Tag Archives: ASU

McDonald’s Adds Diploma to Employee Perks

McDonald’s made great PR moves in March when it flipped the Golden Arches upside down to form a “w” in honor of International Women’s Day. Now, McDonald’s announced that it is tripling its college tuition benefits for its employees through … Continue reading

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Shifting Role from Practice to Practitioner

Nearly every profession has some sort of professional association, from safety engineering to surgery, and yes, even public relations. The Public Relations Society of America was created in 1947 to help advance the PR profession through professional development, a code … Continue reading

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Skills Make Good Chats Great

Striking up conversation with someone can be easy, but getting past the typical “small talk” can lead to dead ends. So, where do you go from there? Being a good conversationalist is a skill acquired only over time. It takes … Continue reading

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Good Feelings Towards Cronkite PR

As we round out the final week of blogging and finish the week of our social media projects, I cannot help but reflect back on what I have learned and evaluate the Cronkite School’s PR program as a whole. Although … Continue reading

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Three’s Company

As a senior the Wednesday before Spring Break usually goes something like this: “I’m soo ready to get out of here, I need a break!” Well, if you were in David’s PR Campaigns class this morning the feelings were more … Continue reading

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Paying for news?

In Tim McGuire’s Business & Future of Journalism class, there was a discussion about how much people are willing to pay for their news. The debating ranged everywhere; from full subscribers to micropayments, down to no payments at all. I … Continue reading

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