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Fake History and Tall Tales

Just when you thought it was safe to back into the cinema, along comes another biopic, as they call them to excite your history taste buds. ‘’I never let the truth get in the way of a good story.’’ The …

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Social media winning the war of relevance

The death knell has been sounding for some time. Traditional media is in deep decline. Viewership, listenership and readership figures are on the slide as consumers turn to social media and podcasts for their daily content fix. Historically, the national …

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Corporate Communications and The Law

The era of fluffy public relations, thankfully, is all but extinct. PR is a serious business. It is a long-term, strategic discipline that should be embraced at the highest level of corporate planning. This is never truer than when looking …

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Crisis Communications

While crisis communications is the most high profile area of public relations practice, with PR agencies building their reputations on successful campaigns, and big corporations losing theirs on the back of unsuccessful ones, it is probably the most overlooked and …

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Presidential Race Has Become a Sham

Presidential Race Has Become a Sham You could blame Trump. But it’s really Dana’s fault. She was the first genuine ‘celebrity’ politician to run for President of Ireland in 2011. Now she has sparked a trend. It appears, in 2018, …