The world of PR has changed. Dramatically. In many cases, social media has replaced traditional media relations. Communicating with employees looks far different than it once did. In fact, we have new ways of reaching most of our audiences. But audiences are splintered, distracted and have short attention spans. How has your PR practice changed […]
If you’ve been putting off getting your APR, resolve to make 2017 your year to get accredited.
Over the past three years, the Universal Accreditation Board (UAB) has reworked the two-step examination process candidates undertake to achieve Accreditation in Public Relations (APR). Last year, a new Computer-based Examination launched, and this year, […]
No assigned committee. No monthly calls. No meetings. No reports. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?!
So, what exactly is the PRSA Colorado Volunteer Crew?
The Crew is a group of PRSA Colorado members who are passionate about communications and want to make a difference in our industry. Outside of attending professional development, community and social events […]
It is hard to believe that 2016 is coming to an end. I wanted to use my final president’s message to highlight some of our chapter’s largest accomplishments in 2016 and thank those who made it possible.
In January, we unveiled our new strategic plan focused on adapting to member needs, elevating the PRSA Brand […]
Rachel Gillette, Communications and Marketing Specialist, Metro West Housing Solutions
Luiz Henrique Carvalho Goncalves, Manager, Corporate Communications, Ball Corporation
Lori MacKenzie, Manager of Public Relations, City of Aurora
Heidi Koontz, Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Geological Survey
Lori Ella Miller, EllaStar
Heather E. Draper, MA
PR Matters! But what about PR matters to you? Come to the PRSA Western District Conference 2017 #PRMATTERS in warm, sunny Riverside, California (doesn’t that sound good right about now?). Here’s the best part, early bird pricing for this two-day event is only $275. You’ll hear nationally known speakers, […]
NEW MEMBERS: Free Section (up to $60 value)
New members receive a free 1-yr Section membership when they join National as a Regular member ($255 annual dues +$65 initiation fee). If joining Counselors […]
The Call for Speakers is open until 11:59 p.m. PST on Tuesday, December 20, 2016
The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is pleased to issue the following call for speakers for the 2017 Western District Conference, March 2-3, 2017 in historic downtown Riverside. This year’s conference is hosted by the […]
While nearly 9 in 10 reporters research an organization via Google, 75% use online newsrooms, according to a survey by Business Wire. Having a newsroom microsite on your company web site makes it easier for busy reporters to find what they need easily, including executive biographies and downloadable logos.
Denver-based pay-TV […]
Sam DeWitt, Director of Communication, The Colorado Health Care Association & Center for Assisted Living
Tracy Atkinson, Communications Coordinator, Holland & Hart LLP
Holly Kyner, Corporate Marketing and Content Development Coordinator, Hensel Phelps
Audrey Livingston, Administrative Assistant, O.penVAPE
Melissa Delekta, Account Coordinator, Malen […]
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