One of the most powerful forms of communication is writing, and if you’ve landed yourself a career in PR you’ve probably done your fair share over the years.
From pitching to press releases to bylines, writing […]
The holidays have come and gone, and the new year just started, so that means we’re preparing for the 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The world’s largest tech show officially kicks off on […]
Recently, the Federal Communications Commission cast a vote to change some longstanding rules about media ownership that could have major potential impacts, especially on local news.
The ruling will do away with limits on local ownership […]
To be successful in our industry, one of the main skills you need is the ability to craft a thoughtful, compelling and targeted pitch. You may have an incredible story to tell, but if you can’t articulate […]
The Special Olympics has been a part of my life for more than 15 years. I have been blessed and privileged to coach and play alongside truly talented athletes whose stories of determination, dedication, and […]
We’ve talked about it before, and we’re going to talk about it again, the #PRLife is downright stressful. And if you work in a high energy, stressful city like I do, even the environment outside […]
While big retailers continue to be a top target for data thieves, professional services firms are increasingly finding themselves as targets for cyber hackers. This is due to the vast amounts of valuable client data […]
This story was co-written by Stephanie Schwartz.
Recently on the rbb blog, we published the first installment of our “rbb Behind the Scenes” series, where we got the down and dirty scoop on EVP/Partner, Tina Elmowitz.
I recently celebrated my 38th birthday, which was hard to fathom since from time to time I still shop at Forever 21. But surprisingly (or perhaps telling), Forever 21 was one of a few brands […]
The beginning of your career can truly shape who you become on a professional level as lessons learned during those formative years tend to stay with you.
I was privileged to be able to work in […]