The age of authenticity
Cohn & Wolfe, 2014
What do we mean by the Age Of Authenticity? Consider the following: In a world of ‘digital everything’, there is no privacy and nowhere to bury bad news. Data leaks everywhere, from the supposedly top-secret revelations of Edward Snowden to the private mobile phone accounts of celebrities. Digital cameras capture confidential conversations, brutal wars, dangerous working conditions and embarrassing political gaffes.
The message shifts
10 Global Communication Trends in 2014
From Brand Journalism, to Crisis in the ‘always on’ era; Burson-Marsteller’s Jeremy Galbraith on the trends that will shape public relations and the wider communications sphere.
GOP has lost the advantage on health care they had for many years: Mark Penn
Mark Penn, 28 Jul 2017
Mark Penn, former Hillary Clinton 2008 campaign chief strategist, on the state of the Republican Party and voters’ views on all the investigations in Washington, D.C.
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A couple of decades ago, it took big money to do a high-end parody of a corporate advertising or communications campaign. NGOs, activists, or satirists didn’t have those kind of budgets. So any parody relied on inexpensive stunts. Video cameras cost tens of thousands of dollars and a decent video editing suite could run into seven figures. But your work would remain an obscure bit of vanity publishing because apart from cable community access channels, no one would distribute it.
Kantar Media, 2015
People have been sounding the death knell for PR for far too long. If PR were dead, it would be gone. The fact is, PR is still here, day-to-day tasks may have changed but it is no less important to most businesses. PR is not dead. The future of PR is bright, and here is why.
Burson Marsteller, 2015
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Cohn & Wolfe, 2012
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Cohn & Wolfe, 2012
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