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PR-curious

In a couple of weeks I am to make a step forward in my (very young) career in Public Relations. In fact, I would prefer to describe it as a spritely leap forward as I absolutely buzzing to whizz forward to my next role in the PR world. 109 more words

Eggs Are Back on the Menu!

If matters of infectious illness and the confusion of prophylactic efficacy are not enough, how about the announcement that the Dietary Guidelines are due for their quinquennial update and eggs are back on the menu!    220 more words

Communications Strategies

Don’t take a digital only approach to content please CIPR

I have a confession. When the CIPR / PR Week deal ended, and I found out that hard copies of PR Week would no longer be posted through my door each month, I signed up for the trial period digital version of PR Week. 232 more words

General

Follow the Media

As a media relations professional with Edelman, the most important part of my job was to stay on top of the news and analyze how it might impact my clients. 911 more words

Public Relations

CIPR and PR Week Split

Having been a CIPR Member (on and off) for a number of years, I have become accustom to seeing PR Week pop through my letterbox. In the old days as a weekly mag, it was the go-to source for agency news and announcements, more recently the magazine has morphed into a glossy monthly mag heavy on editorial content and comment. 334 more words

Blog

PR Week and the CIPR changes

Last week the CIPR announced yet more changes as it will cease its relationship with PR Week producers Haymarket Publishing and, instead, invest in its own editorial production team. 665 more words

PR

Au revoir PR Week

In today’s weekly email communication from the CIPR, there was announcement that CIPR members will no longer receive a copy of PR Week or have access to its content on the… 194 more words

PR Measurement