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5 PR lessons from Frank Underwood

Frank Underwood lies, cheats and steals—but he’s also a goldmine of PR wisdom. The notoriously praised, self-made potentate is America’s president in the hit Netflix series “House of Cards.” 285 more words

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"Making a Murderer," from a PR perspective

The criminal justice system has been put on blast in Netflix’s recent documentary, “Making a Murder.” While the story is certainly compelling and has created a firestorm in its wake, there are many things that can be learned. 338 more words

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3 PR Lessons From Grease: Live

I’ve got c h i l l s they’re multiplyin’…

If you’ve ever seen any live musicals on television, you’ll know that most of them just don’t work out. 389 more words


President Obama's argument VS Trump's juicy soundbites: top 2 PR lessons

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«I’d like to take a moment to reflect on Obama’s address to the nation about national security and how we might learn a couple of valuable PR lessons. 69 more words


Five PR Lessons from 'Born to Run'

If you are wondering why Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run album is back in heavy rotation on the radio, the explanation is simple. The Boss’s landmark LP was released 40 years ago this week. 540 more words


I know, I know that 2012 now seems like ages ago and most occurrences during that year have now become a thing of the past. It might not even seem timely to talk about something that happened almost three years back. 262 more words

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