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Traditional media still dominate the Japanese market but new communication channels are catching up (Global PR Perspectives)

This week our series on international PR will visit Japan. Tadahisa Kimura, General Manager at GlobalCom’s partner agency Kyodo Public Relations in Tokyo, informs about current trends in media and PR in Japan. Online and social media are becoming increasingly popular here, but traditional media like newspapers and TV still have the highest priority. *The […]

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Don’t go “off the record” in Italy but learn how to creatively combine Social Media and traditional PR

Learn how the financial crisis influenced PR practices in Italy, how to intelligently integrate social media and classical press release distribution to fulfill the needs of today’s media professionals in Italy in our international PR series today.   1.  What is the latest trend (change) in PR you have identified in your region? Vilma Bosticco: […]

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Global PR Perspectives – In Germany journalists are “brutally honest” and have a very low “marketing bullshit tolerance” (part 2)

In part 1 of the interview* with PR specialist Wibke Sonderkamp we learned about current trends and changes in the German media landscape and PR practices. Part 2 of the interview takes a look at cultural differences and local PR specifics companies should keep in mind for their PR initiatives in Germany.

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Global PR Perspectives – In Germany journalists are “brutally honest” and have a very low “marketing bullshit tolerance” (part 1)

Today our global PR Reach series* is visiting Germany where PR consultant Wibke Sonderkamp is providing insight into current trends and developments in the German media landscape and PR practices before telling us about cultural gaps and clients who had to be re-animated with some excellent German beer after their first encounter with the shockingly […]

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Silent press conferences and lively Social Media usage in Bulgaria (Global PR Perspectives)

Learn why Bulgarian media rarely asks questions in press conferences, why the latest Heineken beer and Pampers campaigns used Facebook as a main communication channel and why the high acceptance of new communication channels causes problems in the use of the local language in our global PR interview series featuring Bulgarian PR expert Gergany Vassileva […]

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Global PR Perspectives – In Russia, the land of endless distances, personal relationships are still paramount

In our interview series about international PR providing insight into PR trends and local differences in PR practices from more than 20 countries*, today’s interview shows why you have to be very creative when choosing an even location, and why social media marketing does not necessarily support a company’s marketing goals in today’s interview with […]