Author: Carly Mallenbaum
Publication: USA Today
We couldn’t do a final reading round-up of 2015 without mentioning this live TV mistake. Not only did Harvey announce the wrong winner, but he also had some seriously misspelled words in his apology tweet.
Author: Heidi Grant Halvorson
Publication: Harvard Business Review
We’re all guilty of procrastination, but we can all make procrastinating less a resolution for 2016 with Halvorson’s help. Halvorson suggests three reasons you may be putting off your work, and three solutions to help you make those impending deadlines.
Author: Shawn Paul Wood
Publication: PR Newser
As public relations professionals and pre-professionals, it’s important to know what’s next in the digital space. From privacy to ad-blocking, this article will catch you up to speed with these upcoming trends in our industry.
Author: Ron Culp
This December, PRSA hosted a Twitter chat with public relations professional Ron Culp and new pro Heather Harder. The chat focused insights and advice from pros based on their first year in the business. Check out Culp’s recap for some of the best tweets from the chat.
Author: Lisa Buyer
This article recaps a session presented at the PRSA 2015 International Conference in Atlanta. Because visual media is becoming increasingly important, Buyer presents some tips and tricks for creating quality visual content.
Author: Beki Winchel
Publication: Ragan’s PR Daily
PR Daily offers an important round-up of changes to the AP Stylebook particularly relevant to public relations and marketing professionals. Social media lingo and news terms are among the updates.
Author: Robyn Rudish-Laning
Publication: The Edge
For those who have recently graduated or are soon-to-be graduates, be sure to read up on how to be a great new professional in 2016. Tips include being flexible and always continuing to learn and grow.
Author: Krista Watson
Knowing when and how to pitch to editors, especially concerning holiday content, is crucial to creating and maintaining proper relationships with the media.
These articles are gathered and submitted by the PRSSA National Committee and the PRSSA publications team as well as occasional contributions from members, so feel free to pass along interesting articles to Emma Finkbeiner by email at email@example.com.
Emma Finkbeiner is the PRSSA 2015–2016 publications editor in chief. She attends Northern Michigan University and was a former editor in chief of the student newspaper The North Wind. Connect with her on Twitter @efink101 or LinkedIn.