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Media Relations in the Age of the Mobile Device

By Ailis Wolf, Van Eperen

On Thursday, Nov. 19, the Professional Development Committee hosted an exciting media panel at the Navy Memorial to discuss what the rise of the mobile device means for the future of media relations campaigns and for the outreach being conducted now by media relations professionals. 1,030 more words

Best Practices

B2B and technology PR

“Catherine worked alongside me at Tribal over a period of 10 years, coming in and out of the business at the times we needed support with our PR. 100 more words


Agence France-Presse Shares: How to Work with Global Newswires

Legendary news agency, AFP, opens up to discuss their organizational structure, coverage criteria, and practical tips on how  to build a relationship and work more effectively with their journalists. 117 more words

Business Wire

Top 5 Tips for Pitching Multimedia Newsrooms

Why didn’t they respond to my pitch? Why doesn’t this reporter care about my client? Sending out generic pitches to reporters is not only a waste of your time, it also won’t get coverage for your clients. 463 more words

Public Relations

Is Journalism Doomed?

I was on the phone recently with an upset journalism friend.

There was a long sigh before they told me how they had an idea for a fantastic investigative story that was very much in the public interest. 2,615 more words


Are Opposition Parties Still Stunned?

Losing is hard.

But, in politics, it’s the true test of character.

It’s when you see true colours.

Reporters watch closely to see how you respond when things aren’t going your way. 763 more words

Media Relations

There's Much To Learn In The Political Matrix

I feel like many Canadians took the “red pill” and got unplugged from the illusion of the fictional world of the matrix this past week — seeing things more clearly — seeing what was in front of them the entire time. 729 more words

Media Relations