It’s easy to get caught up in the times- As technology becomes an ever-growing aspect of society, more and more information is shared, through apps, social networks and other digital mediums. This series, ” PR & Social Media” focuses on advances in the digital atmosphere and serves as a how-to guide to master blending the trends of today with the foundations of the communication.
Wayne State PRSSA member Olivia Pearson shares what she learned when she attended the PRSA Detroit Mixer at Biglora Wood Fired Cucina in Royal Oak.
The first morning of the 2016 PRSSA National Conference kicked off with former Super Bowl Host Committee President Allison Melangton as a keynote speaker. During her presentation, she discussed her time as President and shared tips on her success in sports PR.
Campaign workers from Hathaway Strategies Indianapolis share their top political PR advice for future professionals. Written by Sandra Harris, Salute Editor-in-Chief.
MacKenzie Zoschnick tells all about her first impression with Wayne State PRSSA during their 2016 Mixer event.
After spending this summer being a corporate communications intern, Tarik Mitchell discusses the similiaries and the differences between corporate communications and PR.
2015-16 Wayne State PRSSA president, Amanda Knaebel compares the 2015-16 Executive Board to characters from the movie “The Breakfast Club.”
By: Amanda Knaebel So what does a director of digital media for a post-industrial comeback city look like? Easy. It looks like Detroit’s digital communication guru, David Lingholm. Now that Detroit’s government buildings are filled back up with employees, it is making some changes. One of those changes included Lingholm’s new role as director of […]