Daily PR Brief – Fri 06/05/20


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PR Pros Discuss Leading the Conversation at Work About Race and Racial Injustice (PRSay – June 5, 2020)

Drew Brees Fumbles Statement, Creates PR Nightmare for NFL (PR News – June 4, 2020)

Good and Bad PR: A giant leap for SpaceX and a giant misstep from L’Oreal (PRmoment (UK) – June 4, 2020)

Valerie Christopherson of Global Results Communications (GRC) (Everything PR – June 5, 2020)

Women in leadership: a six-point plan for professional development in PR (Babel – June 5, 2020)

13 Communications Lessons From Other Industries (Forbes – June 4, 2020)

The Media Industry post COVID-19 (Inside Out PR (Australia) – June 5, 2020)

I’m Thinking Legal Didn’t Vet This CEO’s Unfiltered Perspective on Current Events (Ishmael’s Corner – June 4, 2020)

How internal comms and PR can collaborate and harmonize (PR Daily – June 5, 2020)

How your comms can mitigate disinformation – (Ragan – June 5, 2020)

Summary Section:

PR Pros Discuss Leading the Conversation at Work About Race and Racial Injustice
By Greg Beaubien
PRSay – June 5, 2020
Yesterday, PRSA’s Employee Communications Section presented a webinar addressing how communications professionals can help lead conversations within their organizations on race and race relations in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death during an arrest in Minneapolis on May 25.

Drew Brees Fumbles Statement, Creates PR Nightmare for NFL
By Nicole Schuman
PR News – June 4, 2020
NFL quarterback Drew Brees became enemy number one this week after expressing his feelings regarding past players kneeling during the National Anthem.

Good and Bad PR: A giant leap for SpaceX and a giant misstep from L’Oreal
By Shannon Peerless, Managing Director, 10 Yetis Digital
PRmoment (UK) – June 4, 2020
Big congratulations to SpaceX for launching its first crew into orbit. Meanwhile, L’Oreal fails to impress in the wake of the terrible killing of George Floyd.

Valerie Christopherson of Global Results Communications (GRC)
Everything PR – June 5, 2020
Today we have a feature interview with Valerie Christopherson. She is founder and CEO of Global Results Communications (GRC), an award-winning public relations firm trusted by both entrepreneurs on the cusp of new discoveries and multi-billion-dollar enterprises breaking new ground.

Women in leadership: a six-point plan for professional development in PR
Babel – June 5, 2020
Seventy-eight per cent of CEOs in the top 30 PR agencies are men, despite the fact that women represent two thirds of the global PR industry.

13 Communications Lessons From Other Industries
By Forbes Communications Council
Forbes – June 4, 2020
Thirteen experts from Forbes Communications Council speak at length about the lessons they learned from leveraging other industries’ experiences and how those lessons impacted their own work.

The Media Industry post COVID-19
By Sarah Meenan
Inside Out PR (Australia) – June 5, 2020
As restrictions ease and some aspects of life begin to return to normal, there is a lot of adapting that must be done for companies within the media industry. Here are my predictions for what the media landscape will look like post COVID-19.

I’m Thinking Legal Didn’t Vet This CEO’s Unfiltered Perspective on Current Events
By Lou Hoffman, CEO of the Hoffman Agency
Ishmael’s Corner – June 4, 2020
Most CEOs lack the courage to share what’s on their mind or allow legal to dictate the content. Snap CEO Evan Spiegel shows how it’s done.

How internal comms and PR can collaborate and harmonize
By Shaun Randol, CEO of Mister Editorial
PR Daily – June 5, 2020
If you have distinct, separated content factories operating within your organization, you could be missing major opportunities for collaboration–and productivity.

How your comms can mitigate disinformation
By Michael Cherenson
Ragan – June 5, 2020
During these difficult times, its more important than ever to highlight and share accurate, relevant messages. Here are some tips to help fight the chaos.


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