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PR and Reputation Management

By: Sarah Copeland

Throughout this past semester, many of my classes have brought in guest speakers that talked about reputation management. After about the third speaker, I got the message: reputation is incredibly important. 507 more words


Post 5 - Presentation of Image Repair Research Paper

Our research on Lance Armstrong’s image repair strategies, following his admittance to using performance-enhancing drugs, revealed that many of the athlete’s attempts to recover his reputation employed traditionally unsuccessful methods of image repair. 340 more words

Amanda Bynes Wrap-up

This is my final post on the research that Olivia and I have conducted regarding Amanda Bynes and image repair. To briefly summarize, Bynes went on a rampage via her… 301 more words

Public Relations

Hillsborough's ending, and the story it tells for the next generation of journalists

Endings are important: they help us to tell a story that is memorable.

This week’s ending is especially important. For the families of those killed in the Hillsborough disaster it represents something truly incredible: a resolution many never expected to see. 935 more words

Online Journalism

Plan, Know Your Role & Listen: PRSA-NCC’s “Is It Really a Crisis?”

By Kelsey Pospisil, News Generation

“Crisis” may mean one thing to one PR pro, and one thing to another. How do you most accurately get a pulse on a situation to know how to react? 608 more words

Best Practices


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PR Communication: PR lessons from the Panama Papers

The follow days, and weeks after the Panama Papers leaked have surely been a nightmare for both those high profile people involved, and their PR team. 344 more words