Buzzfeed News offers up an exposé of something called “Black PR” in its investigative piece, “Disinformation For Hire: How A […]
Last week the “Today” show aired a segment about how to save money when booking a spring break getaway. The […]
NewmanPR’s Buck Banks was interviewed for this article written by Jenna Seter for Clutch, which provides third-party evaluations for agencies that provide professional […]
The annual “Book of Lists” edition of the South Florida Business Journal was published this week. In the list of […]
“What people believe prevails over the truth.” — Sophocles, from “Sons of Aleus” We now have slid from “truthiness,” Stephen […]
Clutch recently released a report on leading U.S. public relations firms for 2016, and NewmanPR was ranked among the 14 select […]
With the recent historic meeting of presidents Barrack Obama and Raul Castro as a catalyst, the escalation of U.S. visitors to Cuba seems like it will happen sooner rather than later.
With so many social media outlets constantly streaming through our consciousness it becomes increasingly important to take care in choosing your voice and volume.
A “caution race” currently is underway in the cruise line public relations practice. Can we continue to ramp up the caution quotient this way?
Sometimes it does not matter even if the PR consultant is in attendance.