Daily PR Brief – Mon 10/28/19


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Check out some of today’s best

PR/Comms industry news clips:

Good and Bad PR: Meghan and Harry Always in the headlines (PRmoment – October 25, 2019)

Scaling Up Without Losing Touch: Maintaining Customer Relationships In A Growing Company (Forbes – October 25, 2019)

PRovoke19: Crisis Management In The Disinformation Era (The Holmes Report – October 28, 2019)

Think Like a Reporter: A Different Approach to Media Training (PR News – October 25, 2019)

WE Communications Study Finds Consumers Expect Brands to Help Unite a Divided World (Institute for Public Relations – October 28, 2019)

The Do’s and Don’ts of Lifestyle Public Relations (BLND Public Relations – October 28, 2019)

The ultimate list of journalism statistics in 2019 (Muck Rack Blog – October 28, 2019)

Crisis Management and Communications Go Hand-in-hand (Behind the Lines – October 28, 2019)

The leadership communication lessons you can learn from Zuckerberg’s latest grilling (Media First (UK) – October 28, 2019)

University of North Dakota Issues Public Relations RFP (Everything PR – October 28, 2019)

Summary Section:

Good and Bad PR: Meghan and Harry Always in the headlines
By Lauren Wilden
PRmoment – October 25, 2019
Seen any good or bad PR lately?

Scaling Up Without Losing Touch: Maintaining Customer Relationships In A Growing Company
By Hannah Trivette, Digital marketing expert at NUVEW
Forbes – October 25, 2019
The ability to provide a “mom and pop” approach can make each customer feel important and valued and is key to customer loyalty. But what happens when your hard work finally pays off and you move into that medium-sized realm?

PRovoke19: Crisis Management In The Disinformation Era
By Diana Marszalek
The Holmes Report – October 28, 2019
While communicators have long been tasked with protecting organizational reputation, the proliferation of inaccurate information has fundamentally changed the nature of this task, heard delegates at PRovoke19 last week.

Think Like a Reporter: A Different Approach to Media Training
By Arthur Solomon
PR News – October 25, 2019
Formal media training is important. But its value is lessened when the same formula is used regardless of the client.

WE Communications Study Finds Consumers Expect Brands to Help Unite a Divided World
By Olivia Kresic
Institute for Public Relations – October 28, 2019
The WE Communications Brands in Motion 2019 study found that there is a growing expectation for brands to bring greater stability to an increasingly polarized world.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Lifestyle Public Relations
BLND Public Relations – October 28, 2019
Lifestyle public relations is not all black and white. Here, we give you the do’s and don’ts of working at a lifestyle public relations agency.

The ultimate list of journalism statistics in 2019
By Emma Haddad
Muck Rack Blog – October 28, 2019
Whether you work in public relations or journalism, staying abreast of media trends and statistics is crucial.

Crisis Management and Communications Go Hand-in-hand
By Ronn Torossian
Behind the Lines – October 28, 2019
In an earlier article the discussion focused on the importance of convincing senior management about the need for crisis management and communications. The two go hand-in-hand and must stay together.

The leadership communication lessons you can learn from Zuckerberg’s latest grilling
By Adam Fisher
Media First (UK) – October 28, 2019
One of the more memorable interrogations from last week didn’t take place during a media interview.

University of North Dakota Issues Public Relations RFP
By Jim Crickell
Everything PR – October 28, 2019
UND is seeking a qualified Offeror to provide public relations/marketing support and strategies.


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