March 8, 2018

What Makes News

Working in media relations is fraught with challenges to determine what is – and what is not news. Scott gives examples of this in today's blog post.
September 19, 2017

More Direct Connections Expected During NFL Season

At the end of the regular football season last year, I wrote a post about the changes the NFL was making to its social media policy.  […]
August 3, 2017
media pitching

PRSA Luncheon Recap | Tips for Media Pitching

If you live in the PR world, you know that a strong media pitch can make all the difference when it comes to securing coverage.  Media […]
January 19, 2016

#TipforTuesday: Here’s my story, please #embargo it

I’m part of a few different private Facebook groups and a couple weeks ago, one of the members posted a question about embargoing content and was […]
July 31, 2015

Toasting the TV Peeps

This just in – during a big ‘ole party at Aunt Chilada’s, located at 7330 N Dreamy Draw in Phoenix. The Emmy Nominations Party starts at […]
July 21, 2015

Engaging is Worth Your Time, Period

Last week, Abbie wrote a blog post titled Is Engaging Media on Twitter Worth Your Time, where she discussed if Twitter was an over-hyped way to […]
July 14, 2015

Is Engaging Media on Twitter Worth Your Time?

We were discussing at lunch the other day about on Twitter with real people.  Alison and I were reminiscing about a spontaneous coffee event that occurred […]
April 24, 2013

Apologizing for missteps

We’ve been chatting quite a bit over the past several days about “being right vs. being first.”  Seems the Associated Press has been talking about it, […]
July 30, 2012

#MediaMonday – Pitching Television

      Last week, I had the pleasure of attending my first ever PRSA media breakfast which was all about the do's and don’ts of […]
May 15, 2012

Magazine Media

While normally our #MM category signifies a #MediaMonday, this time it’s for “Magazine Media,” the theme of this month’s PRSA Media Breakfast. Taking place this Thursday, […]