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Within the past 15 years, blogging has gained popularity and has become much more than the online journal platform it started as. With hundreds of websites offering free blog hosting services, anyone can start a blog, find an audience, and begin sharing their thoughts on a variety of topics.
In the PR business almost 30 years now, Theresa Jacobellis started as a broadcast journalism major at Boston University College of Communication. It was what she wanted to pursue as a career.
By Bill Krol I received my 2015 edition of the AP Stylebook recently; it’s even larger than last year’s version, so I’m excited to see what changes the Associated Press has made. And while I haven’t had a chance to really peruse it, it got me to thinking about who decides which rules of grammar, [...]
In public relations, our craft is words. Some would go as far as to say that it’s an art. We have to find the right words to say the right things to have the right effects. Sometimes, there are no words to express what we feel.
Having recently come to a crossroads in my career, I have toyed with the idea of going back to school to pursue an advanced degree, specifically a master’s in public relations.
Meet and Pitch the Media night was a lively pitch session where five top reporters and editors on Long Island gave their best tips and advice to PRPLI. More than 50 public relations professionals gave their best one-minute pitches to the media panel and received some constructive criticism and landed stories.