During 60 Minutes' 50th anniversary show, it was revealed that some stories reported were inaccurate or incorrect. So how did the longest-running broadcast in primetime television history earn its credibility back? [Click below for more]
Last week I attended the PRSA Phoenix State of PR 2017 + Annual Meeting luncheon and it was great! The luncheon included a great panel that reviewed trends in technology, communications, ethics and more.
Rachel is really enjoying the fake news topic right now. After coming across a blog post about how PR pros can defend themselves against fake news, she thought it would be a good idea to share what she had learned. [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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It is so easy to see a headline on a social media post, nod your head in agreement and push the share button. But recently, many have been noticing fake news keeps getting thrown in the mix. Google and Facebook have now taken the stance of banning these fake news sites to prevent the spread of fake news.
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