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Corporate Communication and Public Relations students blog about trends, technology, and PR topics



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Social Media: How dependent are we?prclass

Mon, 04 Dec 2006 05:09:03 +0000

Social Media is said to be the “father of blogging.” Blogging is, well as you probably know a rapidly growing form of communication not only among the publics but professional as well. There are many different forms of Social Media. The main types I researched were Podcasting, Wikis, and Social Networks. Social Media is “rewriting […](image)


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Podcasting: Get ahead of the game, before the wave hits hard!prclass

Sun, 12 Nov 2006 17:28:25 +0000

By: Alison Geraghty For those who are not sure what podcasting is, you may be categorized as a blinking 12.  Blinking 12, as I have learned from http://www.podcast411.com/f12.html is someone who is technologically challenged.  They are those who can not figure out how to program their VCR after a power shortage and when you walk […](image)


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FEMA – A Public Relations Embarassmentprclass

Sun, 12 Nov 2006 22:15:07 +0000

The United States’ Federal Emergency Response Agency (FEMA) has been a public relations (PR) embarrassment for most of its history. Recently, it was the scapegoat for everything Hurricane Katrina related. Headlines reagarding FEMA’s reaction to the disaster read: “Aid workers turned away at the Louisiana border”, “Housing Trailers sitting in empty warehouses”, “Hundreds of New […](image)


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Offshore Labour- Edited Versionprclass

Sun, 12 Nov 2006 22:11:09 +0000

After researching for an assignment on Offshore Labour, there are many trends and themes, which are common to this topic. Today, I am going to post a blog on one of the trends relating to Offshore Labour.  A reason why businesses and companies rely on offshore labour is to reduce costs and to be more effective. My research […](image)


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Edit = Digital Copyright Trends – Laura Sykesprclass

Sun, 12 Nov 2006 20:45:02 +0000

Digital copyright is an area where the technology has advanced a lot faster than the laws and social codes.  Both companies and consumers have been unsure how to proceed, with companies refusing to advance at the rate needed and consumers wanting more.  The emergences of companies, such as iTunes, who exist in the newer technological […](image)


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Etiquette in an Electronic Eraprclass

Sun, 12 Nov 2006 03:01:44 +0000

Saturday, November 11 2006 Bree Piccinin    In business today, technology is seen as an ever present hindrance. When transmitting important information or data through e-mails, or by other technological means, a substantial amount of miscommunication can occur.  By removing face to face contact from business practices we often forget to address important issues, overlook […](image)


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The PR Agencyprclass

Sat, 11 Nov 2006 22:19:07 +0000

There are many areas of specializations within PR and various kinds of PR agencies. In recent years, PR agencies specialties have reflected an increased growth and emphasis in crisis communication PR, on-line PR, and technology/IT PR. Social media is transforming marketing, media, and public relations, and a new breed of PR specialists is emerging. The […](image)


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PR Consultantprclass

Sat, 11 Nov 2006 20:52:26 +0000

There are two different types of public relations consultants. One is an independent consultant and the other is a public relations consultant who works for a consultancy.             An independent consultant works independently with many clients at one time. Because they don’t work for a consultancy, they are more flexible because they are not tied […](image)


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Disaster Relief and PRprclass

Thu, 09 Nov 2006 20:44:42 +0000

This world has seen its hard times and with the disasters that go on, this world still manages to come together and raise awareness and money to help those countries or cities in need. It seems through globalization, the world is more supportive then it used to be. You would think that with all the […](image)


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Public Relations in Chinaprclass

Wed, 08 Nov 2006 19:09:22 +0000

By this point in our lives I’m sure we are all very familiar with the phrase, “Made in China,” found on the objects and articles that litter our lives.  We’ve probably heard of the booming economy and exploding population in that country too.  However, if you are like me, you probably don’t think of public relations […](image)


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