15May

Miami’s Christopher Columbus High School prom torpedoed into a PR crisis when a caged tiger was wheeled into the center of the room to entertain the students. The “Welcome...

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03May
By: admin On: May 03, 2018 In: Blog, Public Relations, Social Media, Uncategorized Comments: 0

Social media worked itself into a frenzy this week when “Gossip Girl” star Blake Lively made some drastic changes to her Instagram account. The famous actress and popular social...

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24Apr

Allegiant Airlines has recently come under fire following a blistering report by CBS’ 60 Minutes, that criticized the Las Vegas-based air carrier’s safety track record. According to 60 Minutes, Allegiant...

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18Apr

Can sexual harassers redeem themselves and make a career comeback? And if they can, what should the path to public forgiveness look like for those accused of inappropriate behavior? This...

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13Apr

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently sat in front of Congress for a Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committee hearing, following the company’s recent privacy scandal. Perhaps affected by the intense...

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23Mar

Facebook recently found itself in the middle of a major public relations crisis after news broke that the private information of more than 50 million of its users was...

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15Mar

The public relations and industry is constantly evolving and maturing every single day. Today’s PR firms face numerous challenges. From finding the right talent to facing intense competition, keeping...

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09Mar

The current White House administration continues to undergo significant staff changes. Last week, Hope Hicks has stepped down from her position as White House Communications Director after admitting to...

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05Mar
By: admin On: March 05, 2018 In: Blog, Crisis PR, News, Press Release, Public Relations Comments: 0

South Florida-based public relations firm Red Banyan continues to see growth in its Washington, D.C. office with the addition of Rachael Payton as an Account Executive. In her new...

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Dick’s Sporting Goods, one of the nation’s largest sports retailers, announced Wednesday morning (Feb 28) that it will no longer sell assault-style rifles in its stores and will not...

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