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January Monthly Reading Round-Up — New Issue of FORUM, How to “Adult,” Twitter’s Next Move

New year, new articles, but the same struggle to find free time to catch up on the latest public relations content. Not to worry,the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is still here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed: 1. The Role and Influence of Social Media on the Modern PR Industry Author: […]

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December Monthly Reading Round-Up: Miss Universe Mishap, New Trends for a New Year, AP Style Changes

It’s time to cheers to the new year: 2016. But before you do, catch up on some reading with the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed: 1. Oh no! Steve Harvey crowns wrong woman Miss Universe Author: Carly Mallenbaum Publication: USA Today We couldn’t do a final reading round-up […]

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November Monthly Reading Round-Up: Thank Your Mentors, Diversity and Inclusion, Identify Weaknesses in Your Writing

With November wrapped up and the holiday season begun, it’s especially hard to stay current on industry news. But the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed: 1. Survey: More execs want PR pros handling their brand’s social media Author: Clare Lane Publication: Ragan Staffing firm […]

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October Monthly Reading Round-Up: The Future of PR, Emotions and Advertising, PRSSA 2015 National Conference

October is over and November is upon us. This means a few things: the PRSSA 2015 National Conference is almost here, we’re over the hump of the fall semester and a whole month of relevant articles has passed. But the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may […]

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September Monthly Reading Round-Up — PR Lessons from Drake and Chipotle, Every Day Ethics, An Epic List of Useless Words

September flew by in a blur and we’re venturing deeper into the fall semester. October is near but never fear, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed: 1. 3 PR Lessons From The Brand Attack On Chipotle Author: Jonathan Salem Baskin Publication: Forbes What do you do […]

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August Monthly Reading Round-Up — Cecil the Lion, Journalists Twitter Shame PR Pros, Subway Crisis

Back to school season is upon us, which means even less time to keep up with industry reading. Never fear, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here. Another month has passed and here are the top eight articles you may have missed: 1. The GOP Debate Generated 1,273% More Tweets Than Jon Stewart’s Sendoff     […]

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July Monthly Reading Round-Up — Burson-Marsteller Prepares for Cuba Market Entry, Lindsey Graham Shows You How to Destroy Your Phone, Millennials <3 Diversity

When did July end and August begin? Another month has passed and here are the top eight articles you may have missed: 1. Burson-Marsteller Launches Cuba Specialty Group Author: Tonya Garcia Publication: PR Newser After President Obama began opening up communication with Cuba, Burson Marsteller jumped at the opportunity to begin a Cuba Specialty group to […]

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June Monthly Reading Round-Up — Caitlyn Jenner’s PR Strategy, Inspiration From Dad, Climate Change Crusaders

Another month has flown by and so have plenty of articles related to our ever growing and changing field of public relations. Even in the summer months we are often busy and bombarded by enough news to remember to check top sites and blogs for specific industry news. This marks the beginning of a new […]

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