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PR Lessons from a Bizarre Friday in July
By Seth Arenstein
PR News – July 12, 2020
For the most part, Friday, July 10, 2020, was an unremarkable day. Yes, it included political and legal history: President Trump, after business hours, commuted the sentence of a close associate. Yet in the annals of PR, it was one of the more bizarre days of the summer.
Planning for the Post-Coronavirus Road Ahead
By Jason Kirsch, APR
PRSay – July 11, 2020
Many unknowns still surround the COVID-19 pandemic, but this much is clear: Its post-crisis aftermath will continue for a long time.
How PR teams are carrying business through the COVID storm
By Dan Fries
Agility PR – July 13, 2020
In this article, we’ll look at how PR professionals are helping businesses through the COVID-19 storm, and why PR will be a crucial part of the post-pandemic business landscape.
What you can learn from the response that went viral
By James White
Media First (UK) – July 13, 2020
“What’s your favourite cheese?” Not the type of question you would expect to face from one of our current working journalist tutors during one of our media training courses.
Tracy Lamourie and Brian Stephens of Caissa Public Strategy on PR Post-Pandemic
Everything PR – July 11, 2020
We spoke to a number of PR pros about the future of the industry post-pandemic. We got a variety of thoughts.
16 Useful Apps For PR Executives
Forbes Agency Council – July 13, 2020
Want your PR team to be more productive? Agency leaders share the productivity apps they couldn’t see themselves functioning without.
Winners Announced for Top Places to Work in PR
PR News – July 12, 2020
PRNEWS surveyed an outstanding group of entries for this year’s Top Places to Work in PR. Here are the honorees.
How to get crucial data from your media list
By Andrew Graham
PR Daily – July 13, 2020
Here’s how one PR veteran argues you should think about cultivating connections with the media in the digital age.
It’s Not Just PR: A New Age Of Relationship Management
By Rachel Boyd
Forbes – July 13, 2020
During these unprecedented times, communications professionals have most likely found themselves having to a) Expand their expertise, and b) Become agile communication vehicles for their clients. These shifts beg the question: Will the industry adopt these shifts post-COVID?
Industry News In Brief (July 13, 2020)
By PRovoke Media
PRovoke – July 13, 2020
News from The Next Practice, The PR Mentoring Network, Press PR + Marketing, Seven Letter, O’Neill and Baker Public Relations.
The Daily PR Brief is put together by media analysts at ITK Information Services.
All reports made with the help of media reporting software Report Mule.