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Audit What Indiana got for its crisis PR pact (Indy Star)
Protest Environmental protester interrupts Volkswagen CEO at press conf (Jalopnik)
Corporate Valeant CEO races to repair drug maker's reputation (WSJ)
Cybersecurity Fix what you know, prepare for what you don't (A. Mitchell)
Ethics Apple vs. the FBI (E. Tchividjian)
Healthcare How physicians can maintain transparency on social media (E. O'Brien)
Food/Bev How Millennials are shaping the booze business (K. Myers)
PR 101 Your voicemail message is as important as any presentation (J. Newman)
Media Congressman whacks MSNBC over diversity (Wash Post)
Even traditional outlets such NPR and the Wall Street Journal are hopping on the pop culture bandwagon with webpages, segments, and blogs dedicated to this topic.
Students, among the biggest victims of excess Wi-Fi radiation, are starting to speak up. Kill Zone USA notes there are now 594,309 cell towers emitting pulsed radiation. Wireless burglar alarms are a no-no.
The University of Missouri system, the 77,000-student public education juggernaut in the Show Me State, is calling for proposals for PR support to provide crisis management and other communications counsel after national scrutiny last year.
Retail Catalog interview has Lands' End on its heels (NY Times)
Crisis Company that wrote book on crisis comms adds new chapter (F. Strong)
Tech Apple, FBI fight moves to Capitol Hill (LA Times)
Timing Appeals court reinstates fraud case against Trump University (Consumerist)
PR 101 How to be a media expert (J. Finnegan)
Entertainment How Justin Bieber turned his reputation around (E!)
Politics Nothing will redeem the reputations of Trump's GOP collaborators (G. Will)
Sports Ronda Rousey's PR team: Don't ask about fighting or 'she will walk out' (M. Alexander)
Cision has utilized social monitoring tools to predict the Super Tuesday races.
Many of the proposals our politicians are presenting, and the ways in which they are brought forth, are simply embarrassing.
The Santa Cruz, Calif., County Board of Supervisors, acting on a request of the Board of Health, declared “smart” (wireless) electric and water meters to be “health hazards, safety and consumer fraud risks.” (1 reader comment)
PR 101 Be new to be newsworthy (C. Penn)
Media Relations Applying supply and demand theory to media relations (L. Hoffman)
Essay The irrational thing about trust (S. Godin)
Tech How the tech industry can improve its reputation (K. Sprehe)
Healthcare Can PhRMA's new boss help change industry's image? (J. LaMattina)
Corporate Cadillac uses Oscars to create new image (Free Press)
Social 6 takeaways from social media week (R. McPherson)
Entertainment PR execs toast Oscars over power dinner (Page Six)
Careers 6 things you'll never hear today's PR pros say (R. Kirschen)
Politics Super Tuesday and the emergence of the nominees? (M. Bennett)
Westhampton, N.Y., library president Tom Moore, citing the position of the FCC on alleged dangers of Wi-Fi, said Feb. 26 that the library would keep its Wi-Fi system. Critics responded.
Following the news of an agency-wide restructuring of PR properties at holding company Omnicom, OMC unit Porter Novelli has named a new global chief operating officer and president of its North America region.