Dear PR People: Calm Down

Most who have worked in the PR industry for a significant amount of time understand how stressful it can be. But why is it that the case? Nova Halliwell says it’s largely our own fault.

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Has the Digital Age Affected the Impartiality of the Press?

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by Guest Contributor / Featured

[Impartiality] is to be distinguished from balance (the allocation of equal space to opposing views) and objectivity (by which journalists usually mean an effort to exclude subjective judgement). Impartiality involves no more than the attempt to regard different ideas, opinions, interests or individuals with detachment. As the legal philosopher Ronald Dworkin says, ‘everyone need not […]

Keep it Simple: Getting Started With a Multi-Touch Attribution Model

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by Katie Gaab / Best Practices

Data measurement is the only way to ensure your business succeeds now and in the future. But as companies start to integrate more involved social media marketing strategies, the number of digital touch points increases, complicating the once simple customer journey and creating more data to analyze and understand. Consequently, communicators should reassess which model […]

Staff Changes at WTOP

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by Cision Staff / Media Updates

Mike McMearty has replaced Laurie Cantillo as director of news and programming at WTOP. McMearty has been with the station for 23 years. Additonally, Mitchell Miller has been promoted to senior news director, overseeing the morning news. Miller joined the WTOP team in January 1995. , award-winning reporter and executive producer, has been promoted to news director […]

Top 10 Staffers at InformationWeek

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by Cision Staff / Top Lists

This week, we are taking a look at the IT and cyber security worlds. InformationWeek offers IT professionals and business leaders the information they need on the latest technologies and security. We have rounded up the most influential staffers at InformationWeek, including Dark Reading and Network Computing on Twitter, ranked by number of Twitter followers. […]

Beyond the Beltway and Back Again: David Ellis Talks CQ Roll Call (Part 2)

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by Jason Morgan / Influencers

Don’t miss part one of this two-part interview with CQ Roll Call’s David Ellis! Welcome back to our special two-part interview with David Ellis, chief content officer of CQ Roll Call. Last week, we got the score on the 54th Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game and President Obama’s surprise appearance, and discussed Ellis’ efforts at CQRC […]

The Implications of the Growth of Social News

by Guest Contributor / Trends

This is a guest post by Jeremy Bamidele, a brand strategist, publicist and adjunct professor at Rancho Santiago Community College District. Jeremy is also a nationally syndicated journalist and writes for Huffington Post. According to Reuters’ Digital News Report 2015, an on-line poll about the future of digital news in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, […]