Fri.Jul 10, 2020

10 Podcasts PR Pros Should Listen To

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

PR agencies must stay up to date on current events and industry news. Most PR specialists will have an active Twitter and several news sites open as they work to check for news opportunities.

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Why a fair and just future requires ‘divestment’ from the status quo

PR Daily

One PR pro makes the case that organizations who are serious about racial equity and diversity should interrogate all the places their budget is spent—and allocate resources to diverse vendors.

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COVID has changed the marketing and PR game, not eliminated it

Axia PR

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have decided their best course of action is to suspend their ad spending and limit their PR expenditures. This could wind up being a big mistake. crisis communications

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How to equip and empower managers to shepherd employees through turbulent times

PR Daily

Follow this expert guidance to help people leaders navigate difficult or uncomfortable conversations. Fallout from COVID-19 and widespread social unrest have forced companies to confront complex issues regarding health, safety, job loss, mental wellness, and diversity (or lack thereof).

Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

Learn how to find and use influencers and advocates to gain buyer's trust on your behalf.

Planning for the Post-Coronavirus Road Ahead


As a discipline, crisis management is categorized into three phases: pre-crisis (which involves prevention and preparation); crisis response; and post-crisis (evaluation and preparation). Some crises pass quickly, and also have short post-crisis phases that are measured in days or weeks.

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Media Moves at Law360 & Bloomberg News, MSNBC Names Anchor for Prime-Time Nightly Slot


Joy Reid promoted at MSNBC, becomes the only Black woman to host a daily prime-time cable news program. Media Blog

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Returning to Campus This Fall? Don’t Count on It


Despite cautious assurances that most colleges are planning some sort of on-campus teaching this fall, don’t count on it. I hope I’m wrong. Fortunately, our graduate program decided more than a month ago to be fully online during the fall term.


Media Moves at Law360 & Bloomberg News, MSNBC Names Anchor for Prime-Time Nightly Slot


Joy Reid promoted at MSNBC, becomes the only Black woman to host a daily prime-time cable news program

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Top 10 Digital Marketing Trends in 2020 (Part-2)

PReview: A Blog by NewsVoir

Digital Marketing Trends which are Working in 2020 In the first part of the ‘top 10 digital marketing trends in 2020’, we discussed creating videos, running email campaigns, adopting chatbots and using influencers for brand awareness.

Top 15 Free PR Ideas to Grow Your Online Business

You've got a great idea, you've built your killer team, and you've maybe even gone through the first round or two of funding.

How to adopt a ‘diversity first’ PR approach

HMA Public Relations

In order to create a successful campaign that shows diversity, PR pros should adopt a diversity first approach in daily life. Read more. The post How to adopt a ‘diversity first’ PR approach appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Featured HMA Public Relations Annelise Krafft Diversity

Prohibition launches Social Media Timeline for 2020


Social media continues to develop grow and adapt, some things are good and some things are pretty bad but one thing remains the same with social, our lust for the next new channel that will offer something different. In this post, I will share our latest social media infographic.