The modern world of media is being led by the digital age. Even though the digital age has helped reduce geographical and social barriers, is the digital age completely inclusive to people with disabilities? Technology has monumentally changed our culture in the past decade, improving the lives of people with disabilities and I wonder where […]
Session: More than Just Viral: Making a Video that Your Audience Actually Watches Present: Tod Plotkin, Principal & Creative Director, Green Buzz Agency Recap: Tod is a vessel of knowledge when it comes to video production. Aside from being one of the best speakers at the conference, he was also one of the most knowledgeable and had […]
December Monthly Reading Round-Up — Instagram Live, Comms Pros and the C-Suite, Social Media Monitoring
With the end of the semester and the holidays here, it’s hard to find a moment to catch a breath — let alone read about industry news. Luckily for you, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. Instagram Makes Its First Live […]
The name “Periscope” has been sweeping the social media world for the past year since the app’s unveiling. But as a relatively new platform, ambiguity still lingers about its capabilities and best use, leaving room for some much needed clarification. So what exactly is Periscope? Periscope is a live video streaming mobile app, launched and […]
Video: Ethics Month Interview with Nonprofit and Corporate Communications Professional Dianne Callahan
Biola University public relations student Collin Callahan sat down with his stepmother Dianne Callahan, area director for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, to talk about ethics and glean some advice for entering the public relations industry.
If you’ve ever wanted to create an online portfolio but don’t have a clue how to start, this video is for you. Public relations college students will benefit from the useful tips outlined in the video below: