Insights from PR Place
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.
Review: How To Sell Value – Demystified
In this new title in the PRCA Professional series, Crispin Manners calls for an end to time-based billing and provides a roadmap for delivering more valuable public relations services.
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.
#50Over50: Tehmina Boman-Behram
Careers in photography and food plus a professional internal communication qualification after the age of 50. Tehmina Boman-Behram has had a wonderfully varied career, as Ann Pilkington discovers.
Nonprofits’ Non-Prioritisation of Communications: A Strategic Misstep
Nonprofits are expected to allocate between 5-15% of total operating budget to communications, yet communications is rarely a top priority. Kehinde Afolabi explores why this can become a problem.
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).
This week in PR (29 September)
Universities are back and the party conference season has begun. This truly feels like the end of a long summer - and there's plenty of content to pick out from #ThisWeekinPR.
Briefing: AI in PR
Plenty has been published and even more has been said this year about the impact and the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) on professional practice. Our briefing serves as a primer for those who've yet to catch up on the latest publications and expert opinions.