Newsrooms are becoming inundated with bot technology. Here's a look at how it's become a vital tool for journalists.
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In this post, we identify the PR 101 fundamentals the industry needs to remember, no matter how digital habits evolve.
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Running a blog isn’t easy. If you want to stand out in the large crowd of bloggers, you must work to create a formidable brand.
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Check out the most important takeaways for PR pros from the latest Cision State of the Media Report.
Each month, we highlight a select number of news sites under a timely category. Here are some of our favorites for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Daniel DeMay promoted at SeattlePI, Catherine Gundersen departs GQ, Joanna Slater to join WaPo
Congressional Quarterly and Roll Call merged in 2009. We had some questions about what it’s like covering Washington today.
With print becoming less important to audiences, telling stories in more visual ways is critical – and public relations professionals can help.
People are consuming content in various ways these days. It’s time to give people what they want where they want it.
By supporting the press in all that they do, PR professionals can help ensure that the American dream and the laws that govern it stay in place permanently.
Cision surveyed journalists in six countries this year about their perception of the media industry. And we’re amazed at how things have changed.
There are variables that companies can control to sway social influence to their benefit. It boils down to listening to who social influencers are and understanding what resonates with both them and their audiences.
Taking the extra time to build a comprehensive database of well-researched and targeted contacts will help you better develop relationships with media — which will ultimately lead to results in the form of earned coverage.
In a highly-shared article on The Atlantic recently, senior editor Derek Thompson suggested that struggling media organizations have only one option. Instead of “pivoting” like a startup towards new forms of advertising, or new storytelling...
Karen Shimizu starts at Food & Wine, Joanne Lipman steps down at USA Today, Patrick Kulp and Emma Hinchcliffe no longer at Mashable, and more.
Kate Duguid changes teams at Reuters, Monica Drake at NYT and Jeff Watchel at NBC get promotions, and more.