Public Relations Journal

Articles from Vol. 45, No. 6, June

Helping Internal Audiences Cope
Helping internal audiences cope At 9:15 a.m. on wednesday, Sept. 14, 1988, a young man walked into the Armed Forces Recruiting Station in suburban Richmond, virginia. Armed with a handgun, a Soviet-made AK-47 semi-automatic rifle and two 30-round...
Improving Your Small Organization's Image
Improving your small organization's image SMALL organizations that perceive the need to get a better grip on their organizational images but feel hampered by limited budgets can do a lot to help themselves. If an organization's managers are motivated...
PRJ's Fourth Annual Salary Survey
PRJ's FOURTH ANNUAL SALARY SURVEY Median salaries have increased only marginally for the public relations field, and the gender gap is still very much a fact, according to PRJ's recently-completed Fourth Annual Salary Survey. The self-selecting...
Taping Reporters
Taping reporters YOU'VE worked hard to get press coverage for your client. Now, that same client is griping about "crummy reporting" (and that's his or her kindest statement). The gripe, in a nutshell, centers on misquotes, out-of-context attribution...
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