On July 16th, I had the honor of speaking at the Council of PR Firm’s InternFest 2013. More than 175 NYC interns gathered for a program at the NYU Kimmel Center. With only 10 to 15 minutes for opening remarks, I wanted to offer young professionals a glimpse into the world of PR, through a […]
I’ve had easily a half-dozen or more one-on-one conversations this summer with students – current and former – from Curry College, where I teach PR full-time in our undergraduate Communication Department, and Regis College, where I teach part-time in the graduate Organizational and Professional Communications program.
In an age of public conversations, ethical decision making and accurate communications are top of mind for the PR professional. With the public accessing social media for their news and information, the topic of ethics is even more prominent. The major professional associations provide a Code of Ethics to educate and guide PR professionals on the subject. However, with the shifting media landscape and technology advancing rapidly, communications ethics are challenged.