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This week in PR (27 August)
Enjoy the late summer holiday weekend. But before that, here's our round-up from #ThisWeekinPR.
Does targeted political advertising present a threat to democracy?
'Fake news is all around us.' Catherine Owen-Williams explores the threat to democracy posed by the misinformation age.
‘Approached for comment’ – how should local authorities respond to post-publication media enquiries?
'The thorny issue of media relations is not new; but as media outlets transition ever-faster towards social media, how you respond must adapt – and it all centres on relationships' argues Will Lodge.
This week in PR (13 August)
Work continues through the holiday season. Here's our pick of content and conversations from #ThisWeekinPR.
From crisis to BAU: has the Covid-19 pandemic transformed communications for the better?
'I hope the pandemic will see communications professionals shift to become a more flexible, human-championing profession,' writes Alice Attwood.
Building the reputation of independent NHS care
'I now have the confidence to blend theory and practice together to create much more strategic and effective PR and communication plans.' Sara Dawson reflects on a CIPR Professional PR Diploma assignment.
Guide to implementing your content marketing strategy
Download our 'Guide to Content Marketing Part 2: Implementation' where we explore content types, distribution and tools for the job.
This week in PR (6 August)
Home or away, there's still plenty of original content and commentary from public relations and communication professionals #TnisWeekinPR.
Adding some love to internal communication
Guest editors Kevin Ruck and Rita Men explore internal communication research suggesting that employees are creatures of emotions and their emotional reactions are more prevalent in turbulent times such as the pandemic.
Why Edtech Startups Must Plan Crisis Communications
'As the [education technololgy] sector continues to expand and to touch more lives, it will need to plan responsibly for inevitable crisis. If one seeks to work with children, to profit from them, one must also act with maturity and respect' warns Michelle Levesley.