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A Higher Standard: How Brands are Rethinking Their Messaging

In our digital age, taking a stand on social justice issues goes far beyond marching in protests. It can also mean using social media to share, educate, donate and call others to support your...

What’s Ahead? A formula for communications teams during COVID-19

For weeks, we’ve heard the call from elected officials and healthcare providers about the need to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic so as not to overwhelm the nation’s hospitals and medical facilities....

Three Key Takeaways from Cision’s 2020 State of the Media Report

At a time when journalists are cranking out stories at a rapid pace to keep up with the seemingly never-ending flow of coronavirus news, Cision continued to collect data from the editors and reporters...

Content Overload: How to Break Through Cluttered Feeds During the Coronavirus Content Deluge

Throughout the world we are experiencing shortages of food, morale, and especially, toilet paper, but there’s one area we definitely aren’t lacking: content.  Timelines and news feeds have become endless scrolls of information, both...

How Big Business Brands are addressing Coronavirus

UPDATED: Monday, March 16, 2020 As COVID-19 has been upgraded to a Pandemic, states have shut down public schools and non-essential retail while placing a ban on gatherings of people over 50. It’s a...

3 Big Mistakes to Avoid on Day 1 of a Crisis

No crisis is easy and that’s a simple fact. However, a little preparation can go a long way in making your crisis response go a lot smoother. AT D+P NewsHub, we’ve written extensively about...

Miami International Airport is using Content PR to calm travelers stuck in long lines

The Digital Marketing team at Miami International Airport was faced with a challenge last year — how could the airport create content that eases the stress of passengers. “We’re challenged, because we basically have...

A new Content PR approach — introducing NewsHub

Let’s look at the facts. More than 2,100 newspapers have closed since 2004, according to a University of North Carolina study, and both daily and Sunday print circulation has plummeted by 12 percent.  That...