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Top PR Disasters of 2017 … So Far

  2017 has been a year filled with controversy, corporate gaffes, and tone-deaf advertisements. Let’s take a look at the top three public relations disasters of 2017…so far. 3. Pepsi Superbowl Ad with Kendall Jenner Easily one of the most … Continue reading

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#NYPDfail in Twitter Outreach

On April 22, 2014 the New York Police Dept. asked Twitter users share pictures of themselves interacting with officers using #myNYPD. The image accompanying this message depicted a man with his arms around two officers. The post seemed to have … Continue reading

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Stories the essence of relationships

When a company projects synthetically sentimental images on billboards to sell its products, most sensitive consumers wince — if they pay attention at all. Fake emotional appeals rank as possibly the most offensive marketing tactic around, although there are exceptions. … Continue reading

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Give and Take

The animosity between the public relations students and the other students at the Cronkite School is no secret. We hear it all the time, being referred to as the, “ PR People,” and then eye rolls that follow when you … Continue reading

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Public Relations is…

This past week, I have had two acquaintances from my elementary school years ask me about my major. When I said public relations, they both asked something along the lines of, “what does that entail?” And no matter how many … Continue reading

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eReader for iPad

We can only hope that our grandchildren will never have the option to ask us what a newspaper is. However, with the internet and new digital opportunities arising there is more of a chance of that scenario occurring. Imagine being … Continue reading

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Young mother faces life-or-death situation

——————————————————————————————————————– Faith complicates a young mother’s life-or-death decision on lung transplant By Brigid Schulte Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, February 17, 2010 Maribel Perez breathes in short puffs, panting almost, through a hole cut into her trachea and covered demurely … Continue reading

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The Future of Movie Marketing

In Todd Defren’s blog PR Squared he discusses the idea of relationship building in movie launches rather than just campaigns.  He says campaigns are usually used because movies are such short-term events but began to brainstorm a relationship aspect. He … Continue reading

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Is Journalism dying? And is PR going with it…?

We all have heard the “talk” going around that journalism is struggling. Being in the j-school, we constantly are brainstorming new business models to keep the industry alive. Is online taking over print? These are the questions we are repeatedly … Continue reading

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PR, Relationships and Barack Obama…

First I would just like to say that I LOVE how every blog I looked at, no matter what aspect of PR it was talking about somehow related to Barack Obama winning the election last week. I know American Politics … Continue reading

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