And the Academy Award for Best PSA goes to…

If there were an Oscar for PSAs, I’ve found my pick for 2010. Over the past few years, I’ve seen scores of PSAs that cram enough gore for a Tarantino movie into a single 30-second…

Did he just say the s-word?

If you follow Jonathan Cheban or Simon Huck on Twitter, you’re no stranger to the new E! reality show “The SPINdustry,” which takes viewers behind the scenes of NYC firm Command PR. As a PR student, I…

Find Your Inner Gaga

Last Monday, I was sitting in the living room with my roommate waiting to watch one of our crazy addictions, The Bachelor. With my computer in my lap, I pulled up my Twitter account and…

Editing is a Blessing. One Big Blessing.

Late Monday night I sat down to edit an article I wrote as a part of a group project for one of my PR classes. As I quickly skimmed over my work I assumed I…

A Social Media Ghost?

We live in a world where we expect people to write speeches for others. Our teachers tell us it could be part of our daily job description. Writing for the vice president or president of…

Not Quite JLo

After several months of planning and preparation, with a sigh of relief, I’m happy to announce that I have successfully survived my first event planning experience. The University of Alabama’s Public Relations Student Society of…

Blog Etiquette: Ready, set, post!

Technology today allows almost anyone to be an active participant in the world of communication. But, who sets and enforces the rules of the Internet? Shouldn’t some things just be common sense? Posting a blog…

Disaster.com – How the Internet Can Help You in a Crisis

This post is related to the Platform article “Crisis Communication 101 — Basic Rules of Managing a Crisis” by Philip Turkowitsch. Communication tools on the World Wide Web allow us to distribute messages to millions…

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