first try—but failure can lead to great things. The film producer was once fired from his job as a newspaper editor for not having enough imagination.

The widening generation gap–and what it means for communicators

Communications Conversations

They read the newspaper. They rarely (if ever) watch the news or read a newspaper. And, that can be a challenge for communicators. Primarily because Boomers and Xers control most communications budgets. Two generations. Living very different lives.

4 Areas of Communication You Need to Integrate

Cision

Cision’s Heidi Sullivan discussed the importance of integrating your communication efforts. Getting your brand’s name in a newspaper doesn’t cut it anymore. With the right measurement tool , you can report on the success of your communication and pinpoint what’s working and what’s not.

One Action That Will Make Anyone in the Communications Business Smarter

Ishmael's Corner

The same concept holds true for communications, although I’m not advocating that you read 500 pages every day. If you strive to be a student of media — and you should if your job touches communications — MediaGazer deserves a benchmark.

Voice-Activated Communications Takes Next Step With Apple’s HomePod

PR News

That it’s been relegated to the business section in some sites and newspapers this week is a reflection of the severity of global news from Europe and the Middle East crowding it off the front page. The post Voice-Activated Communications Takes Next Step With Apple’s HomePod appeared first on PR News Blog. Usually Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WDC) is a no-brainer, page 1 story.

Brand story management for museum communication teams

Prezly

What are the challenges of museum communication teams? During the past two months I did an internship in the press and communication department of the MAS museum in Antwerp. In this blog post I’ll investigate two challenges that communication teams in museums face.

Future of PR and social media for International Air Transport Association crisis communications conference

Stuart Bruce

Stuart Bruce speaking at the IATA Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age conference. (c) This morning I gave a keynote at the global ‘Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age’ conference in Istanbul.

5 tips for communications students and graduates

PR Daily

Communications requires a wide skill set. Communications offers many exciting opportunities for people who like building and fostering relationships with consumers, company reps and other audiences, but those tasks can seem daunting to newbies.

5 Ways the Communications Editor Role has Changed

Presspage

But we would be remiss in failing to mention the vital role of the communications editor. In the not-so-far-away past, the communications editor would proof, edit and approve press releases before they were submitted to the media -- catching errors, fixing typos and checking facts.

Twitter, Facebook key to communication after Paris shooting

PR Daily

Social media users got a chilling look Wednesday morning at a group of armed gunmen who attacked the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Les tireurs de #ChalieHebdo face à une voiture de police. Ils ont fait feu, les policiers ont répliqué puis reculé pic.twitter.com/Ld1sxkRLvW. Elise Barthet (@EliseBarthet) January 7, 2015.

PR Warfare: Social Media, Crisis Communications, and You

Social PR Chat

Merry Morud and Kevin Watterson from Aimclear talk crisis communications and community management in our digital world. Brands and Crisis Communications Plans: How Important Is It? Hello crisis communications. Mistakes You Do NOT Want to Make In Your Crisis Communication Plan.

Mobile marketing drives digital ad spending

PR Daily

As advertising on traditional channels like TV, radio and newspapers declines, many brand managers are turning to the internet for a new audience—specifically mobile phone users. Marketing Measurement Research Snapshot Storytelling Visual & Video Communications

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How offering historical context helps in a crisis

PR Daily

Your crisis communications should be able to lean on your past record. We counsel clients to complement empathetic, transparent and informative communications with tangible experiences and context to help audiences understand what the organization is made of—its character and values.

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Larry King's 9 lessons for becoming a master communicator

PR Daily

That is the kind of reach King has achieved in his 60-year communications career. King has also written for multiple newspapers and magazines, and he is a New York Times bestselling author. Here are nine lessons on mastering communication from King: 1.

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Earn More Media Coverage by Communicating Your Relevance

Beyond PR

Before making the move to PR, Sharp was a video journalist, with experience in TV, radio and newspaper reporting. Now, he’s the public relations coordinator at The Idaho Foodbank, where he manages media outreach and communication for the non-profit.

PR Warfare: Social Media, Crisis Communications, and You

Social PR Chat

Merry Morud and Kevin Watterson from Aimclear talk crisis communications and community management in our digital world. Brands and Crisis Communications Plans: How Important Is It? Hello crisis communications. Mistakes You Do NOT Want to Make In Your Crisis Communication Plan.

Securing national TV coverage for brands that aren’t household names

PR Daily

When your brand doesn’t have the name recognition of Apple or Uber, it can be tricky for communicators to prove that their lesser-known client or brand is qualified to be a guest on a national TV platform.

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