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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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Apple and Google mum amid outrage over Saudi wife-tracking app

PR Daily

Your reputation is tied to your product line. Your company might be known for great customer service and high-end technology, but if you are peddling software that crosses a moral or ethical line for your consumers, expect backlash. Crisis Communications Apple Google

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Why legal trouble is just the tip of the iceberg

PR Daily

Balancing the two can be the difference between a reputational crisis and a smooth outcome. Eventually, they are all resolved, but, as they’re being litigated, they present a special reputational challenge for businesses and executives. Call for crisis help quickly.

Is Your Agency Failing You? Here’s 5 Warning Signs That They Are

PR Matters

It’s important to be aware of the tell-tale warning signs of an agency’s incompetency, before it is too late to avoid damage to your company’s reputation. They kiss your arse instead of telling you like it is about reputation management issues.

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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

Maximising resilience of health and well-being assets in crisis situations

PR Conversations

The following is the result of our subsequent shared musings concerning the impact of crisis situations on the health and well-being of public relations practitioners. Trouble is, if you haven’t experienced a crisis you have no idea how exhausting it is when you start your plan.