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Crenshaw Communications • May 31, 2024

5 Trends Shaping The Future Of PR (And How To Manage Them)

For PR teams, there’s never been a time of greater opportunity. But with opportunities come risks and challenges.  Among the excellent content at the PROI 2024 Global Summit in Rio de Janiero was a gem of a panel on the top trends shaping the work we do, and a discussion of how we might meet […]

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Crenshaw Communications • May 1, 2024

No, DEI Isn’t Dead. But No One Wants To Talk About It.

Much of the recent news surrounding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion of late is negative. DEI programs have been banned in states like Texas, and the backlash hasn’t stopped there. Axios reports that businesses have “backed away from DEI programs over the past two years in the wake of widespread attacks from lawmakers, high-profile rich guys […]

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Crenshaw Communications • April 12, 2024

How To Take Control Of A Media Interview

The headlines, social posts and PR takes were fascinating. “Guyana president blasts journalist when discussing country’s oil reserves” “Stop Lecturing Me’: Indian-Origin Guyana Pres. Shuts Down BBC Journalist, Exposes West’s Hypocrisy” “BBC journalist humbled by Guyana’s president…” Last week international communications expert (and my friend) Bob Pickard posted an extraordinary”train wreck” excerpt of an exchange […]

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Crenshaw Communications • March 27, 2024

Kate Middleton And The Palace’s PR Problems

PR and Royal-watchers were shocked – and chastened – to learn of Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis late last week. In a beautifully simple video message delivered as she sat on a bench against a spring backdrop, the Princess of Wales explained why she’d been out of the public eye. She shared that after tests showed […]

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Crenshaw Communications • January 3, 2024

Top PR Insights From 2023 – It’s More Than AI!

This year, our PR team published dozens of blog posts, sharing PR insights and unpacking trends from a variety of perspectives. They’re based on the experience and direct observation from people at all staff levels. And 2023 has certainly been a year of wild experiences for PR professionals. We’re not just talking about ChatGPT – […]

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