We’re living in a world where the leader of the U.S. tweets his every movement and #burn is so common, even grandmas know what it means. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat: We use them every day – personally and professionally. But how do we know when our online game has gone too far? You’ve written a […]Read more »
Archive for January, 2017
Does This Tweet Make Me Look Insensitive?
Lights, Camera, Organization!
The last couple of months at BPR have been an exciting flurry of new cameras, lenses, audio equipment and learning experiences. As demand for video increased, it quickly became apparent that while building a new program, we needed to implement a unique system of organization. Of course, there is no “right way” to run your […]Read more »
Will you accept this…pitch?
As a male in a predominately female office, I’ve had to learn to adapt to the likes and dislikes of the female majority when it comes to pop culture. One of those things, which I have now grown to love, is The Bachelor. I began by checking out The Bachelorette last season with hesitation, but […]Read more »
“Mindset of a Guardian, Heart of a Warrior:” Serving As Public Information Officer For a Major Police Department
– Anne Buchanan Last month, the Philadelphia Chapter of PRSA bestowed its Integrity Award on Lieutenant John Stanford, Public Information Officer for the Philadelphia Police Department. The award annually recognizes an individual or team whose efforts mirror the core value of PRSA’s Code of Ethics and Professional Standards, including advocacy, honesty, loyalty and transparency. I […]Read more »
Writing About Complex Subjects
As a PR practitioner, I have a few not-so-shocking confessions to make: I’m not a lawyer, nor am I an accountant. Additionally, I have never attended medical school, and I haven’t had a chance to get much experience in investing, either. Yet it’s often my job to take highly complex topics and break them down […]Read more »