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journalism
As public relations professionals, we know that no media hit is too small, and getting your brand’s name and voice out there is crucial to your organization’s reputation. Opinion pieces and letters to the editor (LTEs) are integral to a PR campaign because they can position your brand and individuals within your organization as experts...
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Christmas
The holidays are here, and everyone loves a good Christmas poem, right? In year’s past, we’ve had some fun using ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas as a foundation and mixing it up with a little PR slang. So, enjoy this not-so original rendition of ‘Twas the night before Christmas, at the expense of Commonwealth PR...
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Don't spook the media!
I’m not sure about you, but Halloween is certainly one of my personal favorite times of the year. Haunted houses, jack-o-lanterns, scary costumes, horror movies – I love every bit of it. While all of those things can certainly be scary, the one thing that trumps them all might be the scariest thing in any...
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Implementing Thoughtful Media Relations
Times are changing, and so is media relations. That is why now, more than ever, it is crucial to implement thoughtful media relations strategies into your work. The media has undergone many significant changes over the years. With the introduction of the internet came 24/7 access to a constant stream of news and information. Then...
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My Journey from Journalism to Public Relations By Nick Versaw, intern If you would have told me a year ago that I’d be sitting here, a month away from my college graduation, in an office at a public relations firm, I would have called you crazy. Just last year, I was starting to get into...
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By Catie Kelly, account coordinator Legendary musician Tom Petty tragically passed away on Monday, Oct. 2, shortly before midnight. Are you getting déjà vu? Don’t worry, us too. That is because the media reported that Tom Petty had already died earlier that afternoon. The news first broke around 3 p.m. that Petty had been rushed...
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