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Fake News: Trick or Tactic?

We’ve all seen fake news stories pop up on Facebook and Twitter. 2014 included a ton of great, yet fake, stories such as the LeBron James “Space Jam” 328 more words

Fox In Color

Current Communications learns the importance of stewardship and client relationships in PR while working with Youth Oasis

The following blog post was written by Tori Ward, account executive for Current Communications.

Excelling at client relations is perhaps the most valuable skill you can learn while working at a PR agency.

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Service-Learning

Fake it Flamingo

Throughout all the failed relationships, the one thing that has been reaffirmed time and time again is that I am and never will be happy to be a wife playing second fiddle to her husband’s ambition. 320 more words

The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit: Bitter or just truthful?

Before he going off to war, Thomas R. Rath, had married, hoping he’d survive to come home to live happily with his wife.

Tom survived, but as the story opens, he hasn’t found happiness. 210 more words

Social Criticism

THE CARE AND FEEDING OF THE WINE MEDIA

By Alan Goldfarb

Before I began working on the other side of the aisle from where I am today as a winery media relations consultant, I was a 25-year wine journalist, writing for national and international publications. 516 more words

Blog

CMM220: Week 1

Today we needed to read chapter one of the textbook Media relations issues and strategies by Jane Johnston, 2nd edition.

We also had the following ILT task. 289 more words

New Media

The Structure of Great Stories

It might help to think about your stories like many fiction writers do.  If you get a chance, read some Joseph Campbell, author of “The Hero with a Thousand Faces.” First published in 1949, it’s been the inspiration for thousands of novels and films. 1.085 more words

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