ADV 310 Intro to PR Week 3 Notes
ADV 310 Intro to PR Week 3 Notes Adv 310
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Date Created: 09/09/16
ADV 310 Week 3 9/5-9/9 What do Professionals do?-Media Relations Media relations, or publicity, seeks to get positive third party endorsements for a product, service, issue or organizations o Using (earned) media to promote an understanding of a product, service, issue or organizations o Using (earned) media to shape public perception of a product, service, issue or organization (ndo are interrelated) Ex: Apple event held every 2 week in September As opposed to more direct forms of communications, such as advertising or direct marketing, communicating through a journalist provides valuable and sought-after credibility that other forms of communications cannot match o Owned is less credible, earned is most credible Job duties of a media relations professional Pitching stories to the public o Contacting journalists (the media) to seek coverage Can use 2 angles, for two different newspapers like the New Gazette and the Daily Illini to be interested o Responding to routine requests from the media Arrange interviews Make public statements Find “experts” to comment on stories o Dealing with the media in crisis situations Being a “spoke person” for the organization Responding to questions and inquiries Sometimes, strategically arranging media events In large organizations, media relations and pitching stories often separated For celebrities: publicists, agents often do media relations Media Relations Key to good media relations: o “ you are only as good as your list”-creating a good media list o Developing positive relationships with journalists, members of media o Dealing with different types of media with different strategies Foundation for good relationship: o Understanding the changing media environment o Understanding what is news Soft, hard news values o Understanding journalistic ethics Seek truth and report it More relevant for PR: restrictions on what gifts can receive Understand individual journalists Media relations in the digital age Announcements Information about PR Career Assignment 1 is available on compass o Assignment about the industry and career research Group project 1 is now available on compass Noticed a drop in attendance, might start giving random quizzes for attendance What do PR professionals do? –Media Relations Comparing information to 2004, before Twitter, Facebook, any major social media, we have so much more information available to us Media relations in the digital age Blogs and blogger relations Sponsored content Online “journalism” websites and corporate “newsrooms” Legacy media= large scale, well established companies Aren’t relevant on social media Blogs and blogger relations Blogs and blogger relations o One of many growing areas in PR o How do you keep a positive relationship with the blogging community o Best shot at landing blogger relations PR? Having successful blog, dealing with criticism, writing for an audience Become active in the blogging community Working with bloggers o Many bloggers state what they will write about; how to pitch to them o Not bound by same ethical codes as journalists o Many require “pay to play” but the government has been stepping up its regulation in this area Require payment to run post (U.S. journalists would get fired for accepting payment to run story) Federal trade commission new rules in 2009 FTC requires bloggers to say what theyre accepting If they don’t they can get fined or the client can be sued o Professional code of conduct and ethics are still important when dealing with bloggers Sponsored Content Increasingly, organizations are :going around” the traditional media and directly to publics via sponsored content or “native advertising” Sponsored content: o When organizations pays for placement or editorial content (like news stories, blog posts, social media) o Sometimes use term “native advertising” –what is form of content is “native” to the medium o Sponsored blogs o Web content sponsored Online newsrooms o Unlimited space online o Content is controlled by organization o Can shape the conversation online, influence search results
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