How PR’s value transcends media relations

PR Daily

Getting earned media hits is of great value to all organizations, but PR pros can do so much more to safeguard reputations and drive a conversation about their brand or client. You have to be a shrewd media manager—and show your value to the bottom line.

Your media relations strategy deserves recognition

PR Daily

Enter your best pitch, media event strategy or campaign to PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards by the extended deadline on April 24. The post Your media relations strategy deserves recognition appeared first on PR Daily.

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Announcing PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards

PR Daily

Share your media relations strategy and the powerful stories you were able to tell. Enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards. The post Announcing PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards appeared first on PR Daily.

4 Media Relations Tips to Live By

Cision

Since the start of public relations, media placements have been the holy grail of PR success. However, with shrinking newsrooms and journalists being bombarded with pitches, how does a media relations campaign stand a chance in this new age?

3 reasons you should enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards

PR Daily

Now they’re Media Relations Awards winners. You’ve brought ideas to life, gone beyond the press release and gained media attention. By entering PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards , you can do all of that and more.

There’s still time to enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards

PR Daily

Categories include crisis management, thought leadership, cause marketing, media pitch and more. The post There’s still time to enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards appeared first on PR Daily.

This week is your last chance to enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards

PR Daily

The post This week is your last chance to enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards appeared first on PR Daily. Crisis Communications Media Relations PR PR Daily Awards media relations awards PR awardsShare your best pitches, events and campaigns.

Announcing PR Daily’s Media Relations Awards finalists

PR Daily

The work from PR Daily’s Media Relations Awards finalists checked all the boxes. Today, we’re excited to announce PR Daily’s Media Relations Awards finalists. Crisis or Reputation Management Campaign. Santa Fe Crisis, University of Texas Medical Branch.

Don’t miss the PR Daily 2019 Media Relations Awards deadline

PR Daily

Enter your best media pitches, campaigns and more. The post Don’t miss the PR Daily 2019 Media Relations Awards deadline appeared first on PR Daily. Crisis Communications Media Relations PR PR Daily Awards media relations awards PR awards

There’s still time to enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards

PR Daily

The post There’s still time to enter PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards appeared first on PR Daily. Crisis Communications Media Relations PR PR Daily AwardsThe late submission deadline is May 22. Start your entry today.

Don’t miss PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards’ early-bird deadline

PR Daily

The post Don’t miss PR Daily’s 2019 Media Relations Awards’ early-bird deadline appeared first on PR Daily. Crisis Communications Media Relations PR PR Daily Awards Ragan Awards media relations awards PR awardsThe deadline is this Friday.

Learn how to come out on top in PR Daily’s Media Relations Awards

PR Daily

Do you want to burnish your reputation for media relations expertise? You know that organizations face a variety of obstacles in getting their work covered by the news media. How can you capture an audience’s attention on social media when their feeds are oversaturated with ads?

Announcing PR Daily’s 2018 Media Relations Awards finalists

PR Daily

In today’s rapidly changing media industry landscape, communicators have to adjust and adapt on the run. We’re excited to announce PR Daily’s 2018 Media Relations Awards finalists. Crisis or Reputation Management. Global Media Relations. Press or Media Tour.

Why Media Relations is More Important Now Than Ever in PR

Marketwired

This makes media relations that much more important in the 21 st century. Before social media, and in some senses the internet, reaching out to the media by phone and scheduling a press conference could deal with a crisis situation. [By Jason Mollica].

3 ways to get superior media relations

PR Daily

Media relations has changed. Now the coverage that jingles your cell phone is likely a crisis; your lawyer is calling to renew her retainer. There are too many media platforms, too many channels and too many amateur journalists for media coverage alone to make an effect.

Where employee relations, media relations and crises intersect

PR Daily

No brand is immune to crisis. Even if you’re not dealing with a crisis right now, establishing strong communication practices can fortify your brand before one occurs. Take Wal-Mart for example. A few years ago, its customers were fed up.

Share your crisis response strategy

PR Daily

Enter PR Daily’s 2019 Digital Marketing & Social Media Awards. The post Share your crisis response strategy appeared first on PR Daily. How well prepared is your organization to communicate during an emergency? Save $50 when you enter by Friday, Feb.

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Expectations for Media Relations Professionals

ISEBOX

Media relations professionals are the primary line of communication between your organization and the media – and, by extension, your customers. These publications are the basis of your brand and they must be developed with a goal to outreach journalists and media reps. Plus, there’s no doubt that public relations has gone through a considerable transformation in recent years. Crisis Response. Will the media be entertained?

Panera’s missed opportunity offers crisis response lessons

PR Daily

” [RELATED: Take the first step in achieving communications excellence ]. So, Panera is probably updating its social media policy, reeducating employees on social media etiquette. And then there’s Panera’s message, delivered by a spokeswoman in traditional media outlets.

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CSR Trends for PR and Media Relations Professionals

Cision

Prepare in advance for crisis. Learn “How to Plan and Manage Crisis Communication in a Social World” today! Businesses also typically focused their political efforts on topics that directly affect their industry, rather than human rights or related social issues.

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Crucial parts of holding statements in crisis PR

PR Daily

When responding to a crisis, you might have to offer updates or bulletins without knowing all the facts. One key to doing so is to prepare holding statements that can be quickly adapted to cover the current crisis. A version of this article first appeared on the Media First blog.

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In a crisis, beware the false memory phenomenon

PR Daily

When responding to a crisis event, PR pros must be careful to avoid mental mistakes. This is an important question for brand managers to consider, particularly those weathering a crisis. RELATED: Boost your employee communications, PR and social media prowess at Microsoft HQ ].

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TCIP #034 – Media Relations for Crisis Preparedness with Tom Iovino

Melissa Agnes

Welcome to episode #034 of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast, with Melissa Agnes and Tom Iovino. As a Public Information Officer (PIO) or spokesperson for an organization, dedicating time to developing real, authentic relationships with reporters is an essential part of, not just your job, but your crisis preparedness. It’s also a strategy that can be extremely rewarding in (and out of) a crisis. The benefits that media relations offer as a crisis preparedness strategy.

3 crisis scenarios your organization might not be prepared to address

PR Daily

Technology and social media have created remarkable new ways for organizations to engage audiences and advance their goals. Most organizations have some form of a crisis communications plan in place, but many haven’t updated it in years.

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Hong Kong seeks to hire PR crisis firm—but finds no takers

PR Daily

Hong Kong learned the hard way how hard it can be to hire a crisis management team in the middle of an emergency. When taking on a government client, an agency in today’s media landscape is stepping into the political arena and should be prepared for any and all subsequent turmoil.

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What you should pack in your crisis communicator ‘go bag’?

PR Daily

Here are some things crisis communicators should never leave home without. PR pros should take a similar approach to crisis communications. A true company crisis is something that impedes an organization’s ability to conduct business.

How to prepare for an extreme weather crisis

PR Daily

Do you have a communication plan in place if a crisis situation should roll in? Make your job easier by anticipating the crisis before it arrives and preparing a system of communication. How will you handle calls from the news media? Do you have a media-trained spokesperson?

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Follow these 8 steps to prepare for a crisis

PR Daily

Crisis preparedness is important, but is it essential? Unfortunately, the experience of managing a real-life crisis prompts many organizations to finally begin preparing for the next potential disaster. RELATED: Take the first step in achieving corporate communications excellence ].

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How Talking TOO Much Can Create a Crisis Where There is None

Garrett Public Relations

Lately, there seems to be no shortage of folks who seem hell-bent on creating a crisis for themselves, simply because they seem not to know when to be quiet. The post How Talking TOO Much Can Create a Crisis Where There is None appeared first on PR Consultant Garrett Public Relations Columbus/Worthington OH. communications crisis communications crisis PR media interviews media relations PR PR crisis public relations consulting crisis media training tips PR consultant

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The 3 biggest mistakes in most crisis comms plans

PR Daily

I’ve seen a lot of crisis communications plans. Ninety percent of them get a couple of things right: They have a list of their comms team contacts, often with a phone tree so everyone gets called promptly when a crisis hits. In a real crisis, time gets compressed.

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Can your communication solution quell chaos during a crisis?

PR Daily

From negative news and social media coverage to natural disasters, it’s essential that employees have the right tools to stay properly informed and connected. If you have the perfect solution, join us as a sponsor at Ragan’s Crisis Communications Conference.

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CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR POLITICAL COMMUNICATIONS

Ronn Torossian

In order to do this a candidate needs a committed crisis intervention team , clear lines of communication, and a plan of action. The post CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR POLITICAL COMMUNICATIONS appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Crisis PR Media Relations Public Relations 5WPR CEO Pubilc Relations Ronn TorossianIt’s treacherous out on the campaign trail. There are potential problems at every turn.

PR Crisis of the Week: AT&T, USA Gymnastics and Facebook

Garrett Public Relations

In this week’s PR Crisis of the Week column, we look at a brand that made its crisis worse by sharing misinformation, a brand who can’t seem to do anything right and a brand who’s been in this column more than any other brand. The post PR Crisis of the Week: AT&T, USA Gymnastics and Facebook appeared first on PR Consultant Garrett Public Relations Columbus/Worthington OH.

SoftBank tries to rebuild its reputation, Airbnb vaguely vows to verify listings, and how social media magnifies a crisis

PR Daily

In a new report from Crisp, social media is revealed to have a far greater impact on crisis communications than you might think. According to the data, users are much more likely to share a crisis story on social media than when talking to friends.

Keep communicators calm during their next organizational crisis

PR Daily

From negative news and social media coverage to natural disasters, it’s essential that employees have the right tools to stay properly informed and connected. If you have the perfect solution, join us as a sponsor at Ragan’s Crisis Communications Conference.

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How talking too much causes a PR crisis

PR Daily

Media interviews can quickly go off the rails if your spokesperson doesn’t know when to stop talking. Here are some tips to avoid letting loose lips sink your media strategy. Here are some lessons to be learned and media interview tips to avoid starting your own PR crisis: 1.

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PR Crisis of the Week: Facebook, Tesla, GE and Oregon Winemakers

Garrett Public Relations

Another week – and more brands in crisis. This week, we have Facebook, Tesla and GE, all major entities which find themselves in the midst of chaos, as well as Oregon winemakers who face an unprecedented crisis. Which brands will excel in crisis management? The post PR Crisis of the Week: Facebook, Tesla, GE and Oregon Winemakers appeared first on PR Consultant Garrett Public Relations Columbus/Worthington OH.

PR Crisis of the Week: Forbes, Ritz, Goldfish and ZBurger

Garrett Public Relations

Last week, I kicked off a new column highlighting the PR crisis of the week, spurred by the seemingly unending opportunities for material. The post PR Crisis of the Week: Forbes, Ritz, Goldfish and ZBurger appeared first on PR Consultant Garrett Public Relations Columbus/Worthington OH. branding crisis crisis communications crisis PR PR PR consultant PR consulting public relations social media Uncategorized media relations PR crisis publicity

The 3 biggest mistakes organizations make on day one of a crisis

PR Daily

But on any given day, a crisis could blow your schedule to smithereens. Day one of this crisis will go much more smoothly if you’ve prepared for it. That’s really the biggest mistake organizations make when it comes to crisis communications: thinking they won’t need a plan.)

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How Facebook’s crisis response missed the mark

PR Daily

” Facebook’s PR difficulties reveal how companies must update how they respond to crises in the social media age. As companies adapt to this new reality, PR professionals can learn a lot about how not to handle a crisis from Facebook’s mistakes.

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