#50over50: Robert Taylor
The latest person to be profiled in our #50over50 series is media trainer and author Robert Taylor, nominated by Caroline Black.
All public relations is political
Not all public relations is public affairs, but all public relations is political argues Richard Bailey.
PR apprenticeships, a win-win
Ann Pilkington talks to Stephanie Umebuani of the PRCA about its PR apprenticeship programme.
The evolution of public relations
Speaking at the PRCA National Conference, Richard Edelman introduced a new purpose for public relations: actions assessed by their impact on society.
Change management doesn’t have to be complicated
Ann Pilkington introduces the new PR Place Insights Guide to Change Management (free download).
How to do PR for public relations
As a contribution to the #PRCAschools campaign, here's a crowdsourced article on careers in public relations.
Why public affairs matters
Energised by politics? Interested in public policy? There's a new PRCA Diploma in Public Affairs recruiting for online delivery from February.
Briefing: the public relations consultancy business
This briefing covers the basics of the public relations consultancy business.
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?
Influencers – or influence?
It is not influencers (and reach) that matters, it is ‘true’ influence. Kevin Ruck repors on the PRCA Digital Report 2018 launch.
Briefing: public relations membership bodies
In the first of a two-part briefing, we look at the two main membership bodies for UK public relations.
New AMEC Guide to Measurement
The third edition of The PR Practitioner's Definitive Guide to Measurement is a useful introduction to the latest thinking from around the world - and yet another reminder to #SayNotoAVEs.
- Page 1
- Page 2