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How the Boston Police used Twitter during a time of terror

Cheryl Fiandaca, bureau chief of public information for the Boston Police Department, spoke to Tactics about managing the crisis and updating the public with critical information.

The APR credential turns 50

The Accredited in Public Relations (APR) credential turns 50 in 2014, and PRSA is celebrating that milestone by investing in the future of the program. What should that future look like?

 

Adapting to a new era

Alicia Thompson, APR, provides a “rallying cry” for the profession. “We need to continue to redefine and recreate what we do and what we offer to our … key stakeholders.”

 

Yosemite’s Scott Gediman on national parks and public affairs

Growing up, Scott Gediman’s family vacationed in Yosemite National Park every year. Today, he’s the Park’s assistant superintendent for public & legislative affairs.


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