Back when Harold Burson teamed with William Marstellar to start a PR agency in 1953, radio was losing its status as the only form of communication by which millions of people could share information simultaneously. 318 more words
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One section of the Public Relations Society of America’s Code of Ethics was particularly interesting.
In one area of the Code, the idea of avoiding deceptive practices came under the heading of “disclosure of information.” There have incidents of public relations or marketing employees of companies being involved in astroturfing or even deleting threads or comments made by external audiences on company websites. 156 more words
By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)
The title of this post is quite long. So, I’ll be relatively brief.
On November 21, I had the honor to shake the hand of one of the undisputed titans in public relations: … 584 more words