Viewing posts from September, 2011

Linking Arts and Brands

Arts & Culture has become a key communications platform in China and Asia, writes Jean-Michel Dumont.

Nuclear Setbacks Demand Stronger Communication

The Fukushima disaster has led some countries to re-evaluate their commitment to nuclear energy. Philip Dewhurst believes that the nuclear industry must engage in sustained and proactive communication to allay concerns and promote its advantages.

Crisis Communication in the Era of Social Media

Social media change the way crisis communication works, but some fundamentals remain the same, says Ulrich Gartner.

Start Afresh when Looking at India

The best way to approach India is by first letting go of any perceptions you may have and starting afresh. By Sukanti Ghosh.

Japan’s Post-Disaster Vocabulary

Akemi Ichise analyses how the Japanese media’s use of key words Jishuku (voluntary self-restraint) and Fukko (reconstruction) shifted in the aftermath of the March 11th catastrophe

After the Arab Spring: A New Communications Landscape in the Middle East

Sunil John examines the links between revolutionary political change and the Arab world’s public relations industry

Hacks-To-Flacks Brighten The Dark Side

Journalists who make the move into corporate communications often discover they are rather good at it. Abigail Levene explains why many journalists thrive when switching sides

Time for some Blue Sky Thinking?

We in public relations stand accused of being message manipulators and cannot agree on how our added value should be measured. Richard Linning poses some big questions.

Nord Stream’s PR Pipeline

A massive energy infrastructure project in the Baltic Sea has been brought in on schedule with the help of a communications programme that successfully managed open dialogue with a large number of interested parties

From Press Spokesperson to Conductor of Dialog

A new self-image of public relations practitioners is emerging as job roles evolve to take account of the changing nature of communications.
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