Insights from Richard Bailey, Editor
New AMEC Guide to Measurement
The third edition of The PR Practitioner's Definitive Guide to Measurement is a useful introduction to the latest thinking from around the world - and yet another reminder to #SayNotoAVEs.
This week in PR (6 October)
Here's our editor's pick of the news, events and commentary about public relations and communication this week.
This week in PR (29 September)
Our editor's pick of the news about and commentary on public relations this week.
Is this the course for you?
The CIPR Professional PR Certificate is a new course replacing the Advanced Certificate this year. It's been designed for those with some experience in public relations (or a related discipline) who are looking to progress in their chosen field.
Developing a workplace social media policy
This is a summary of a breakfast presentation in which Fiona Mason and Chloe Perreira of business services group Outset UK made the case for a workplace social media policy.
Fake news and public distrust: how PR should react
Babel PR senior content writer Holly Ashford discusses the implications of fake news for those working in PR.
This week in PR (22 September)
Here's our round-up of news, events and commentary from the world of PR and comms this week.
Review: Journalism and PR
Proflific professor Jim Macnamara addresses the old debates about PR and journalism in this recent book - and has something new to say. His approach is to address the blind spot in media studies and journalism over public relations.
The week in PR (15 September)
Here's our pick of news, events and commentary about public relations and comms this week.