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Maximizing your PRofile

I attended the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) conference in San Francisco this week, an annual gathering filled with learning, sharing and networking opportunities for a couple of thousand communication educators. As always at these events, I learned a lot. AEJMC’s Public Relations Division sponsored an on-site visit to LinkedIn, where we heard from two experts on… Read more »

CorPoRate communications

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One of the highlights of my participation in the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)’s annual conference in Montreal this week was seeing Michael Krempasky of Edelman Public Relations.  Krempasky presented “Digital Public Affairs: From the campaign trail and corporate communications” to 100 PR and communications educators. Krempasky, general manager of Edelman’s Digital Public Affairs team and adjunct professor at Georgetown, talked… Read more »

ImPoRtant work

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For most of my three decades as a communications professional I put together content and programs for target audiences on behalf of my employers.  Whether it was my brief time as a reporter or my lengthier tenure as a public relations practitioner, I worked on instinct, direction from my bosses, and trial-and-error.  I also got professional advice and learned about the… Read more »