Monthly Archives: October 2010

Jour 4460- Blog 9

Angel Bell sherayb23.wordpress.com Things a PR Firm Does Not Want To Hear Clients who do not understand PR can be a practitioner’s worst nightmare. Often, these clients have unrealistic goals and/or expectations and expect us to grant their wish like … Continue reading

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Coach Leach- 4470

Angel Bell Journalism 4470 Sherayb23.wordpress.com   Coach Leach and ESPN Objective broadcast coverage is a necessity. When objectivity is sacrificed willingly by a news station, it is a problem. ESPN’s treatment of the Coach Leach controversy was not objective. ESPN … Continue reading

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Jour 4460- GAP

Angel Bell Sherayb23. wordpress.com   Has GAP ever heard of Coca-Cola? : Rebranding Gone BAD Another brand catastrophe has graced US soil. Gap changed their logo without warning their customers. Maybe their CEO wasn’t around in 1985? This was the … Continue reading

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Jour 4460- The “It” Campaign

Angel Bell Sherayb23.wordpress.com   Breast Cancer Awareness -“I Like it Campaign” I like it on the floor. I like it by the bed. I like it on the counter. If you saw statuses like these flooding your mini feed, wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Jour 4460- Church PR

Angel Bell Sherayb23.wordpress.com The Church Needs PR Too Organizations, leaders and individuals must monitor their PR by being aware of their public footprint and reputation. For this reason, I do not understand why many churches feel they are an exception. … Continue reading

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Jour 4460- Pseudo Citizen

Angel Bell Sherayb23.wordpress.com Netflix and the Pseudo- Citizen The PRSA Code of Ethics addresses the free flow of information and full disclosure. The writers of the Code of Ethics did not do this for their own health. Deception affects the … Continue reading

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Jour 4460-Social Media

Angel Bell Sherayb23.wordpress.com The Social Media Debate Social media has become as traditional as sliced bread.  Journalism curricula around the nation and abroad are requiring social media training and/or courses. Media promotions commonly consist of social media campaigns. Even the … Continue reading

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