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By Joe McLeod I recently led a training session for public relations professions on writing and publishing op-eds. With numerous writing platforms available in the age of digital media, the op-ed can easily be overlooked as a viable tactic in the public relations playbook. The op-ed,...

Our PR roundup is a collection of top stories in PR and communications. Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal had a minor crisis on its hands last week after tweeting out a story about tennis players breaking Wimbledon’s all-white dress code. Unfortunately, it appears that in...

Our PR roundup is a collection of top stories in PR and communications. 1. Senate Health Care Bill One of the big stories swirling around the Senate health care bill this week was the CBO’s announcement that the bill could cause an estimated 22 million Americans to...

By Joe McLeod A press conference in crisis: Lessons from the Congressional baseball shooting In the wake of the shooting at the baseball field last week that critically injured House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and wounded three others, law enforcement agencies across the nation will evaluate this...

By Joe McLeod Since 1776, the Office of the President of the United States has been sought by thousands, yet the exclusive fraternity only consists of 45 men who have led the country through times of peace and peril. Some chief executives, like Lincoln and Kennedy,...

Our PR roundup is a collection of the week's top stories in PR and communications. The roundup is published on Fridays and written by Joe, Chad and our team of rockstar interns.  1. Trump This one may sit atop our list for quite some time. Where do we start?...

By Joe McLeod President Donald Trump delivered a sixteen-minute Inaugural Address on Friday that stoked the emotions of viewers throughout the country and across the world. Supporters celebrated the new president’s repeated call to “make American great again.” Opponents – including millions of women who protested...

We're excited to announce our new interns this semester, Chloe and Michael. Each semester, we offer internships for college juniors and seniors studying public relations. These up-and-coming PR professionals have the chance to gain hands-on experience in an agency setting while learning what it's like to work...