Capitol Communicator’s PR Summit DC, set for this Thursday, July 19, at the National Press Club, will offer an in-depth mix of sessions with over 40 speakers from the media and local organizations and agencies that will examine fake news; how to best work with industry trade media; how PR can improve SEO; making the business case for public relations; how CSR has become purpose driven; the shifting landscape of crisis communications; a how-to on creating podcasts; and much, much more.
The full-day event will feature Marian Salzman, considered one of the world’s top five trendspotters, who has a communications career that has spanned more than three decades across multiple industries
Other highlights include a session moderated by Anthony Shop, Social Driver, that will provide insights every communicator should know when it comes to false information online, and how national and global nonprofit organizations are fighting back; Alison Fitzgerald Kodjack, NPR, leading a panel of opinion page editors on today’s guidelines on how to get client’s commentary’s accepted; a Pew Research Center session that will detail the substantial differences in social media use by age and how to keep engagement in the busy social media environment; and, Richard Levick, ESQ, discussing what it takes to break down silos and improve risk intelligence so you can successfully embrace the speed, transparency and trust necessary to survive (and thrive) in today’s climate of constant conflict and crisis. Plus, PR Summit DC is an opportunity to network with other professionals facing many of the same issues and concerns you are facing.
For the full agenda and to register, click here.