What not to do if you’re a PR student

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I Google myself, don’t you?
Last week I came across a search result that was disturbing. The search came back with a result that said a web page was an interview with me, Brian Camen. Once I clicked on the web page, it wasn’t me. It was an interview with someone by the name of Logan […]

Guest Post: If newspaper editors taught media relations

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This guest post comes from Daryl James, former newspaper editor and reporter turned communications pro.  Daryl also taught news writing as an adjunct professor at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2007 and 2008.
 
I never studied PR, so I don’t know what they teach in school about the proper way to write a news […]

The Chronicles of Sarah Palin

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It didn’t even take a week for the first Vice Presidential nominee from the state of Alaska to become the most talked about female on the internet. In the same day, America found out that Sarah Palin’s daughter is five month’s pregnant and her husband once received a DUI. I’m wondering how the Republicans PR […]

Do’s and don’ts if you’re new to PR

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In my first year of work I’ve accomplished a lot. I’m not doing the typical entry-level PR work that most at my level do. I was thrown in at the deep end and I’ve been treading water just fine. I get to communicate w/ major local, national and international outlets on a daily basis. But […]