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Spotlight on a Solo PR Pro: Meet Bernadette Adams Davis

Bernadette Adams Davis pretty much always knew she wanted to work in the media industry.  She began her career as an aspiring newspaper reporter, securing an internship at the Atlanta Journal Constitution before becoming a daily reporter in Greenville, South Carolina, not far from her hometown. Bernadette went on to hold positions at print publications like the Orlando Business Journal and worked as a website producer at a TV news station before deciding to make the jump to PR. Now a veter...
Tags: Texas, Disney, America, Pr, Dallas, Communications, Atlanta Journal Constitution, PRSA, Bernadette, Greenville South Carolina, Solo Life, Living the Life, Orlando Business Journal, Solo Pr Pros, Bernadette Adams Davis, Bernadette Davis


Virtual Collaboration Tools For Lawyers [Sponsored]

Learn the new standard for law firm connectivity, highlighting Client Intake, Internal Communications, Obtaining Client Signatures + Countersignatures, and 2-Way Text Messaging tools designed specifically for law firms. 
Tags: Technology, Law, Communications, Sponsored Content, Small Law Firms, MyCase


1 Year Later: Communications in the Age of COVID-19

It’s been a year since COVID-19 turned the world upside down. Things once considered normal now seem odd, even outdated. Sitting in a conference room with co-workers. Dining in a crowded restaurant. Grocery shopping maskless. Shaking hands. We’re stressed out, Zoomed-out, burned out and drained by the whole pandemic. Teleworking has provided some obvious advantages — no commuting, no suiting up for work, more flexibility. But it’s also led to longer hours, increased angst, less camaraderie and m...
Tags: Pr, George Bernard Shaw, Communications, Thought Leadership, Maryland Lottery, Carole, 2021, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Carole Bober Gentry


Director of Communications, Dallas Opera

One of the leading opera companies in the country, The Dallas Opera has an extraordinary legacy of world-class productions and thrilling premieres featuring the greatest operatic artists of our time. Inaugurated in 1957 with a concert featuring the incomparable Maria Callas, The Dallas Opera is known for the notable U.S. debuts of a host of legendary artists including Dame Joan Sutherland, Plácido Domingo, Jon Vickers, Franco Zeffirelli, and Sir David McVicar. The company has long been an indust...
Tags: Art, Texas, Jobs, Microsoft, US, Dallas, Communications, Winspear Opera House, North Texas, Maria Callas, Dallas Opera, Dallas Arts District, David McVicar, Director of Communications, TDO, Development Team


Why Language Matters When Communicating About COVID-19 Vaccinations

As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues across the country, the words that communicators use might influence public willingness to be vaccinated, a new study from nonprofit insurer EmblemHealth has found. In surveys, consumers generally understood that “vaccination” is a process intended to produce immunity to a disease or virus, whereas “immunizations” provide that protection, in both cases through the formation of antibodies. In medical contexts, EmblemHealth found, the public generally unde...
Tags: Pr, Walgreens, Health Care, Communications, Cvs, Black, Thought Leadership, PRSA, John Elsasser, EmblemHealth, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Kimberly Lauersdorf, Across Black


People Think Their Bank Should Be Calling Them More Often

People want a phone call from their banking provider if something happens. But, when they don't recognize the number, why would they pick up? The post People Think Their Bank Should Be Calling Them More Often appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Engagement, Communications, Data Security, Branding, Phone Call


What Do Communicators Need to Know About Trust in 2021? Findings from the Edelman Trust Barometer

If it were another word “trust” might be considered a buzzword by now, but this is a word that is the very essence upon which the fabric of society is built upon.  There are some aspects of it that we take for granted, put into question, or underestimate. And never has the word been put into question, or tested, as much as it was in 2020 and continuing into this year.  Every year the Edelman Trust Barometer gives us a close up of the world’s current thoughts on trust, and the possible cons...
Tags: Japan, Usa, New York, China, Trust, San Francisco, Pr, Fukushima, Edelman, Biden, Communications, Trump, Eric Schwartzman, Corporate Communications, Edelman Trust Barometer, Solo Pr Pros


Would You Talk To A Mouse?

There are many cartoons that have human characters interacting with animals. This kind of thing goes back to the beginning of animation. Anyone who loves cartoons remembers those old Fleischer cartoons where not only did animals talk, but inanimate objects talked as well. not this kind of mouse lol There’s always differing ways these humans […]
Tags: Leadership, Communications, Fleischer, Being Friendly, Talking To Others


Landlord-tenant relations: How to make communication work 

High-touch or low-touch, communications between landlords and residents are most valuable when there's a solid relationship backing them.
Tags: Lifestyle, Analysis, Radio, Rentals, Communications, Building Relationships, Select, Rental Market, Atlas Real Estate, Property Portfolio, COVID-19, Tony Julianelle, CARES Act, Boston Pads, demetrios Salpoglou


How to invest in communications stocks, a sector that's huge, highly diversified, and growing - offering something for almost every type of investor

Communications stocks include a variety of industries, ranging from phone and internet firms to media and entertainment companies. thianchai sitthikongsak/Getty Images Communications stocks represent companies in a sector that includes the phone, internet, and media industries. Communications stocks belong to both stable dividend-paying firms and volatile up-and-comers. Investors can minimize risk by buying communications-focused ETFs and index funds. Visit Business Insider's Investing Ref...
Tags: Verizon, Media, Band, Internet, Amc, Disney, Trends, Markets, It, EA, Fox, Comcast, Telecommunications, Pins, Gogo, Wifi


No Going Back After COVID — Communications Trends for 2021

Last year marked one of the most tumultuous times in history. A global pandemic, economic downturns, political uncertainty and broad public protest over racial inequality had an insurmountable impact. The effects will be felt this year and beyond and fuel the10company’s top 10 2021 communications trends, each with significant implications for companies and executives: 1. Empathy is essential. After dealing daily with the health and financial concerns for employees and their families in a COVID w...
Tags: Trends, Pr, Communications, Signal, Thought Leadership, LinkedIn Twitter Facebook, Skype Microsoft, PR Trends, Elpha, Valerie Di Maria, Instagram TikTok, COVID-19


Latest on Inauguration Day: Acting attorney general resigns as Biden enters

WASHINGTON — Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen will resign when President-elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office. The Justice Department says Rosen’s resignation goes into effect at noon Wednesday. Rosen has run the department since former Attorney General William Barr resigned on Dec. 23. He was previously the deputy attorney general and deputy transportation secretary. Rosen has kept a low profile since he assumed the top job at the Justice Department. He has not held a press conference ...
Tags: News, Congress, Abc, Washington, Senate, White House, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Cnn, Soccer, House, Celtic, Mitch McConnell, John F Kennedy, Catholic


Latest on Inauguration: Biden says in first address as president ‘Democracy has prevailed’

Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Jill Biden holds the Bible during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.(Saul Loeb/Pool Photo via AP) WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden says “democracy has prevailed” in a country reeling amid a pandemic and a violent melee two weeks ago at the U.S. Capitol. In his first remarks as president, Biden said Wednesday that his swearing-in marks a...
Tags: Florida, News, Minnesota, Maryland, Supreme Court, Congress, Abc, California, Washington, Senate, White House, America, Barack Obama, Sport, Joe Biden, Ap


Latest on Inauguration Day: Biden, Harris arrive at Capitol with their families

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden has arrived at the U.S. Capitol ahead of his inauguration as the United States’ 46th president. Biden and his wife, Jill, arrived at the complex on Wednesday morning, about 90 minutes before his noon swearing-in ceremony. They were accompanied by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, and were greeted by U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota. The president-elect’s motorcade wound its way through a mostly deserted Washington follo...
Tags: Florida, News, Minnesota, Maryland, Congress, Abc, Washington, Senate, White House, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Cnn, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, United States


PRESENTING: We analyzed 23 memos from CEOs responding to the US Capitol riot. The most effective messages get personal.

Albert Bourla is the CEO of Pfizer. Drew Angerer/Getty Images On Wednesday, a pro-Trump mob stormed the US Capitol while Congress was confirming Joe Biden's win in the presidential election. It took hours for authorities to clear the Capitol building. Five people died.As news of the attempted coup spread, business leaders across industries - including tech, finance, and healthcare - sent staff memos and issued public statements decrying the violence. Collectively, the messages expressed sad...
Tags: Leadership, Congress, Trends, Strategy, Joe Biden, Teaser, Communications, Nordic, Trump, Capitol, US Capitol, Shana Lebowitz, Albert Bourla, Capitol Siege, Attempted Coup, CEO activism


7 Rules for a New Era of Communications

During the pandemic, economic crisis, racial tensions and partisan arguments that have marked 2020, we have started communicating differently. We even have new words and phrases to reflect these times: We “doomscroll,” poring over bad headlines. We protect meetings from “Zoom-bombings” and give “elbow bumps.” We even write emails with more thought. A tossed-off phrase like “Hope you’re having a great summer” can sound tone-deaf to recipients who may be sick or have lost a loved one, or who may b...
Tags: Washington, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Trends, Nike, Pr, Organizations, New York Times, Paris, Army, L'oreal, Ubisoft, Tammy Duckworth, Times, Razer, New Year


Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf is retiring after 26 years at the chip-making giant

CEO of Qualcomm, Steve Mollenkopf. Thomson Reuters Steve Mollenkopf is retiring as CEO of Qualcomm, and will be replaced by current President Cristiano Amon. Mollenkopf has worked for the chip-making giant for 26 years, and became CEO in 2014. "I am immensely proud of all that we have accomplished at Qualcomm and the position the Company currently enjoys as the world's leader in wireless technologies," Mollenkopf said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. After working at ch...
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Is Your Financial Institution Ready for Tough COVID Vaccine Questions?

Mandatory vaccination is the big one, but a host of other issues makes it crucial for banks and credit unions to proactively prepare. The post Is Your Financial Institution Ready for Tough COVID Vaccine Questions? appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Privacy, Finance, Risk, Marketing Strategy, Spotlight, Employees, Vaccine, Communications, Reputation, Community & Public Relations, Branch Strategies, Culture & Leadership, Featured Content, COVID


From Regal to Get Real: Why Casual Communications Are Here to Stay

Twenty years ago, I was packing for England to begin a study abroad semester in Nottingham. This formative period exploring castles, village pubs and rock-walled rolling landscapes began my love affair with British television and film. The latest season of “The Crown” is no exception. In the midst of one episode, my husband Andrew pointed to the screen and asked, “Is any of this really necessary?” By this, I knew he meant the hallmarks of a monarchy: the pomp and circumstance, the formality that...
Tags: England, Trends, Pr, Bbc, United States, Portland, Diana, Fortune, Helen Mirren, Communications, Thought Leadership, Morgan, Elizabeth, Andrew, Peter Morgan, 2021


S&P 500 and Nasdaq close at record highs as investors bet that a vaccine will drive an economic rebound

Getty Images / Scott Olson US stocks gained on Tuesday as vaccine progress further boosted equities hit hardest by the pandemic. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite rose to record highs.Investors cheered Pfizer and BioNTech's application for regulatory approval for their coronavirus vaccine in the European Union. If approved, the shot could be distributed before the new year.Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned of lingering risks to the US economy at a Senate banking committee hearing. ...
Tags: Amazon, Congress, Senate, US, Trends, Markets, Tesla, Opec, European Union, Bitcoin, Hsbc, Treasury, TSLA, Pfizer, Nasdaq, Dow Jones


President-elect Joe Biden hires all-female communications staff

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks one day after Americans voted in the presidential election, on November 04, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. Drew Angerer/Getty Images The communications team for the Biden-Harris administration will be all-female, The Washington Post reported Sunday. Biden selected Democratic spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki as his White House press secretary. Kate Bedingfield, communications director for the Biden campaign, will lead his press team at the White Hou...
Tags: Politics, News, Obama, Washington Post, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, House, John Kerry, Biden, Communications, Kamala Harris, Democratic, State, HARRIS, The Post


How On-Premise Collaboration Software Helps Federal Agencies To Manage Massive Data And Communication Challenges 

Before the invention of remote chat apps, most of the federal communication happened via emails, letters, and phone calls.  However, with the growing need for better efficiency, productivity, and a secure work platform, federal agencies are now considering installing an on-premise collaboration software that can be scaled as required.  But what is on-premise software installation, how is it different from cloud computing, and why federal agencies should prefer on-premise over cloud install...
Tags: Startups, Microsoft, Communications, HIPAA, Products & Services, Business Software, Troop Messenger, Collaboration Software, On Premise Installation of Collaboration Software, Troop Messenger for Federal Communication


November 2020 Leadership Development Carnival

Welcome to the November 2020 Leadership Development Carnival! We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, development, engagement, motivation, productivity, team building, and more. Communication Marcia Reynolds of Covisioning Transformational Leadership provided Is Your Empathy Serving or Hurting You? Marcia shares: “ Can you tell when you feel empathic concern or empathic distress? One connects the other hurts. Use non-...
Tags: Productivity, Motivation, Leadership, Communication, Development, David, Bill, Engagement, Communications, Steve, Chris, Team Building, Liz, Henry, Joel, PAUL


‘Dear Valued Bank Marketer,’ You Say You Know Me, But Your Data’s No Good

At many banks and credit unions, creativity often gets priority over basic data management. Here's how to get your customer data in order. The post ‘Dear Valued Bank Marketer,’ You Say You Know Me, But Your Data’s No Good appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Advertising, Marketing Strategy, Personalization, Communications, Branding, Digital Marketing, Data Analytics, Data Integrity, Segmentation Strategies, Dear Valued Bank Marketer


Financial Marketers Can’t ‘Personalize’ Anything with Junky Data

At many banks and credit unions, creativity gets priority over data management. Here's how to make your customer information more useful. The post Financial Marketers Can’t ‘Personalize’ Anything with Junky Data appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Advertising, Marketing Strategy, Personalization, Communications, Branding, Digital Marketing, Data Analytics, Data Integrity, Segmentation Strategies, Junky Data


Successful Banking M&A Demands Creative Communication in 5 Key Areas

There’s no such thing as too much communication when executing mergers or acquisitions. That may actually be the key to your success. The post Successful Banking M&A Demands Creative Communication in 5 Key Areas appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Advertising, Marketing Strategy, Employees, Mergers and Acquisitions, Communications, Branding, Sponsored Post, Community & Public Relations


Wiring your website with the correct colours

Has a website ever elicited a specific emotion from you? Sometimes it doesn’t even have to do with the words or imagery you’re looking at — you just feel a certain way looking at the site. Emotions are powerful. Effective marketing often relies on tapping into an emotional response. And there are many different factors involved in creating the response you’re looking for from your website, including the colours you use. The connection between colours and emotions in websites and design is fascin...
Tags: Marketing, Target Audience, Website, Digital Media, Emotions, Websites, Communications, Branding, Digital Marketing, Digital Marketing Strategy, Communicatto, Digital Media Strategy, Website Optimization, Colour Palette


QRP Labs new QCX Mini on the way!

OK, maybe you don't care for CW - I get that. But the QCX MIni is going to be a game changer QCX Mini is on the left QCX in the middle, the QCX Plus on the right. Specifications Radio Dimensions (cm) Dimensions (inches) Classic QCX 11.2 x 9.4 x 3.5 4.4 x 3.7 x 1.4 QCX+ 10.6 x 5.5 x 14.7 4.2 x 2.2 x 5.8 QCX-mini 9.5 x 6.3 x 2.5 3.7 x 2.5 x 1.0 yes, this in inches - 3.7 x 2.5 x 1.0 !!! Here - Hans says it best The rig will be tiny and it is the QCX in a small form factor case - wh...
Tags: Weapon, Cw, Communications, Mtb, Hans, LNR


Two questions about cell phones

I was reading things about communication frequencies. I read cell phones are on 800 Mhz or thereabouts. 1. Does that mean cell phone frequencies are just regular frequencies like CB radio or shortwave frequencies except they're higher? Ex: About 27 Mhz for CB and 800 Mhz or so for cell phones, the same way the number 800 is higher than the number 27 but they're still regular numbers? 2. Are there people or entities other than government that eavesdrop on us?
Tags: Weapon, Communications, CB


What are the biggest website trends heading into 2021?

We’ve written about how important it is to pump your digital presence up right now. For many people, the most significant piece of that is making sure you have a great website. But website trends change, and staying on top of what’s hot and what’s not is a full-time job. We should know, it’s part of what we do at Communicatto! We’ve been working with a bunch of organizations to tune their websites up for 2021. If that’s on your to-do list, now is the time to act! 99Designs had a good rundown of ...
Tags: Business, Marketing, Website, Websites, Communications, Branding, Digital Marketing, Website Design, Digital Marketing Strategy, Website Optimization, 2021 Website Trends