It’s like a flashback to the last recession. We’re starting to see headlines that claim to tell you what exactly life will be like post-pandemic. The clickbait looks something like this: DEATH KNELL: THING YOU MISS IS GONE FOR GOOD AND NEVER COMING BACK! It’s all reminiscent of the “…Is Dead” headlines we saw years … Continued
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Here we are in 2020. We’re 155 years past the Civil War. We’re 75 years past the end of World War II. Shouldn’t the easiest thing in PR be to decry, denounce, condemn or disavow any use of hateful symbols such as Confederate flags or Nazi images? We would think. But apparently for some political … Continued
During these days filled with uncertainty, there’s one sure thing we can share from our vantage point. Journalists are working harder than ever to bring you the information that the audience numbers prove you’re relying upon to stay informed to what’s going on outside your home. In many cases, they are also doing their jobs … Continued
This isn’t just PR shoptalk. Crisis communication is actually what every one of us needs and wants right now. We need information to help us make decisions about our lives. We want leadership from the officials we have elected, who we expect to be closest to the experts and have access to decision-making tools that … Continued
During tough times, the words of a classic philosopher can help put things in perspective. For those who have been long familiar with his works, the great Ferris Bueller comes to mind: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” As you sit dressed … Continued
Just reading the New York Times column about U.S. Bank is a punch to the gut of anyone who works in PR, specifically media relations. A call center worker says she was fired for trying to help a customer in need (on Christmas Eve!) and the bank comes across as soulless and, well, corporate, as … Continued