Research by Brand Intelligence® firm, Ornico, finds the number of new print ads in the personal care and beauty categories surpassed new television advertisements in August 2020. Though print media […]
Following the address by President Cyril Ramaphosa last week on easing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, media coverage shows increased mentions of the economy reopening. Health and safety precautions are also in […]
Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation on Sunday, 24 May 2020, news points to schools and parts of the South African economy gearing up to open doors on […]
Media coverage research and analysis during the previous week suggested the need for clear and regular communication, with calls for President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the nation. This address finally […]
Analysing some of the latest global research highlights a few interesting trends which will increasingly affect the public relations and communication industry – particularly from a measurement and evaluation perspective.
Public relations is heading into a crisis, and it’s not the economy — it’s the sorry state of tertiary institutions, churning out PR ‘graduates’ who are ill-equipped for the industry. Rachel Irvine, MD of Irvine Bartlett, weighs in on the state of PR and what causes changes in the industry.