Media Moves at The Wall Street Journal & Parents Magazine, KCIX-FM Radio in Idaho Debuts Morning Show.


Alexa Corse, Jim Christie, Caitlin McCabe new at The Journal, Evi Helibrunn joins Parents magazine, and more. Media Blog

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Media Moves at The Wall Street Journal & Parents Magazine, KCIX-FM Radio in Idaho Debuts Morning Show.


Alexa Corse, Jim Christie, Caitlin McCabe new at The Journal, Evi Helibrunn joins Parents magazine, and more

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7 Ways PR People Can Support Journalism

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

What’s more alarming are indications that journalism is under siege for its role in democracy. Many blame Mr. Trump for the loss of confidence in the MSM, but the erosion probably started decades ago, with the rise of conservative radio. Aggregated news is not original journalism.

Visual Storytelling, Online Radio and SEO Media Covers Storytelling

Ishmael's Corner

Online Radio on the Rise. When was the last time you pitched online radio? Specifically, 44 percent of Americans age 12 and up listen to online radio on a weekly basis. For example, Search Engine Journal recently published “ Brand Storytelling 101: The Essential Elements.”.

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How Social Media Is Paving a New Path for Journalism


More than half of journalists surveyed in Cision’s recent Social Journalism Study believe that they would not be able to carry out their work without turning to their social media accounts for help. Featured Trends journalists Social journalism study social media

4 ways journalism changes are affecting PR

PR Daily

A journalist is someone who writes articles, makes TV or radio content or covers events either in an objective way (yes, we know objective is a loaded word ) or for the benefit of their audiences. FREE GUIDE: Brand journalism and content marketing—what’s the difference? ].

Brand journalism: Why the faulty arguments must end

PR Daily

stated in bold letters, " There''s no such thing as brand journalism." brand journalism. I had to smile; it included brand journalism in its list to affirm that it doesn''t exist. Let the brand journalism rant begin. An elitist''s view of journalism.

Q&A with Deirdre Breakenridge about her New Radio Show, Women Worldwide

Melissa Agnes

My friend and colleague, Deirdre Breakenridge, CEO of Pure Performance Communications , has launched an amazing initiative in collaboration with The Social Network Station , a radio show broadcasted out of Las Vegas, Nevada. The initiative is to empower women by giving them a voice and a platform via 50 Internet radio shows, called #50Shows. The #50Shows Empowering Women initiative was created to give women a voice and platform through Internet radio.

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Critical Mention Launches YouTube Integration

Critical Mention

NEW YORK — Critical Mention, the leading media monitoring and intelligence platform for TV, radio, online news and social media has launched a YouTube integration that continues the expansion of its already robust content set.

Why and How to Switch Media Monitoring Platforms

Critical Mention

During the vetting process, ask potential providers to show you how to track TV, radio, online news, licensed print and social media in one tool—the proof is in the pudding.

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Four Earned Media KPIs to Track

Critical Mention

A native New Yorker, he originally began his career in journalism and later moved to marketing, discovering a passion for branding and analytics.

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Digital journalism is alive but is digital PR?

Norton's Notes

Today the BBC announced that it is cutting almost 500 jobs but reinvesting in a further 195 posts to back what it calls ‘digital journalism’. So I think we can safely say that digital journalism is where the BBC believes the future of that industry is headed.

Podcast listeners are close to half the population

PR Daily

As digital radio programs have grown in popularity, so have the opportunities for marketers and PR pros to reach new audiences. Brand Journalism Crisis Communications External Communications Media Relations Social Media Visual & Video Communications

Why Content Marketers Shouldn’t Ignore Traditional Media


Online is where people go to have questions answered, but traditional media — radio, television, and print — is where people learn about what questions to ask. Traditional media — just like radio after TV — will not be going extinct.

The Human Touch


Don’t overlook the people that work in your organisation: they could be the key to your next magazine piece, newspaper profile or 30-minute radio conversation. They’re the longer-form radio chat shows, the magazines containing feature articles, the Sunday newspapers with double-page spreads.

How Toyota uses podcasts to reveal its human side

PR Daily

The company launched a digital radio show to highlight important behind-the-scenes stories. For communicators looking to launch a podcast, promote brand journalism and engage external and internal audiences, Toyota’s story is a trove of tips and lessons.

Google and Facebook throw money into local news

PR Daily

Google is launching software to help local news publishers, and Facebook is donating to organizations that support journalism. The Lenfest Institute for Journalism, blockchain organization ConsenSys, Civil Media and The John S. Facebook has also made moves to support journalism.

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Guest Post: When PR Opportunity Knocks…

PR Expanded

Newspapers, magazines and radio stations never had those resources to start with. Guest Post Media Video journalism news video PR PRESSfeed research Sally Falkow trends A Guest Post By Sally Falkow, President and Co-developer of PRESSfeed.

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Pew Study Finds Americans Still Prefer Watching to Reading the News


Radio is still a popular medium. However, this isn’t because of podcasts — it’s because many Americans still listen on the radio. he holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English from the University of Maryland. Thought Leadership journalism News

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Social Media Overtakes Print Newspapers as News Source


News websites are the next most common source, followed by radio, social media and print newspapers. Pulse of the Profession journalism Media Relations Social Media State of the News Media

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WOM: What's Really Behind The Buzz

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali WOM: What’s Really Behind The Buzz November 24th, 2010 Tweet Guest post by Bryce Keane What’s the buzz?

Prakky’s pick: Top sources of Australian media news


I thought it would be useful to share some sources of news on Australia’s journalism industry (in no particular order): The Australian – Media. Self-described as a “trade journal for the media covering newspapers, magazines, TV, digital, radio, outdoor advertising and entertainment media”.

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Chats with Chip: Neville Hobson on AI and Machine Learning in PR

Media Bullseye

I would add though that if your hundred percent job is writing press releases that’s probably a good place to start in evolving your career and do something that is not going to be the target of robotic journalism, for want of a better way of putting it, because that to me is a classic example.

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PR Pros Take On A President

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Yet this week an interesting piece in the Columbia Journalism Review gave PR professionals some credit for their role in the ongoing war between our 45th president and the press. Has public relations finally won the respect of journalists?

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Dior’s China dustup, Dunkin’s CMO departs, and Vatican introduces a digital rosary

PR Daily

In comparison, 47% listen to online radio stations and 39% listen to podcasts. Brand Journalism Branding Content Marketing External Communications Marketing Morning Scoop PR PR Industry Social Media Storytelling The Workplace Visual & Video Communications Writing & Editing

Snapchat’s redesign keys on UX, Mobile World Congress is canceled, and how one’s economic assessment skews by party

PR Daily

That means Unilever brands such as Klondike and Ben & Jerry’s will no longer produce print, TV, or radio ads that appeal to children under 12, partner with influencers or create social media messages that target kids under 13, or feature children under 12 in their marketing content.

Periscope and Meerkat : The New ‘Twitter’ for Reporters


Shortly after Twitter launched in March of 2006, The American Journalism Review (AJR) published an article that referred to Twitter as “…the latest in an ever-lengthening list of overhyped technologies and cultural techno-fads stretching back to CB radio.”

Flacked Off

Mark My Words

Rather than reflecting on the big issues pulling at the contours of our mediascape – the sucking up of old media by the new through Twitter’s Lightening and Facebook News, the application of virtual reality to new broadcast possibilities, the imminent conquest of radio by a certain fruit -branded app – we talked about whether it’s better to email contacts or catch them on the phone. Traditional journalism is being eviscerated by divestment in print in favour of online.

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Would you buy a car from that man? Reputation is personal


But when discussing the Senator’s character, an Adelaide radio show host – mocking the Senator’s personal character – said he would make a good car salesperson. journalism Media public relations reputation managementI’ve been pondering reputation.

The Death of Kitty Genovese

Doctor Spin

NPR (National Public Radio) wrote : “About 40 people may have watched the rapes on Facebook as they happened, but none of them reported the crimes to the police. PR Theories Science media logic storytelling element traditional journalism transparencyKitty Genovese was murdered in New York in 1964. She was 28 years old and the assailant knifed her repeatedly near her home before dragging her into a nearby alley to rape her. She died in the ambulance on her way to the hospital.

Rachel Maddow, Journalist First

Flatiron Communications

but rather it’s because they’re simply not in the business of producing journalism. The better the journalism, the more I’ll wish to consume. National Public Radio. The Flack John Oliver JOurnalism Media MSNBC politics Rachel Maddow

PRoust Questionnaire: José Manuel Velasco

PR Conversations

Probably because of my background in journalism (see the next answer), the thing I continue to enjoy the most is writing (for effective communications). For that matter, I don’t know why I felt at a young age the “call” of journalism, as there was no family tradition in this type of career.

AirPR Interview Series: Emmy Award Winning Journalist & PR Pro Mika Stambaugh


AirPR sat down with Mika and discussed unique communications strategies, moving from journalism to PR: AirPR: Tell us about TMI and how you help brands and organizations gain visibility and manage reputation. AirPR: You started your career in journalism. “Nail the elevator pitch.”.

Can I Have a Word? Five, Actually

Waxing UnLyrical

It’s a really neat radio show – “real” radio! 4: Who’s on a Washington Business Journal list? Events MeasurePR Personal Shonali Burke #measurepr 10 CEOs to follow on Twitter Jay Baer washington business journal WUL news

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How to steer a media interview to your key topic or point

PR Daily

In a few hours, you will sit down with a radio show host to talk about the technology’s growing market. In this instance, the radio host is onto her third question about VR gaming and other entertainment uses. Radio host: “Oh?

The 2015 PR Quiz

Flatiron Communications

Q11) Are these the best of times or worst of times for journalists and journalism? KNX Radio __. Q14) In journalism, what does TLDR stand for? The Flack HR JOurnalism Marketing Media PR Public Relations Recruiting TalentHow quickly things change in the PR business.

Social Sharing Feeds Our Appetite for News

David PR Group

Well, I get The Wall Street Journal at my house, but I dropped the local paper a while ago,” he said. “If DavidPRBlog Buzzfeed Carol Cain Miller media relations New York Times news public relations Robin Williams social sharing The Wall Street Journal

Less is more: 3 tips to jargon-free branding

PR Daily

With the rise of brand journalism , the old rules for boosting your company’s image don’t work anymore. Organizations that incorporate brand journalism into their communication understand that our new industry rules focus less on branding and more on storytelling.

15 Personal Branding Experts You Need to Check Out

B2B PR Sense

He is the author of 5 books that have been listed on both the The New York Times and Wall Street Journal's bestselling lists. Over the years, Guiseppi has been featured or quoted in such publications as Wall Street Journal, Fast Company and Forbes, among others.

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How to get broadcast coverage for your organization

PR Daily

FREE GUIDE: Brand journalism and content marketing—what’s the difference? ]. It might sound obvious, but it’s crucial to understand the purpose and logistics of each TV or radio show. For the average company, broadcast opportunities are notoriously difficult to secure.

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