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  • ¡Todos a una!

    Nos encontramos en un punto crítico en el mundo del periodismo y la comunicación. Se están produciendo demasiados cambios y evoluciones a la vez, lo que está provocando que la profesión y la industria se encuentren en la disyuntiva de evolucionar y mantener la calidad de nuestro trabajo sin perder, obviamente, la llegada a nuestros targets, ya sean lectores, radioyentes,... more »

    ATREVIA | May 8th 2024 5:00 am

  • ¡Todos a una!

    Nos encontramos en un punto crítico en el mundo del periodismo y la comunicación. Se están produciendo demasiados cambios y evoluciones a la vez, lo que está provocando que la profesión y la industria se encuentren en la disyuntiva de evolucionar y mantener la calidad de nuestro trabajo sin perder, obviamente, la llegada a nuestros targets, ya sean lectores, radioyentes,... more »

    ATREVIA (Portugal) | May 8th 2024 5:00 am

  • How to Harness the Power of Humour in PR

    There’s no denying that making people laugh can be a golden ticket to brand success when harnessed correctly. This article explores how to infuse humour into your PR efforts to drive positive impact. Crafting Culturally Relevant Humour In a diverse and multicultural world, understanding the nuances of humour within specific cultural contexts is essential for [...] The post... more »

    Midas Communications International Co., Ltd. | May 7th 2024 1:09 pm

  • It’s official! Wildfire is now an employee-owned business

    A message from CEO Debby Penton I’m super excited to announce that Wildfire is now proudly a 100% employee-owned business. By selling our shareholding back The post It’s official! Wildfire is now an employee-owned business appeared first on Wildfire. more »

    Wildfire | May 3rd 2024 3:52 am

  • No, DEI Isn’t Dead. But No One Wants To Talk About It.

    Much of the recent news surrounding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion of late is negative. DEI programs have been banned in states like Texas, and the backlash hasn’t stopped there. Axios reports that businesses have “backed away from DEI programs over the past two years in the wake of widespread attacks from lawmakers, high-profile rich guys […] The post No,... more »

    Crenshaw Communications, a Mod Op company | May 1st 2024 4:15 pm