Media In Focus: The Justice Gap

13.12.19

What is it in a sentence? An award-winning online magazine that shines the light on those parts of the law and justice system that don’t often see the light of day in the mainstream UK media – like social injustice stories, criminal and family issues.  How will this benefit me as a PR PRO? For […]

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Must-Read Book: Logiccomix – An Epic Search for Truth by Apostolos K. Doxiadis, Christos H. Papadimitriou, Alecos Papadatos (Illustrator), Annie Di Donna (Illustrator)

12.12.19

Who doesn’t love comics? I’m obsessed with them.  When I was a small boy, I vividly remember the highlight at the end of the week was going to Salmons newsagents in Ballinasloe with my Nan and getting the latest issue of The Beano, The Dandy, or Roy of the Rovers. I’d race home and settle […]

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Must-Read Book: The True Believer – Thoughts On The Nature Of Mass Movements By Eric Hoffer

12.12.19

There are certain books that are essential to understanding your chosen craft. They speak a truth that is the basis, or foundation stone, for much of what is accepted about what you do. If you work in communications of any sort – The True Believer by Eric Hoffer is one of those books.  Eric Hoffer, […]

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Must-Listen Podcast Episode: Erika Taylor Montgomery, CEO of Three Girls Media On Pitching PR With Lesley Luce

11.12.19

What is the podcast? This is an episode of the Pitching PR podcast by Pitch Graphic Design where the host, Lesley Luce, speaks to seasoned PR expert and CEO of Three Girls Media, Erika Taylor Montgomery, about the lessons that can be learned from none other than the Queen of R’n’B herself, Beyoncé. During their […]

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The Mid-Week PR Read Resource Notes: Issue 13

10.12.19

We know you’re always busy and here at MediaHQ we aim to give you some of your time back thus we’ve put together all the resources you need for further reading on this week’s PR essentials meaning you’ve all the important links under one place. 1. Must-Read Book: Here Comes Everyone by Clay Shirky Here […]

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PR Tactic in Focus: The Press Conference

10.12.19

What is it? It is when you invite all of the media to come to an event where you are going to share a newsworthy story.  Why should you use it? If you are certain that the news that you have to share is going to be big, and that there will be significant interest […]

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Journalist You Need To Know: Maeve McClenaghan

09.12.19

  What’s her beat? Maeve is an award-winning investigative journalist who works for The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (The Bureau), a London-based not-for-profit organisation that undertakes investigative journalism that is in the public interest. Describe her in a sentence  Fearless journalist with a flair for deeply investigating topics of interest, such as serious crimes, political […]

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Must Listen Podcast Episode: Dr Edna Ayme-Yahil, Chief Marketing; Communications Officer for Panalpina On Women In PR with Ana Adi

06.12.19

What is the podcast? Women in PR is hosted by Dr Ana Adi, Professor of PR/Corporate Communications at Quadriga University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, and explores inspiring women who have embraced PR and made it shine. Why should you listen to this episode? This podcast is a must-listen for those who work in PR […]

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PR Tactic In Focus: The Photocall

04.12.19

What is it? When you gather press photographers and videographers together to take a picture or video footage for a story. Photocalls have evolved from a straight ‘picture opportunity’ to one where video clips are very important. Why should you use it? The old maxim is very true: “A picture is worth a 1,000 words.” If […]

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