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10.19.17 /PRBlog Image

5 Simple Steps for Writing About Complex Stuff

In the end, there's really no getting around it: Writing about complex material can be HARD. While the steps to being successful seem simple, they require a team d...

03.30.17 /PRGrammer image

On Reluctantly Deleting the Oxford Comma

Am I among those who have posed for an Instagram pic with my new hardcopy Associated Press (AP) Style Guide like a total dweeb? One of those persistently obnoxious...

02.10.17 /PRBlog Post Image

Part 2: Three Tips to Help Prep for TV Coverage

As a follow up to my first post, I've written a second post that includes a few tips on how to prepare for TV coverage

02.03.17 /PRMan Interviewing

Part 1: Best Practices for Securing TV Coverage

Behind many TV interviews is a hardworking public relations professional who worked to secure the opportunity on behalf of a client. And while what airs on TV is a...

11.02.16 /PRBlog Image

It’s a Small World After All

If you live in Baltimore, you’ll often hear people reference “smalltimore,” meaning people in different circles tend to cross paths down the line, or you meet some...

09.07.16 /PRBlog Image

It’s Officially Celebrity Corn Maze Season

Our PR brainstorms always have eight attendees – the seven members of our team and the list of qualities that make a story newsworthy. Without considering these ne...

05.19.16 /PRMGH Public Relations Blog Post

The Unwritten Rules of Media Relations

In public relations, working with the news media comes with similar unwritten rules. As a PR practitioner, if you chose to ignore these rules, you run the risk of ...

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