Communications; Public Relations; PR

work experience at see media
Work experience: Dipping into the world of housing comms
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My name is Elise Middleton and I’m currently in my third year at the University of Worcester, studying journalism.  The PR industry has always interested me and while we’ve touched on it in my course, we’ve never really gone into...
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Eight reasons to celebrate See Media’s eighth birthday
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When I left 1 Canada Square in March 2014 for the last time as editor of Inside Housing, I was doing more than stepping onto the Jubilee line away from Canary Wharf to whisk me home to South London. I...
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Communicating with the media | See Media
Three tips for effectively communicating with the media
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Engaging with the media can be quite daunting, especially when being asked to address something you’d much rather avoid as in Tony Abbott’s case back in 2011, who simply ignored the question being asked to him again and again. However,...
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Crisis communications case studies 2021 – See Media Masterclass
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Protecting your organisation’s reputation is a crucial part of any #housingcomms job. These 12 crisis communications cases studies will give you numerous insights and tips. Watch the webinar below and you will learn how to deal with real #ukhousing crisis...
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#housingcomms content ideas in 2021
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In September I wrote about #housingcomms content ideas for external comms, as we all got back to work after summer and the schools went back. Unfortunately things didn’t quite go to plan back then on the pandemic as it kicked...
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Importance of filling the crisis communications vacuum
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Over the weekend the inevitable happened and a child at the school my children go to tested positive for COVID-19. What followed was the start of a classic crisis communications vacuum that needed a swift and decisive response. Initial reports...
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Psychology | See Media blog | PR planning
The use of psychology in campaign design
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Mandated time at home feels much different when you’re an adult accustomed to a busy schedule and social gatherings.   Like most people, I’ve been trying to fill my free time as productively as possible and I began this week, by...
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Why has the #31DaysOfCreativity challenge been so important?
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Albert Einstein once said, “creativity is contagious, pass it on” and after taking part in the #31DaysOfCreativity challenge, I think the genius was on to something. The challenge has been organised by the lovely ladies at Comms Creatives, who have...
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Factfulness | Housing communications | See Media blog
The value of ‘factfulness’ campaigns
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I recently finished reading Factfulness by Hans Rosling, a book described by Barack Obama as demonstrating the “hopeful potential for human progress when we work off facts rather than our inherent biases.” Without giving too much away, the book explains...
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