#PRinHistory – The “OG” Press Release Was a Huge Train Wreck (Sorta)

Who Started All This? That Would Be PR Man, Ivy Lee The press release has been in use for well over a century now. To this day, journalists still rely heavily on them to find the stories their readers, viewers, and listeners – and they’re showing...
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#PRinHistory: Nixon’s “Honor America” Attempt to Honor Himself Goes Awry

WARNING: I am violating my #1 rule of “never talk politics in business” (forgive me) for the main reason of showcasing a historical perspective that occurred 20 years ago in order to educate and enlighten on the poor use of “PR.” DISCLAIMER: This...
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