Category Archives: Nuclear Communications

Your Wedding in 140 characters or less

The PR Practitioner, a blog about public relations’ trends, wrote a post about a couple who tweeted about their wedding via Twitter. It went on to say how the groom tweeted “just married” before he even had his first kiss as … Continue reading

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Scottsdale Culinary Festival

This weekend marked the 32nd annual Scottsdale Culinary Festival, the nation’s longest running food fest. The event, put on in collaboration with the Great Arizona Picnic (GAP), runs from April 13 through the 18th and attracts more than 40,000 visitors … Continue reading

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Healthcare PR with a new aim

PR News reported that “Data gathered by the Pew Internet & American Life Project shows that adults with chronic illnesses spend significantly less time on the Internet, which may influence the decision-making of PR professionals in healthcare.” I think that … Continue reading

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Where Do You Learn the “Nuts & Bolts” of PR?

For graduating seniors, this is the crucial time that we should be researching, applying and interviewing for jobs.  So I decided it was time to have the “where is this going” conversation at my internship after doing in house PR … Continue reading

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Choosing wisely on Twitter – it’s all about image

When you have your own personal Twitter, it is fun to follow groups, teams or whatever interests you. You essentially have free roam over what you do on your account. It is probably wise not to follow certain incriminating Twitter … Continue reading

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There’s No Reprint in PR

It wasn’t until after I completed the required editing class at the Cronkite school that I became grateful.  As strenuous and tedious as the class was, it taught me how to pay extreme close attention to detail.  The class prepared … Continue reading

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What Now?

As many other seniors in the sections of JMc 417 this spring, I find myself asking the question what now? With graduation quickly approaching, I am also often times asked what I am going to do with my life, which … Continue reading

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2010 Winter Olympics

Before the competitions and celebrations even began in Vancouver, British Columbia on Friday a fatal accident occurred in front of onlookers.  Twenty-one-year-old luger Nodar Kumaritashvili lost control of his sled at 90 mph rounding a turn known as “the 50-50 … Continue reading

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