Journalists’ sources #blog #public #relations I found myself watching a made-for-TV movie recently about the life and times of the late Princess Diana and it got me thinking about journalists’ sources of information and the danger attached to those sources.
Scotland the Brave #blog #publicrelations #journalism #online courses A nation’s desire for autonomy has often been achieved following the prolonged militant turmoil witnessed during the American and Irish Wars of Independence. By contrast, on 18 September, the people of Scotland will go to their local polling station to vote on whether they want Scotland to be an independent country, yes or no.
School holidays can be a blessing or a curse for students. Just when you are revelling in the absence of homework, mid-week lie-ins and the joy of gallivanting around late on a school night – the fun stops. Abruptly. #communicaion #publicrelations
public relations plays a crucial part in raising awareness about public health and safety issues during the summer holiday season. It is particularly at this time of year that skin cancer prevention, water safety and warnings about leaving pets or children unattended in hot vehicles have a higher profile. #publicrelations
August 14th. is Pakistan Independence day. July 4th. is American Independence Day. Ireland has the 1916 commemoration of independence at Easter. Independence is an important concept for nations – it is also important for journalists.