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PR ethics and journalism ethics in the face of media business meltdown

Stuart Bruce

Since columnist Peter Oborne sensationally resigned from The Telegraph with a devastating public critique of what he believed to be its declining ethical and editorial standards I’ve read very little about the role and implications for PR, corporate communications and business.

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Future of PR: 2020 edition

Stephen Waddington

Tackling fake news and disinformation: an ethical issue that strikes at the heart of practice 6. Vuelio named this blog the best PR and communications blog in 2019. Gender diversity in PR is an issue as old as the industry itself Gender issues in the PR industry are well documented.

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In-Housing Trend: What PR Agencies and Marketing Firms can Learn from Law Firms

Sword and the Script

In other words, corporate communications is adding headcount and work that used to go to outside PR firms is being kept inside. You have to keep in mind, big corporations can have hundreds of law firms on what they call a “panel.”

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Starting a global conversation on global public relations standards

PR Conversations

ethics and law. crisis communication. communication models and theories. strategic management of communication. Professor Anne Gregory is Professor of Corporate Communications, Strategy, Marketing and Economics at the University of Huddersfield, England.

7 Lessons That Ryan Lochte’s Olympic Crisis Can Teach PR Pros

MaccaPR

But oh, lordy – we as communications and marketing professionals can receive a master class in what NOT to do during a crisis from Lochte’s self-immolation at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The lesson for communicators? “If

Event Marketing Is Back, Baby: Two Experiential Experts Examine The ‘Fearless Girl’ Campaign

MaccaPR

We invite people to use their own cameras to document what they’re doing and how it connects with our client’s brand, which they then post and share with thousands of friends.”. AdWeek for its success in transforming “a financial brand into a paragon of corporate feminism.”. In this era of forced transparency, it will be more difficult than ever for corporations to, say, launch a “green” eco-advertising campaign while being fined by the EPA for dumping hazardous waste.

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