News broke last week that Sinclair Broadcast Group had its anchors from across the country recite the same scripted anti-print media message on camera. Is this what news stations will be like going forward?
Our work with communities and associations in the economic development realm expose us to a lot of information related to why businesses want to relocate to Arizona. In Arizona, many of those educated and available workers are coming from one of four places.
Alison came across a story in the New York Post about “the side hustle." Of course, it focused on how more than 50% of Millennials are the ones doing the side hustling. But here is the thing: every member of our office, which includes a borderline Baby Boomer, a Gen Xer and two Oregon Trailers has a side hustle (or two).
As public relations professionals, we spend a tremendous amount of our workday in front of the keyboard. This includes writing news releases, drafting talking points, speeches for key executives, memos to employees, etc. And more often than not, these communications pieces are written on behalf of someone else.
Last week, Alison had the privilege of speaking in her friend and long-time local journalist Christia Gibbons’ class at ASU’s Cronkite School. The students were split down the middle as to whether they were looking to go into careers in journalism or public relations.