Daily PR Brief – Wed 09/02/20


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PR Ethics Lessons From ‘Roman Holiday’ (Entrepreneur – September 1, 2020)

How Modern Communicators Leverage Data Analytics To Tell More Compelling Stories (Forbes Communications Council – September 2, 2020)

10 imminent changes and challenges for communicators to anticipate (PR Daily – September 1, 2020)

If the FDA Called Us About a Communications Plan for the COVID-19 Vaccine (Ishmael’s Corner – The Hoffman Agency – September 2, 2020)

In COVID’s catastrophic wake, CEOs struggle with corporate responsibility and purpose (Agility PR – September 1, 2020)

Why transparency is not a magic pill during a crisis (Muck Rack – September 1, 2020)

Podcast: BerlinRosen’s Janna Pea On Social Impact & Racial Justice (PRovoke – September 1, 2020) [PODCAST]

9 Tips for Successful Virtual Press Conferences (Business 2 Community – September 2, 2020)

HHS Should Kill PR Plan to Counter COVID-19 ‘Despair’ (O’Dwyer’s – September 1, 2020)

Summary Section:

PR Ethics Lessons From ‘Roman Holiday’
By Curtis Sparrer
Entrepreneur – September 1, 2020
Among my favorite films is Roman Holiday, an enduring classic and spiritual forerunner to today’s rom-coms, released this month in 1953.

How Modern Communicators Leverage Data Analytics To Tell More Compelling Stories
By Michael DesRochers, Founder of PoliteMail Software
Forbes Communications Council – September 2, 2020
The ability to present data and facts in support of an argument within the context of a story can help you sway audiences with more compelling presentations.

10 imminent changes and challenges for communicators to anticipate
By Richard Levick
PR Daily – September 1, 2020
To stay relevant, prepare your company or client for the new era of cyber breaches, risk management, and bold political stands.

If the FDA Called Us About a Communications Plan for the COVID-19 Vaccine
By Lou Hoffman, CEO of the Hoffman Agency
Ishmael’s Corner – The Hoffman Agency – September 2, 2020
As a public service, I’ve developed the bones of a communications plan for getting the country on board with a vaccine for the coronavirus.

In COVID’s catastrophic wake, CEOs struggle with corporate responsibility and purpose
By Richard Carufel
Agility PR – September 1, 2020
The COVID crisis has cost CEOs a lot of sleep, as multiple unprecedented challenges have emerged, and continue to emerge, threatening the viability of their brands and businesses.

Why transparency is not a magic pill during a crisis
By Tim O’Brien
Muck Rack – September 1, 2020
Crisis communicators: Yes, transparency is important during a crisis, but it’s definitely not a magic pill.

Podcast: BerlinRosen’s Janna Pea On Social Impact & Racial Justice [PODCAST]
PRovoke – September 1, 2020
Janna Pea explores the multifaceted PR challenges that advocates and activists face in today’s volatile political environment.

9 Tips for Successful Virtual Press Conferences
By William Comcowich
Business 2 Community – September 2, 2020
Virtual press conferences have largely replaced in-person press conferences during the Covid-19 epidemic. The online events bring both challenges and opportunities for PR agencies and their clients.

HHS Should Kill PR Plan to Counter COVID-19 ‘Despair’
By Kevin McCauley
O’Dwyer’s – September 1, 2020
And now for something completely different… Worthy of a Monty Python skit, The Dept. of Health and Human Services is looking to dole out 250M big ones for a PR firm to counter Donald Trump’s nonsense about COVID-19.


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