Future Cast: Will Robots Replace Journalists like Toll Collectors?

By Maryanne Keeney, Principal of MKPR, LLC, (www.mkpr.com, @Mayne) and Loring Barnes, APR, Founder of Clarity Group (www.claritygroup.com, @loringbarnes). No robots were involved in creating this content. Will robots be the future of journalism? Before you discount that proposition consider this: the LA Times and AP have already incorporated robots into their news reporting operations.[…]

Working for You! New Writing Workshop and Membership Renewal Update

Hello! We hope that you are enjoying the lazy days of summer, finding time off to recharge for an active fall. Since you last saw us at the Bell Ringer Awards, the Publicity Club of New England has been busy gearing up for our new programming season and wrapping up a big success from 2014![…]

Celebrate PR History in the Making

Preparation is in the home stretch for the Publicity Club of New England’s 46th Annual Bell Ringer Awards that salute the ‘best of the best’ communicators from across the region. It is a night of making history, and recognizing those that make change. This year, the Club received the most submissions ever by the most[…]

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Your Time to Shine: Bell Ringer Tips and Myths

There are three days left until the first submission deadline for the annual Bell Ringer Awards (March 14, 2014) that recognizes the “best–in-show” for public relations activities in New England. You might be just thinking about entering or finishing your submission. I have been in both places. My desire to submit, countered by the limited[…]

Debunking Common Myths of the Bell Ringer Awards

With the Bell Ringers just around the corner, we thought we’d debunk a few myths that have been floating around regarding the awards. Let the myth-busting begin! Myth: “Only members of The Publicity Club of New England (Pub Club) win Bell Ringers.” Truth: Objectivity of the Bell Ringer Awards competition is the highest priority for[…]