As part of her Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship, FWPRSA’s advocacy chair, Amiso George, had the opportunity to give a workshop on “Understanding How Public Relations Can Enhance the Work of HR Managers,” to a variety of companies in Lagos, Nigeria! Thanks for representing FWPRSA all the way from Nigeria, Amiso!
If you’re looking to work with a social media influencer, then be ready to spend! According to Digiday, an Instagram star w/ 100,000 followers charges $1,000, and a Snapchat influencer w/ 1,000-5,000 views per post charges $500.
“Public Relations in a Fake News World”
Wednesday, September 13 – GFW PRSA September Luncheon
Sponsored By: Meltwater
2017 has seen the rise of accusations of deliberate, fabricated news – a type of yellow journalism or propaganda called “fake news.” Whether those allegations are true or not, PR practitioners must remember their ethical center around best practices to adhere to when they are asked to represent their clients or brands amid these conversations.
Join us on Wednesday, September 13, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., as Dr. Julie O’Neil from TCU, Dr. Mark Tremayne from UTA, and Dr. Kay Colley from Texas Wesleyan University discuss the challenges professional communicators face in the new fake news climate.
Be a part of the conversation! Join the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) on Thursday, August 24, at 2 p.m. CST, for their Chapters Chat on diversity & inclusion.