Yesterday, Rachel and Bre attended the Phoenix Business Journal’s Meet the Newsroom event held at the Phoenix Art Museum. Not only was the event a huge success, it was a testament as to why events like these are great way for PR pros to build relationships with the media. [Click below for more]
As "fake news" and "alternative facts" become more prevalent, and people look for only articles that have the news they want to hear, several media outlets have created campaigns to address it.
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We are still seeing the “if it bleeds, it leads” mentality is out there and remains a staple for many TV news outlets. And now we are seeing a new rival to get in the "A-block" of newscasts.
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Earlier this week multiple people in Rachel's circle posted an article from POLITICO Magazine, “What If the Newspaper Industry Made a Colossal Mistake?” on Facebook. As someone who still enjoys reading a physical newspaper, she had to chime in. Click the link to read her thoughts and share your own.
Teresa K. Traverse, who’s quickly made a name for herself as a freelance writing machine here in the Valley between her work at the Phoenix New Times, Modern Luxury, Phoenix Magazine, and with the Lifestyle Pubs’ family of magazines, among others, may seem like an expert on all things Phoenix and beyond – but she just moved here last summer from Virginia! Click the link to read all about how she got her start in writing, all about starting her career on the East Coast, how and why she made her move to Arizona. Of course, she also shares the types of stories she likes to get pitches on along the way.
Abbie came across an article about a month ago in New York magazine detailing the results of a survey of 113 colleagues working in print, television, and digital media, “asking that they use the opportunity to air their grievances and bare their souls.” She shares some of their responses – as well as her own. Click on the link to read the entire post, and would love you to share your thoughts as well.
Last night, during a swanky affair hosted by The Camby in Phoenix (as well as at sister celebrations across our region in Tucson, Salt Lake City, Flagstaff and Albuquerque), our chapter announced the 2016 Rocky Mountain Emmy nominees, the best and brightest in their field, each of whom are now eligible to take home the coveted Emmy Award at the 2016 Rocky Mountain Emmy Gala, taking place on Saturday, October 8 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale and hosted by comedian and actor David Koechner. Click the link to see the full list of nominees!