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How Can Nonprofit Organizations Tell Inclusive Stories?
Every word counts and when telling inclusive stories, it’s important to use language that both values and prioritizes people. Justin Liggin shares the significance of inclusive language after attending a PRSA presentation from DEI expert Amira Barger. Read more!READ MORE
Change Your Story, Change the Impact
Telling a story, whether our own or those of others, is a great responsibility. We owe it to ourselves and those around us to make it as impactful as possible. Read more from Abbie Fink in today's blog post, drawing insight from the PRSA Western District Conference.READ MORE
2023 PRSA Fact and Fiction: Trends in Local Media Takeaways
In today's blog, Rayna Burgett outlines the takeaways from the PRSA virtual event “Fact and Fiction: Trends in Local Media.”READ MORE
PRSA Phoenix Honors the Best of the Best
The PRSA Phoenix chapter celebrated the best of the best in public relations campaigns and strategies at its annual Copper Anvil awards. Read more on the event and its honorees in this post from Abbie Fink.READ MORE
Communicators Guide the Narrative Around Civility and Combatting Misinformation
Everybody with internet access and an opinion can share their views online. So how can you know that what you read online is factual? Learn more with Abbie Fink, Dr. Adrian McIntyre and special guest Michelle Olson on this week's podcast episode of #CSOM!READ MORE
What Started as a Family-owned Business is Still Thriving Today
The printing press helped pioneer the mass production of printed copy. Abbie Fink recently visited an old printing press shop called Hatch Show Print and shares more about it in today's blog post.READ MORE
How Can Games Enhance News Literacy?
Determining what is fact and fiction when it comes to news has become more and more difficult. The term “mainstream media” is an oxymoron that has glorified platforms such as FOX News, CNN, MSNBC and now Parlor, that epitomize slanted coverage and opinionated information. It’s not a game. It’s a real-life quandary for many to […]READ MORE
How To Combat Misinformation
Combatting misinformation is part of the Public Relations Society of America’s 2021 national platform. As a member of the PRSA College of Fellows, I had an opportunity to listen in on a presentation about this new initiative, Voices4Everyone. It’s a program to create an atmosphere where democracy and informed decision-making can thrive. (The other three […]READ MORE
Decades of Copper Anvils – #HMATurns40
Throughout the past 40 years, Team HMA has strived to give clients award-winning work. Today, we take a look back at the Copper Anvils and how they have changed through the years.READ MORE
How do you achieve a good work life balance? Abbie recently talked with a PR Student from Brigham University to share her tips on the best ways to meet professional goals while keeping stress at bay. Click the link to read more.READ MORE
PRSA Phoenix and AZABJ Open Dialogue on Race Relations
The topic of race relations has been top-of-mind recently. Recognizing the need for an opportunity for discussion, PRSA Phoenix and AZABJ hosted a virtual panel discussion for local communicators and journalists to have an open dialogue on race.READ MORE
Is Leadership Your Superpower?
After attending a PRSA Western District webinar, Alison reflects on the qualities of leadership. Do you have what it takes to be a great leader? Click the link to read more!READ MORE