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

Stuart Bruce

But why be afraid of big government when we freely provide our life story to social networks and give up our privacy to airlines in return for a bribe of a few more air miles. Our notions of privacy and confidentiality will be challenged. Earlier this week Anne Gregory, president of the Global Alliance of international PR associations, tweeted about her abhorrence of the term corporate journalism.

For clearer writing, ditch ‘etc.,’ ‘i.e.’ and ‘e.g.’

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have similar needs for affordable, safe, and convenient transportation. News angle: Personal data in the Digital Economy: How the rise of Big Data to personalize product recommendations steers/impacts customers; privacy concerns, etc. For example: Older people who have to give up driving because of problems including aging and ailments have similar needs for affordable, safe, and convenient transportation. We could also address the resulting privacy concerns.


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CAPP Publishes Recommendations for Telehealth

Scott Public Relations

The ability to immediately link a patient with their doctor and specialists for follow up as well as remove the barrier of transportation and time to visit the doctor’s office are both simple ways that telehealth tools improve care delivery. Patients need to know what telehealth can and can’t do, how their privacy is protected, and when telehealth can complement or substitute for in-person care.

Announcing PR Daily’s Media Relations Awards finalists

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Susan Davis International. Elevating the Ghostery Brand at the Forefront of Consumer Privacy, Diffusion with Ghostery. DCTA Secures Community Impact Feature Article for “Case for Transit” Study, Denton County Transportation Authority. Revved Up: Women in Transportation Design Gain Momentum, ArtCenter College of Design. The State of Gender Equality Survey, Plan International USA. Congratulations to this year’s honorees.

Lockdown letter: brainstorming second order COVID-19 effects

Stephen Waddington

We need local, decentralised responses to arts, culture, education and transport. Polarisation of digital privacy - electronic communication has led to a relaxation in attitudes to legislation such as GDPR but it has also highlighted awareness. Celebration of Britain - with international travel limited there’s likely to be a rapid resurgence in British art, culture and tourism. As lockdown is released it will create a wave of second order effects.

‘The Simpsons’ earns kudos for hiring Black voice actor, Fry’s Electronics shuts all stores, and 61% of marketers say video is crucial

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The Transportation Security Administration recently tweeted a reminder of its liquids rules for #NationalTortillaChipDay: It’s #NationalTortillaChipDay and we have some tasty travel tips.

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Top Trends, Campaigns and Platforms of SXSW 2015


The challenge for most organizations will be selling the value of big data internally, as it’s costly to fund the tools and people required to be successful. Privacy concerns aside, this is the future of location-based marketing – pushing content to users in the moment is one step closer to realizing those scenes out of Minority Report. Getting From Point A to B – personal transportation is an interesting trend I’ve noticed at SXSW.