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Grammar Hammer: Why So Tense? “While I was walking through the park, this giant spider appears out of nowhere and scared the living daylights out of me!” What’s wrong with that sentence? Absolutely nothing, i...more
Created By: Cathy Spicer
Created: Sep 6, 2013
Angie’s Social Media Angels: Feeding America With all of the negativity that can be seen through social media, it is nice to find people whose words are uplifting and positive. Twice a month, I will spotlight a person (or organization) that is m...more
Created By: Angela Smith
Created: Sep 5, 2013
Media 411: Buying Promoted Tweets to Complain Most of my Media 411 articles are about mainstream media, not social media as is today’s case, but I was convinced I needed to switch it up this time around. My colleague (ahem, Polina Opelbaum...more
Created By: Evelyn Tipacti
Created: Sep 5, 2013
NLGJA: Covering the Big Story How do you go about covering the biggest story of your career? How do you set up protocols? How should journalists conduct themselves? I heard the answers to these questions and more, at the NLGJA Nat...more
Created By: Angela Smith
Created: Sep 4, 2013
MEDIAware September Media Moves MEDIAware, PR Newswire’s Audience Research Department newsletter, features recent media news and job changes in the industry. Here is a sampling of this month’s edition: Newsweek Magazi...more
Created By: Kevin Frey
Created: Sep 4, 2013
Blog Notes: Environmental, Energy & Sustainability Blogs Blog Notes is a helping of blogs recently reviewed on PR Newswire for Bloggers. This summer, we focused on energy blogs as part of an occasional series. Do you have a blog that you would like review...more
Created By: Christine Cube
Created: Sep 3, 2013
Managing the Student Loan Challenge Student loan debt is real and deters all students – especially low-income students – from attending and completing college. Money is always a stressful issue with students from low-inco...more
Created By: Lynne Martin
Created: Sep 3, 2013
Lessons Learned On My Summer Vacation Summer vacation causes us to slow down and do things we don’t have time for normally. Banks require all of their employees who have involvement with customer accounts to take two consecutiv...more
Created By: Jeff Spears
Created: Sep 3, 2013
You Tube - Network Killer This weekend, I dialed up YouTube and watched a half-dozen fly fishing videos in preparation for an upcoming trip. Later, I watched three segments about New Orleans, also for an upcoming trip. I could...more
Created By: Greg Berardi
Created: Sep 3, 2013
NLGJA Convention: Lessons Learned from the Boston Marathon Attacks Journalists did remarkable work covering the stories surrounding the Boston attacks. As everyone knows, there were mistakes made due to the speed of reporting during that fast-paced week. At the NLGJ...more
Created By: Angela Smith
Created: Sep 3, 2013
Writing for Audience: Honor Your True Voice and Learn From Bloggers (This is first in a two-part series by PR Newswire media relations managers Christine Cube and Amanda Hicken. Check back tomorrow for part two.) When I selected print journalism as my major at Radf...more
Created By: Christine Cube
Created: Sep 3, 2013
How To Repair Relationships Truly loving, nurturing and sustainable relationships are not happening for a great many of us. The reasons for this have to do with our ego getting in the way, with our unwillingness to be more...more
Created: Sep 2, 2013
Grammar Hammer: A Fall Reading List Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. Kids are back in school. Fall schedules start filling up with football games, soccer games, and band practice. Those household projects you&rs...more
Created By: Cathy Spicer
Created: Aug 30, 2013
Media 411: Journalism and Digital Security Journalists depend on the information their sources provide to write and report the stories they work on every single day. Can you imagine working on a huge story and then discovering that your comput...more
Created By: Evelyn Tipacti
Created: Aug 29, 2013
Which Way Should You Lean? In response to the widespread publicity on Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, Money Magazine asked me to comment for their counterpoint article Lean Out. I was quoted as advising that if you seek g...more
Created By: Stefanie Smith
Created: Aug 29, 2013
Focused Content: Lessons From Profitable Publishers Data excerpted from the Association of Magazine Media resources. It’s no secret that traditional media outlets are struggling to recalibrate their business models to fit today’s digit...more
Created By: Sarah Skerik
Created: Aug 29, 2013
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