Here are some media industry stories we’re following this week: The Big News: Bobbi “Krissy” Brown passes away at age 22 (USA Today); Internet reacts to death of Cecil the Lion (Adage); No pardon for Snowden (Esquire); Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore announces run for president (Breitbart); Acclaimed crime author Ann Rule passes away (seattlePI.com) […]
As I’ve said before: having the right expectations for your press release plays a huge role in setting it up for success. Part of those expectations involves knowing what goals to establish so you can measure the results of your distributed press release. What are Reasonable Goals? Naturally, you want your press release to attract […]
Pedro da Costa has announced that he is leaving The Wall Street Journal. Da Costa joined the Washington, D.C. bureau in December 2013 and served as Federal Reserve reporter. Previously, he worked at Reuters since March 2001 as a correspondent and covered the Federal Reserve and economics. In other WSJ news, Margaret de Streel was named editor of the […]
Tech Insider, Business Insider’s first spin-off site launched this week and offers an inside look at the latest culture, innovation, science and technology news. The site features original content from some of the best names in the field covering everything from virtual reality to intelligent and sustainable design. This week we are taking a look […]
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Social media has turned the journalism world upside down, changing the way media outlets reach their audiences, PR professionals pitch their clients and journalists source their stories. While many journalists were hesitant to hop on the bandwagon four years ago, we now see a shift from skepticism to reliance on social media to source and […]