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Is it News or Just a lot of Hot Air?

For the past 30 years, I have worked in the public relations profession. All of these years have been with colleges or universities from Pittsburgh to St. Louis, and a few places in between. Prior to my career in PR, I was a reporter/editor for a small newspaper in northern Indiana. Working at that...

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Local PR Pros Win Big At The 2018 PRism Awards

  2017s news is officially history and so are the big wins at the History in the Making themed PRisms Awards Banquet held on May 3, 2018 at the Dayton Steam Plant. The PRism awards, hosted by the Dayton Area Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), are held each May and rec...

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Don't Miss History in the Making

  Dayton is full of rich history which has molded our home to the unique city that it is. We are considered an innovation hub, an inventor’s town. Dayton is the home of the first successful aircraft, the parachute, electric wheelchair, Freon, the ice cube tray, and even the pop-top alu...

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Local Professionals to be Honored at Dayton Area Chapter of PRSA PRism Award Banquet

  (Left to Right) Emily Grunder, Jamie Kenny, Kevin Roach, Debbie Feldman     DAYTON, OH: The Dayton Area Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is pleased to announce the 2018 winners of individual PRism Award w...

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Real-life PR pro confession: Taking time away for professional development can be tough amid deadlines, conference calls and projects. But, it’s worth it!

I recently attended Content Marketing World in Cleveland and learned during sessions focused on topics ranging from lead generation to writing. Some of my favorite lessons – and perhaps most useful! – came in the form of a “working with sales” session. Led by Jeannine Rossign...

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