As a PR practitioner, are you considering getting your APR? Wonder how involved it is? What the process is? What an Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential can do for you in today’s increasingly competitive environment?
This is your chance to find out.
Join us, Thursday, May 12 from 5:00-5:30 p.m. for an APR Interest Call.
Colleagues from the Colorado Chapter […]
newsjacking (plural newsjackings)
A public relations technique involving injecting a brand into the day’s news to generate media attention and boost the brand’s exposure.
As often happens around large sporting events, newsjacking saw a surge in popularity during the 50th Super Bowl. Newsjacking requires two skillsets Von Miller displayed amply leading to the Broncos Super Bowl win – […]
We are pleased to kick off the annual award season of the Colorado Chapter of PRSA with the announcement of the 2016 Gold Pick Special Award winners. These outstanding professionals were nominated by their peers. This year’s field of nominees was competitive! A record number of nominees were submitted in the PR Team of the […]
Title: Assistant Account Executive
Organization: B Public Relations
Committee: Gold Picks
Committee Role: Communications Sub-Committee Head
What was the top reason you joined PRSA Colorado? I was looking for a way to better connect with my peers in the industry, and I thought PRSA was such a great network of positive […]
LauraBernero, Assistant Account Executive Weber Shandwick AmyBlunck, Communications Director Poudre Valley REA JamieBradley EllenBraun LesliCarlson Cassie Crutchfield, Event, Marketing and Administrative Coordinator Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Sarah Cullen, President SideCar PR Nate Currey, Senior Manager, Public Relations & Public Information Denver Regional Council of Governments Theresa Donnelly JolieDuBois, Communications & Interactive Marketing Manager Elitch […]
We all know that tackling the APR isn’t an easy task, but still I was surprised that many colleagues gave me a quizzical look when I said I was going to take the test. Why put yourself through all that extra work? That was the common response. Since April is APR month I thought I […]
March is always a great month. Warmer weather, blooms all around and the end of a successful first quarter. Things are rolling along nicely for the chapter this year and I have a few updates to share.
Professional Development: Our March 16 media roundtable was a success and we have additional professional development opportunities in […]
Title: Communications Specialist
Organization: City of Brighton
Committee: Communications and Student Outreach
Committee Role: Communications Co-Chair and Student Outreach Committee Member
What was the top reason you joined PRSA Colorado? While attending the University of Northern Colorado, I joined the journalism program’s Student Public Relations Network (SPRN). Although I […]
As often happens around large sporting events, newsjacking saw a surge in popularity during the 50th Super Bowl. Newsjacking requires two skill sets Von Miller displayed amply leading to the Broncos Super Bowl win – fast reflexes and good judgement. You need those fast reflexes to know what’s going on in the news cycle at […]
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