On the pod this week: We're chatting with the editor of PR News, Seth Arenstein. Plus we discuss the President Trump's upcoming rally in Orlando and the departure of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
On the pod this week: A look back at the D-Day landings and how leaders communicated in 1944, plus we discuss the latest on the upcoming presidential debates and President Trump's visit to McLean Bible Church in Virginia.
On the pod this week: Our first reporter to come on PR & Politics, Stephanie Claytor with Spectrum Bay News 9 shares insights into today's newsroom, tips for PR pros trying to pitch stories, how she got started in the media industry and much more.
On the pod this week: The McPickle burger and other April Fool's Day ads, Joe Biden's recent struggles, social media advertising in the 2020 election, and the debate over whether the Oxford comma is necessary.
On the pod this week: Why did it take Boeing a week for the CEO to release a statement about the 737 MAX? Plus we talk about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her response to the mass shooting, the media's obsession with Beto O'Rourke, and South Bend Mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's messaging strategy.
On the pod this week: -YouTube Kids and the struggle to reassure parents that videos on the platform are safe -Outbreaks of the measles and the need for a PR campaign about vaccine safety -Nike's #shoegate -JetBlue's Black History Month display that caused an uproar -Joe Biden's likely presidential run
On the pod this week: Amazon's decision to back out of New York, Coors Light's #ToastToFarmers campaign, and the Florida student who was arrested after the pledge incident. Plus we chat with PR News Editor Melissa Hoffmann about BuzzFeed's layoff debacle.
On the pod this week: We're talking with the editor of PR Daily, Ted Kitterman, about Gillette's controversial ad and the PR lessons for other organizations. Plus we discuss Covington Catholic High School's response to a viral video and the social media presence of Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
On the pod for this first episode of 2019, we're talking about Johnson & Johnson's campaign to attempt to show their talc powder has always been safe, an off-message tweet from U.S. Strategic Command, Beto O'Rourke's social media strategy and more.