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Comment on PR Open Mic by MARANDA BUTLER

Wed, 05 May 2010 01:55:31 +0000

I AM NOT A BIG FAN OF PR OPEN MIC. I HAVE ONNLY ACCESSED MY ACCOUNT ABOUT 3 TIMES SINCE I HAVE CREATED IT. I FIND IT A BIT HARD TO USE, AND A LITTLE USELESS. HOWEVER I CANNOT DENY THAT IT IS AN EXCELLENT PR NETWORKIGN SITE TO USE. THE INTERNSHIPS PAGE IS ALSO ONE OF MY FAVORITES. ALTHOUGH I HAVE COMPLETED AN INTERNSHIP ALREADY I THINK THAT IT IS A GREAT TOOL TO USE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS THAT ARE LOOKING FOR POSTIONS. THE JOB POSTING LINK IS ALSO ANOTHER ONE OF MY FAVORITES.



Comment on Multimedia storytelling by MARANDA BUTLER

Wed, 05 May 2010 01:53:01 +0000

ELEMENTS OF MULTIMEDIA STORYTELLING IS ALL AROUND US WHETHER WE ARE AWRE OF IT OR NOT. EVERYTIME YOU GO TO A BLOG OR A NEWS MEDIA WEBSITE YOU ARE READING SOME SORT OF MULTIMEDIA STORY. I ENCOURAGE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE VIDEOS. HEY LEARN AS MUCH AS YOU CAN BEFORE YOU GRADUATE AND ENTER THE REAL WORLD.



Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by PRCA 3330: Blog Comments « Exploring the World of Blogging

Tue, 27 Apr 2010 20:19:06 +0000

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Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by carriebethabramson

Tue, 27 Apr 2010 19:45:25 +0000

I agree, I think that on television and in movies the job of a public relations practitioner is glamorized and people do not realize the amount of work that they actually have to do. Of course, PR people get the opportunity to run events which can be seen as fun and exciting to outsiders, but they do not get to see what all has to be done behind the scenes. Not to mention, PR people are working at events, not socializing. I think that anyone in this major who thinks that will have a job like Samantha from "Sex and The City" is going to be in for a ride awakening!



Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by Blog Comments « Chris Yates

Tue, 27 Apr 2010 19:40:10 +0000

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Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by Chris Yates

Tue, 27 Apr 2010 19:38:29 +0000

You're right about the show Sex and the City. It does portray negative sterotypes about the PR profession (as well as a number of other things). There's a lot of other TV shows and movies that do the same thing. In my PR senior seminar class, we looked at several works of fiction that dealt with public relations. Our goal was to get an idea of why pop culture portrays PR the way it does. My take on the whole thing is simply that writers and producers of television shows are looking to entertain people. The fact is that a PR professionals life is not full of cocktail parties and expensive dinners, but that is what people want to see.



Comment on What makes a story newsworthy? by wynnk89

Mon, 26 Apr 2010 20:21:13 +0000

I really like this post. You stated some good ways that makes a story "newsworthy." Too add to your post, I found this video on Youtube about a guy talking about how things have changed when reporting news and what actually makes something "newsworthy" in today's society. He says a pretty cool quote-- "if it bleeds it leads, if it thinks it stinks---drama gets viewers interested." I feel this is so true. I feel like more people would no more about Tiger Woods and his mistresses than issues with a new health care bill. Check out the video--it's pretty cool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FW0Jp_pB6Qw



Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by Sarahgricius's Blog

Mon, 26 Apr 2010 01:21:32 +0000

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Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by sarahgricius

Mon, 26 Apr 2010 01:18:24 +0000

I tend to agree a little with your statement, but at the same time disagree. Although, her job does entail some aspects of PR, everyone knows the show is a drama series and is not based on a reality TV show. If the show commented that it was based on a true storyline, then yes, I might be a little concerned, but in truth all of it is made up. And if you want to look at it in a different angle, Samantha does wear expensive clothes, which means she has money to be buying these types of clothes so she should be doing something right in her job to dress that way. Although I do have to admit that I am quite sick of shows portraying the PR profession in a negative way, we as upcoming practitioners need to change this viewpoint and make it a point in our careers not to fall into these stereotypes. -Sarah Gricius



Comment on Samantha “Sex and the City” by Blog Comments – PR 3330 « PR Writing 3330 – Section A

Thu, 22 Apr 2010 14:50:45 +0000

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