Briefing: public relations trade and professional media
'Media still needed.' Here's our overview of the trade and professional media covering public relations and corporate communication in the UK.
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Richard Bailey explains why it's unhelpful and no longer current to view public relations and journalism as opposed practices.
Review: Reputation Matters
To prevent a media crisis from happening you need to turn to a PR lawyer argues specialist lawyer Jonathan Coad in this new book.
A plea for simple but effective measurement
With this blog post, written during AMEC Measurement Month, guest author Jennifer Sanchis argues for simple but effective measurement of the impact of communication.
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.
Ten years on from the phone hacking scandal
Ten years on from the closure of the News of the World, crisis communication expert Chris Tucker explores the phone hacking scandal through the lens of crisis communication theory.
Shoot the messenger
Guest author Charlie King argues that it may be time to replace your CEO as media spokesperson.
Evaluation: from media to management
We may have the best evaluation models available. Talk of 'PR attribution' seems premature and over-optimistic.
In the public sector, we ignore ‘old media’ at our peril
This is an unedited CIPR Professional PR Diploma Unit 2 thought leadership piece from Richard Eaton.
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