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After Election, Google, Facebook Vow to Cut Off Fake News Sites
PR Blotter: December 2016
Dr. Douglas Ann Newsom Receives Gold Anvil for Lifetime Achievement in Public Relations
Anthony W. DAngelo, APR, Fellow PRSA, Elected as PRSAs 2018 National Chair
Scott Stratten on Un-Marketing, Being Authentic and Going Viral
NCAA President Mark Emmert on Student-Athletes and Success
Cybersecurity Expert Theresa Payton on Protecting Your Brand
Communicating Secrets at the CIA
Record-Setting Communications: Keith Green, APR, of Guinness World Records on Strategic Storytelling
An International Conference Recap and Look Ahead to 2017
Learning From Capt. Scott Kellys Space Odyssey
Exclusive Video: Q-and-A With Capt. Scott Kelly
Derreck Kayongo on Leadership, Service and Perseverance
Exclusive Video: Q-and-A With Derreck Kayongo
Exclusive Video: Q-and-A With Scott Stratten
Oxford Dictionaries Names Post-Truth Its Word of the Year
Communications executives are getting time with their CEOs, but they usually dont feel heard, says a new survey by APCO Worldwide.
In the C-Suite: Achieving the 'It' Factor
As PR professionals, we pride ourselves on being cutting-edge communicators.
Digital communications and employee engagement will be top priorities for chief communications officers over the next 18 months, says a new survey by Weber Shandwick and Spencer Stuart, an executive search firm.