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During her interview with FOX News, Press Secretary Jen Psaki put on a show by being confident and assertive in response to pointed questions, a great example of how to prepare for an interview.
Podcasts are a booming market that PR pros can take advantage of, especially if they treat podcasters like reporters.
What a premiere… But if you don’t want any spoilers to the first episode of And Just Like That, the revamp of Sex and the City on HBO MAX, then read no further because it’s a big one (pun intended).
Without a baseline, how does one truly measure a company’s ESG efforts and accomplishments?
The Pat McAfee Show. If you didn’t know about it a week ago, you do now, all thanks to the goose that laid the golden egg – Aaron Rodgers and the controversy he created around his COVID-19 immunization (or lack thereof).
The National Football League, especially NFL MVP and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, have been sacked, by the truth, for an incalculable loss of reputation. If the NFL was ever trying to hold players accountable for their vaccination status, Rodgers fumbled that effort with a big public relations taboo: heavily misleading media.
By Bob Brady
We’re wishing the best for Naomi Osaka, the number two women’s tennis player in the world, who said she will be taking time away from the sport before the Olympics. Her agent released a statement at the end of last week noting that, “Naomi won’t be playing Wimbledon this year. She is taking some personal time with friends and family. She will be ready for the Olympics and is excited to play in front of her home fans.”
Getting a media pitch placed with a reporter is great, but it isn’t always easy. If it’s news, and for that matter, relevant news to a journalist, the chances are decent, but it’s not guaranteed since successful pitches can come down to timing and beating out other pitches for attention.
At the time of writing this (May 25), just under 40% of the U.S. population was fully vaccinated from COVID-19. That’s not quite where we need to be in order to get the coronavirus under wraps and allow people to return to normal activities, such as travel, safely.
A reporter for a major national news outlet recently declined a PR pitch with “Sorry. We’re all COVID, all the time.”
COVID-19 cases are growing in certain regions, resulting in numerous changes in health parameters for states and countries across the globe. New cases are boosted by strains of the virus that are reported to be more contagious.