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And The Oscar Goes To … Social Media
The 2014 Oscars dominated social media as participants discussed the winners and losers, the fashion and the antics of Hollywood’s biggest night.
While social media posts poured in all show long, it gained unprecedented momentum when host Ellen DeGeneres assembled an all-star selfie and cemented the notion that social media is an incredibly powerful force.
Ultimately, this year's Academy Awards exemplified how live television is becoming “more human” and open to engagement. Read the full post at PRSAY
"Opening the door for someone is not an onerous responsibility.
It can be as simple as providing a name and a phone number or email address. It can be as complicated as helping someone make a potentially life-changing decision.
Whatever the level of involvement, you can play a key role in helping this person enter his or her desired area of interest through a door that you opened." — Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA
From Measurement to Insights
Three global PR agency heads will take part in a special session on “Measurement and the PR Industry” at the AMEC International Summit in Amsterdam in June.
They are Kevin Murray, chairman, The Good Relations Group; Matt Neale, president, international, GolinHarris; and Dave Senay, global CEO, FleishmanHillard. Learn more
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