Muck Rack's monthly top picks: 5 links we loved in April
May is almost here and that means that spring is officially in full swing! Let's recap our five favorite PR/journalism posts from around the web in April. Also, read on to discover the top five stories from right here on the Muck Rack blog.
Links We Loved
1. 5 questions on the future of press releases: Is the press release dead? It's an age old question for PR pros at this point. Patrick Coffee from MediaBistro interviewed Anna Campellini, head of strategy at Vizy – an Italian company that crowdsources multimedia press releases for her take.
2. What a Pulitzer winner leaving journalism over money means for PR: You may have heard that former journalist Rob Kuznia won a Pulitzer for his work at The Daily Breeze. You also may have heard that he no longer works in journalism. This opened up a big discussion about newspaper salary. PR pro and PRDaily columnist Kevin Allen explores the scenario further.
3. The 5 things I'm still pondering from SXSW: Heather Whaling of Geben Communications has recovered from the SXSW whirlwind and has some thoughts and reflections on what she learned. If you were at the mega-event this year, what's your take?
4. Keeping it professionally real on social media: Amanda Grinavich from Shift Communications offers up tips for being real on social media, while still maintaining a level of professionalism. It can be done!
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