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Tried and True Adages that Apply to PR

Posted Jun. 28th 2018

By Claire Olech (former Bianchi Public Relations intern and recent PR grad. You can find her on LinkedIn.) As a PR student, it’s customary to receive advice from professionals who have experience in the field. It may come in different packaging, but often, it’s an old adage that you’ve heard before around the dinner table. […]

CEO Media Interview Mistake #4 – Not Knowing the Journalist’s Policy on Pre-Publication Reviews of CEO Quotes

Posted Jun. 14th 2018

Reporters NEVER allow CEOs to review their quotes before a story runs, right? Contrary to popular belief among PR professionals, many of today’s journalists will actually allow CEOs or their PR representative to review their quotes for stories prior to publication. According to a survey of more than 110 journalists around the world conducted by […]

Partners in Fact: Social Day of Action

Posted Jun. 5th 2018

Today, we are participating in a Social Day of Action with the News Literacy Project, the PR Council and many of our PRGN colleagues to underscore the importance of news literacy. Do you investigate news sources to evaluate their veracity, biases or emotional cues? In this day in age, it’s critical to practice and teach […]

CEO Media Interview Mistake #1 – Ignoring the Growing Demands on Reporters

Posted Mar. 15th 2018

Reporters’ Duties Growing with Social/Digital; Creating New PR Opportunities Journalists are facing increasingly intense pressure to produce multimedia stories and to build engagement for their stories on social media, according to a recent Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) survey of more than 110 journalists around the world. And these changes are creating new opportunities for […]

PRGN Partners’ Advice for PR Graduates

Posted Feb. 27th 2018

We asked our PRGN (Public Relations Global Network) partners from around the world to share some advice for PR graduates. Here’s what they had to say: Jorge Martinez, The Conroy Martinez Group, Miami The three things that are most important to us when we hire an entry level person: 1. Experience – we like to […]

10 Tips for Giving a Great Speech at the Holiday Party

Posted Dec. 6th 2016

Guest post by Christina McKenna, President, Bluestone Executive Communications Editor’s note: Here we go: The holiday office party season is upon us. Year after year, this is our most popular post. We’re pleased to bring it back for a holiday encore. Please share with anyone who needs a shot of inspiration-or courage. Cheers!Ah, the office […]

BPR’s Top 25 PR Projects: #4 Domino’s DXP Launch Press Conference (2015)

Posted Oct. 13th 2016

When Domino’s wanted an automotive PR expert to help launch the pizza industry’s first purpose-built delivery vehicle, they came to the Bianchi PR team. Together with our PRGN partner Stevens Strategic Communications, the team delivered a proposal that the client said “blew the doors off” the proposals submitted by other Detroit firms. After winning approval […]

Where Do Journalists Go to Research Your CEO Before a Media Interview?

Posted Jul. 8th 2016

Most journalists around the globe have the same basic goal – to get the story. But HOW and WHERE they do research on the CEO prior to an interview varies widely, especially depending upon what part of the world they’re working in, according to our partners in the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN – www.prgn.com). […]

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