Did you miss PRSA Houston’s April luncheon? Don’t worry. With this video, we captured a few of the sages giving career advice. Thanks, Ed Davis (PRSA Houston board member and director of communications at the United Way of Greater Houston).
This year’s keynote speaker for the 2012 PR Day: Treats of the Trade on Wednesday October 31, is Dave Armon of Critical Mention on “Pitching Multi-Media in a Post Network TV World.” Throughout his speech, the audience will learn how … Continue reading →
Register now for PRSA Houston’s Holiday party, Mingle Bells, Ringside at Sullivan’s Steakhouse on Monday, December 5, 6-8 PM PRSA members will enjoy one complimentary admission, valet parking access, Sullivan’s savory holiday fare, two drinks, and festive music. Non-members may attend for … Continue reading →
PRSA Houston is extending its PR Day registration through Oct. 12. The lineup of speakers for PR Day 2011: A Matter of Trust include: Luncheon keynote speaker: Alan VanderMolen, President/CEO, Edelman Global Practices and Diversified Insights Businesses Henry de La … Continue reading →
Is it too soon to follow up with that reporter? Is this a good day/time to do so? How do I make sure she reads my press release? Bottom line, how do I get my story in and on the news? These … Continue reading →
During the Houston PRSA annual elections coming up in August, members will be asked to approve new bylaws for the chapter. Nationally, Leadership Assembly delegates approved new PRSA bylaws in 2009 and chapters were asked to revise their own bylaws accordingly … Continue reading →
Recently, I was having a conversation with a friend of mine who owns a successful creative services agency that focuses primarily on strategy and branding. We were talking about how business was and he told me that business was good, … Continue reading →
With the outrageous number of emails that reporters receive daily, it is easy to breeze past a great story because the email gets buried or even deleted. As they are scanning through the clutter and a familiar name jumps out, … Continue reading →
Did you happen to see the piece from PRSAY on the “Ethical Use of Interns?” Since I am the chair of the University Relations Committee, I was asked to give my perspective, so here goes… I really don’t want to … Continue reading →
Watching television a few days ago, and saw an ad featuring a rather agreeable-looking farmer with his daughter, moseying through a corn field, discussing the benefits of something I’d never heard of before, called corn sugar. High Fructose Corn Syrup, … Continue reading →
Smith was the guest speaker at PRSA Houston’s luncheon on Sept. 1, where he discussed the year-old media outlet’s mission to promote civic engagement and discourse on public policy, politics, government, and other matters of statewide concern.