Netflix’s Tiger King: a lesson in PR dirty tricks

Netflix’s Tiger King: when business rivalry becomes attempted murder 
How to beat dirty business tricks by competitors
If you’ve not yet seen Tiger King on Netflix, then drop what you’re doing and start binge-watching it, as it’s been the best car-crash series in a long while.

If you have, then you’ll know it’s a “you couldn’t make this […]

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Abercrombie and Fitch faces controversial PR ‘Situation’

Has the controversial offer by US clothing chain Abercrombie and Fitch to pay a reality TV star not to wear its clothes been a stroke of PR genius or just another costly example of public relations miscalculation?
That’s the question currently hot on the lips of many in the PR profession, after it emerged that the […]

By |18th August 2011|Celebrity PR, PR, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Guardian clampdown on no plug, no interview PR

Could we finally be seeing the back of no plug, no interview PR – the practice in which public relations agencies only give journalists access to their clients in exchange for promotional content in editorial?

The Guardian has fuelled speculation that an end could be well on the cards, after it announced a new clause in […]

By |12th August 2011|Celebrity PR, PR|0 Comments