This week in PR (1 December)
Here's the ABC of #ThisWeekinPR: AI, Black Friday, COP 28. Meanwhile, our LinkedIn newletter turns these 39 content links into two main themes of the week.
This week in PR (24 November)
An own goal at Open AI; the Autumn Statement; the rise of introverts in PR; do we need an advocacy group for men in PR?; and should we cancel Christmas? are some of the topics you were discussing #ThisWeekinPR.
Public relations as persuasion
In this updated PR Place Insights essay, Chris Tucker defends persuasion against the charge that it's on a slipperly slope to propaganda.
This week in PR (17 November)
This week we're taking a rare journey into the rise of celebrity as well as coming up-to-date with customisable GPT.
This week in PR (10 November)
There are 39 content links in this week's roundup. From these, one strong theme emerges: the value of PR.
This week in PR (3 November)
There are over 30 content links in this week's roundup. From these, we've identified three themes to explore in our newsletter.
Is our news now open source?
What does it mean for public relations if there are no longer any professional journalists involved in producing the news? Chris Tucker explores the implications of the shift from 'proprietory' to 'open source' news.
This week in PR (27 October)
There are over 30 content links in our round-up this week. From these, we've identified three themes for discussion in our newsletter.
This week in PR (20 October)
There are over 30 content links in this week's round up. From these, I've focused on three themes in the newsletter: misinformation, menopause and markets.
Public relations as relationship management
In an updated essay in our 'public relations as' series, we explore public relations as relationship management.
This week in PR (13 October)
We include 37 content links across 11 categories this week. From these, I've identified four themes for this week's newsletter.
This week in PR (6 October)
There are 30 links across 11 categories, but this week's content can be grouped into three main themes: Manchester, misinformation and media. For more on this, subscsribe to our LinkedIn weekly newsletter (link in the article).