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Fake News – A Critical Issue for Communicators

In addition to turning politics upside down, the election of 2016 and its aftermath has raised critical issues for communications professionals — fake news. Fake news is a critical issue we all face as communicators and as citizens.

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2016—What a Year for the Political Communications Professional

This election year has been off the charts. Primaries and caucuses are breaking voting records. What does that say about the candidates and their communications teams? Read more to learn about what political PR entails...

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How Storytelling through Social Media can Lead to Positive Reporting

Social media hasn’t just changed how we interact and share information in our personal lives. It’s also drastically affected how journalists report the news. Last month at PRSA St. Louis’ breakfast meeting...

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12 Tips for a Successful Media Pitch

Recently, PRSA St. Louis held a Career Development Day where PR professionals and students learned how to best gain coverage in the media from editors, broadcasters and producers in St. Louis...

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Snapchat Discover feature offers new way to explore news stories

Snapchat unveils their newest feature "Discover", a platform that allows you to control what you view, instead of proposing what to view, who to follow, or generating any sort of metrics based on your activity, like other social media companies...

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