This is great! I’m blogging this as much for myself as the communal intelligence of the blogosphere. For the sake of brevity, I plan to link back to this explanation in future blog posts. In the new issue of Wired, columnist, broadcaster and advertising industry pundit Bob Garfield sums up the MSM’s woes in one,…

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Ironically, right after they had their own PR crisis online and off, I’ve been hired to teach the university’s first class on the power of new media for marketing, PR and corporate communications at UCLA Extension‘s journalism, public relations and fund-raising program. In fact, the workshop, which starts Jan. 24, 2007 and continues through Feb.…

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PRSA president and CEO Cheryl Proctor-Rogers opened the PRSA International Conference in Salt Lake this afternoon with a challenge to public relations practitioners to be careful not to surround themselves only with others like themselves, who share the same cultural experience. Rather than just hire employees with similar political and social views, she reminded us…

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We completed the second annual Advanced PR Technology conference in New York, which included presentations from a number of thought leaders who generously shared their knowledge with a full house of agency and client side public relations practitioners. I’ve uploaded the slides from my opening keynote presentation, and here’s the links that the various speakers…

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