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Handwriting better than copywriting

Mobility often imposes on us the use of digital devices. Smartphones and tablets have replaced desktops but also our writing pad.  It is so convenient and practical that we tend to use the new devices even when it would be … Continue reading

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Digest of NEWS – Features cultural barriers and disinformation

The latest issue of ComIPI’s quarterly digest is on line. It mainly features overcoming cultural barriers and the problem posed by disinformation within digital media. Posted by International & Public Communication on Wednesday, January 6, 2016

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Quarterly Digest of News of Interest to the PA Community

The latest issue of the ComIPI quarterly review is available online: It features: Why ISIS coverage sounds familiar Analysis of Russia’s information campaign against Ukraine How Russia Is Revolutionizing Information Warfare Social Media tips: How to Survive a Scandal If … Continue reading

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Social media training is top priority for every PR professional

I recently attended the first NATO online ‘open’ massive training course dedicated to Social Media. The course confirmed that – even if I have been a Social Media user since its beginning – still there are many aspects that I … Continue reading

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Expert: Russia’s propaganda worse now than at height of Cold War

Originally posted on fveltri:
From Joel Harding’s Blog: Expert: Russia’s propaganda worse now than at height of Cold War. Apparently Russian viewers want to believe these fairy tales. They want to think their country is in the right. They want…

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The #HoCoPolice and the #ColumbiaMall Shooting

There has been a shooting incident at the Columbia mall. No additional details yet. PIO en route. Will update ASAP. — Howard County Police (@HCPDNews) January 25, 2014 Following crisis news in real time is nothing new. Orson Welles proved…

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The Wolf of Wall Street as a meme generator

By Franco Veltri To watch the Wolf of Wall Street is a must for professional communicators. Leaving aside ethical considerations, Jordan Belfort is a a master in communications who had no clue about why he was so successful. Indeed, to … Continue reading

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