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Friday, February 12, 2016

NewsGen Ten: Sabrina Wallach

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Continuing our NewsGen Ten series, today we learn a little more about accounting and finance specialist Sabrina Wallach! If you had to be trapped in a TV show for a month, which would you choose? This might sound really weird, but I’d love to spend a month in the show the Biggest Loser.  Not as a contestant READ MORE »

Thursday, February 11, 2016

PR Tactics Review: Why Good Writing is Fundamental for PR Success

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In this week’s issue of PR Tactics Paul Dusseault, senior vice president and senior partner of FleishmanHillard International in Atlanta, discusses an all too familiar topic – writing. As public relations professionals we know that we have to write well, but we may not always consider the reasoning behind the emphasis on writing skills. In READ MORE »

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Burning Questions: Investigating the Ins and Outs of Living in Washington

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By Simran Kumar and Kelsey Pospisil Do you ever question certain things about Washington, D.C.? Like why does Washington have such high childcare costs? WAMU, the D.C.-area’s NPR station, recently started a new initiative aimed at finding an answer to such questions. Called What’s With Washington, listeners have the opportunity to submit and vote on READ MORE »

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

NewsGen Ten: Martin Diaz

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Continuing our NewsGen Ten series, today we learn a little more about Martin Diaz! If you had to be trapped in a TV show for a month, which would you choose? Good Morning America. I am a big fan of the show. What are you reading these days? Spanish Book- OSHO “Madurez” Fill in the blank: READ MORE »

Monday, February 8, 2016

How Will Virtual Reality Transform PR and Journalism?

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Last November, when the New York Times sent readers a ten-minute virtual reality movie with one of its Sunday papers, it showed how the technology was beginning to change journalism. Simply defined, virtual reality (VR) is “an artificial world that consists of images and sounds created by a computer.”  In an article in the recent READ MORE »