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Which PR publication should you read?

There are a number of PR publications, all of which communicate to a specific audience through both their website layout and news/features content. This post will compare those that are aimed at audiences of different levels such as PR Examples, PR Week, PR Moment and Communicate Magazine with those who are targeting professionals and individuals who are looking to move into PR roles through platforms like Gorkana, The Holmes Report and Corporate Comms Magazine. 689 more words


Role models for millennial communications practitioners

Having just read “Millennials in PR cite ‘lack of role models’ and dissatisfaction after two years” from PR Week, it struck me that I am in fact, a millennial communications practitioner, not that I would ever call myself that in my everyday life, but the subject of the article got me thinking; do I feel the same way? 316 more words

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PR: the Forever Progressing Profession

Every Friday, I spend my eight hour work day writing, editing, scheduling and posting some form of digital media for our clients. It is no surprise that the PR profession has been drastically changing alongside of the newest technology and the interconnected digital world. 614 more words


Do journalists make good PRs?

A couple of things this week prompted me to think about the number of journalists moving over to the “dark side” of Public Relations.

Firstly, I was reading current issue of… 329 more words

PR Week: The FEMMY Awards' PR Team Reveals... How to Sell Out an Event

The Bromley Group is honored to be recognized by PR Week for its work on the FEMMY Awards.  The Agency loves to produce events with heart, including recent work for charitable organizations including: … 24 more words


PR Week Polls Global PR Leaders on Preferred News Sources

Riverside, California, business leader Patrick O’Reilly has more than a decade of experience in public relations and crisis management. From headquarters in Riverside, Patrick O’Reilly and… 181 more words

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Don't forget Trade Press

I received an email earlier this week from the editor of the Health Services Journal reminding me that his publication celebrates its 124th birthday this week. 324 more words