It’s that time of year again! This month we announced our Call for Entries for the 2013 Bell Ringer Awards competition, and we have already heard from many PR professionals gearing up to enter their most successful campaign or placement of the year into the competition. While planning your awards submissions this year, keep in mind the individual professional awards. These thr
In the event you haven’t heard, Boeing’s new advanced technology 787 Dreamliner flagship aircraft has experienced a number of malfunctions over the past several weeks. I think I speak for all flyers, frequent or not, no one likes to hear about airplane problems. Ever.
One Thanksgiving, maybe ten years ago now, I was told that I’d be driving my wife’s Grampy back to his house and that my wife would be driving Nana back separately. Before we left, my wife told me that I could ask Grampy about World War II, something he’d not spoken about to civilians for more than 50 years.
Everyone loves a good story. Especially a juicy story so polarizing where everyone takes a side. I’ll admit it, I love them, especially when I can dissect them from every angle. Who said what? Why? What did the PR team do to prep? How would I have done it? However, recently, one story has me thinking: when should it end? When should the PR machine just stop?