The Wakeman Agency announced the launch of The Narrative Justice Project (NJP), a tactical response to the continual misrepresentation and under-representation of people of color in the media. Through this community organizing initiative, people of color around the country will have access to free media training to learn how to leverage the media in times of crisis. The goal is to bring equality to media representation, ensuring the inclusion of diverse voices from across communities of color.
By Jessica Epperly An editorial calendar is used by bloggers, publishers, businesses and groups to control publication of content across different media. Publishers also extract some of their editorial calendar data and make the data publicly available to attract advertisers. Public relations professionals use these abbreviated editorial calendars to try to place stories for their … Read more
By Monica Clarke If you haven’t heard of Pinterest, then you may be living under a rock. Pinterest has been everywhere in a social boom, from articles in The Wall Street Journal to local newscasts. Everyone seems to have an interest in Pinterest. But is it just another social fad, and is it worth anything … Read more