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This week in PR (19 March)
Here's our editor's pick of content and conversations from #ThisWeekinPR.
Rise of the Infodemic
Whilst the world is battling an unprecedented global health crisis, Carly Ratcliffe discusses whether using digital platforms to mediate communications around Covid-19 has fanned the flames through a fake news culture, or has been a useful instantaneous media source.
This week in PR (12 March)
One talking point dominated discussions #ThisWeekinPR (and it wasn't Harry and Meghan).
Covid-19: Is this the catalyst needed to give public relations leaders their place in the boardroom?
'Now is our time to step forward and help guide our senior leaders through the Covid-19 fog and update our customers and stakeholders on developments' argues guest author Vicky Shepherd.
#50over50: Clare Parsons
On International Women's Day 2021, we profile Lansons co-founder Clare Parsons in our #50over50 series.
Social media has proven its worth in the COVID-19 crisis.
University communities are set to become increasingly fragmented in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Social media will be key for PR professionals to build a lasting sense of togetherness argues Isobel Edwards.
This week in PR (26 February)
Here's our pick of content #ThisWeekinPR, plus a selection of #prstudent #bestPRblogs.
Survey result releases are becoming obsolete
Guest author Katie Watts condemns public relations surveys as 'lazy PR tactics'.
#50over50: Caroline Black
We explore the career of a proud Londoner as we add Caroline Black to our #50over50 series.
This week in PR (19 February)
Here's our editor's pick of content and conversations - plus the best PR student blog posts - from #ThisWeekinPR.
The Seven Best Books on Writing
Anne Nicholls says anyone can write, but not everyone can create language that persuades, enlightens and inspires.