PR & Media Relations

The Right to Remain Silent?

One of my favorite bits of public relations advice to give is this: build relationships when things are good. If you proactively tell your story, you prevent someone else from telling it for you. This past week our social media newsfeeds were chock full of images of police officers, along...

Media Monthly with Candace Dunkley, TWC

  Members of the media and PR pros can be friends. Yes, really. That sentiment is the basis behind the “Media Monthly,” a Q&A that gives our blog readers a better insight into some of our favorite journalists. We ask some questions and our media pals weigh in. Now, enough...

More than Magic

“Work your magic on this” is a phrase we often hear from our clients. It’s flattering, but we know that what we do is far more complex than waving a wand. (We wish it were that simple!) Without a doubt, our greatest tricks involve more than a glitter-covered stick, a...

The “PR Naughty Chair”

Many of us first heard about the concept of the “naughty chair” on a reality television show called Supernanny. The discipline technique was utilized by families, under the guidance of expert nanny Jo Frost, to get out of control children back to their center. The misbehaving child would be told...