Case study: When PR should avoid making headlines
There's a new statue to a pioneer of women's rights. Ruth Wilson would have advised more clothes - and fewer headlines.
Briefing: public relations for journalists
Richard Bailey explains why it's unhelpful and no longer current to view public relations and journalism as opposed practices.
Flattery or threat?
'Earned media' is in demand within advertising and search marketing. This is both flattering and threatening.
Working with the One Show
Guest post by Matt Beard, CIPR Professional PR Diploma student and Head of Media at Govia Thameslink Railway
Lies, damn lies and media relations
Last week's episode of The Media Show has led to a fierce backlash. What's this all about?
What’s the matter with public relations?
We say we do public relations, so why don't we put the relationship first asks Richard Bailey.
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.
Beware slanted surveys and fake PR events
This is an article by Paula Keaveney on slanted surveys and fake PR events.
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