Daily PR Brief – Tue 11/05/19


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If You’re A PR Professional, You Also Need To Be A Privacy Expert (Forbes – November 5, 2019)

Can the Media be Saved? (O’Dwyer’s – November 4, 2019)

BCW Launches Tool For Cyberattack Crisis Comms (The Holmes Report – November 5, 2019)

OPPI’s TK Kanchana (Ep. 192) (The Echo Chamber Podcast – November 5, 2019) [PODCAST]

Lessons Earned: When Taking Control Hinders More Than It Helps (PR News – November 4, 2019)

The Integration between Public Relations, Influencer Marketing, and Law (Institute for Public Relations – November 5, 2019)

David Dozier: ‘Ethical PR Starts by Changing Organizations From The Inside’ (culpwrit – November 5, 2019)

Why Facebook needs to take its reputation more seriously (Influence (UK) – November 5, 2019)

Meet the Media – Alan Ohnsman (Landis Communications INC. – November 4, 2019)

Lessons in Corporate Event Planning from the Affectiva Summit (March Communications – November 5, 2019) [PODCAST]

Summary Section:

If You’re A PR Professional, You Also Need To Be A Privacy Expert
By Ben Billingsley, Founder of Broadsheet Communications
Forbes – November 5, 2019
It’s incumbent upon us as PR professionals to understand what kind of data our clients — all of our clients — are managing.

Can the Media be Saved?
By Jon Gingerich
O’Dwyer’s – November 4, 2019
Jon Gingerich It’s hard to imagine the state of the U.S. media getting worse than it currently is. And yet, something tells me we’ll find ourselves surveying new lows next year.

BCW Launches Tool For Cyberattack Crisis Comms
By Diana Marszalek
The Holmes Report – November 5, 2019
CyberTREE helps create customized responses to cyberattacks based on 25 factors that influence their effectiveness.

OPPI’s TK Kanchana (Ep. 192) [PODCAST]
The Echo Chamber Podcast – November 5, 2019
TK Kanchana is board member and head of the Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI), representing India’s pharma industry at a time of considerable change across the country. Kanchana joins the Echo Chamber to discuss how she has overhauled OPPI’s approach to communications, and how this has helped the pharma body build a more successful engagement platform.

Lessons Earned: When Taking Control Hinders More Than It Helps
By Brian Lott
PR News – November 4, 2019
My low scores on the oral exam kept me from advancing to the next round.  Upon reflection and feedback, I realized I had not been myself.

The Integration between Public Relations, Influencer Marketing, and Law
By Ketia Jeune
Institute for Public Relations – November 5, 2019
Public relations professionals must understand the nuances of our legal system when working on social media campaigns with influencers.

David Dozier: ‘Ethical PR Starts by Changing Organizations From The Inside’
culpwrit – November 5, 2019
Dr. David Dozier responds to questions regarding his mentorship philosophy, advice and career. He is the 2019 recipient of the “Milestones in Mentoring” Educator Award.

Why Facebook needs to take its reputation more seriously
By Louisa Bartoszek
Influence (UK) – November 5, 2019
Facebook wants to build the digital currency of the future. But first it must contend with its past and sinking reputation after a relentless hurricane of data privacy PR nightmares.

Meet the Media – Alan Ohnsman
Landis Communications INC. – November 4, 2019
Alan Ohnsman is the senior editor for future mobility at Forbes.

Lessons in Corporate Event Planning from the Affectiva Summit [PODCAST]
March Communications – November 5, 2019
Affectiva Events Manager Ashleen Bershad and March Account Supervisor Hailey Melamut discuss the ins and outs of corporate event planning.


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