PRSA Perspectives News and Notes from the Central Ohio Chapter of PRSA

Linking Tina Fey and Finance Fund

Kimberly Scher, APR
By , May 2nd, 2014

I have a confession to make. I really like award shows. In particular, I like it when the winners cry and thank their mom or spouse for believing in them. It’s fun to see the beautiful dresses, radiant actresses and funny show hosts like Tina Fey and Ellen Degeneres. I even like the bad acceptance […]

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Central Ohio PRism Awards One Month Away

By , March 27th, 2014

The Central Ohio PRism Awards Luncheon is coming soon on Tuesday, April 22 and we invite you to help us recognize public relations excellence from across industries in Central Ohio. You do not want to miss this event as we have received a record amount of award entries thanks to the new digital entry process! […]

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PRism Awards Go Digital

By , January 30th, 2014

It’s official. As of 2014, the PRism Awards have gone digital! The days of paper judging forms and shipping entries across the country to be judged are over. Thanks to our friends and web partner, Oxiem Interactive Marketing Agency, the new process will allow for all entries to be submitted and judged online. With the […]

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ImPRessive: Media Studies Senior Receives National Recognition at Public Relations Conference

PRSACentralOhio
By , November 25th, 2013

Authored by Natalie Mayan, Student, Marietta College ’15 When Lindsey Kudaroski ’14 was a mere sophomore, she became president of Marietta College’s chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America. Little did she know that by her senior year, her commitment and dedication to public relations would lead to national recognition. Kudaroski was recently awarded […]

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Tips on producing a Bronze Anvil winning VNR

Kristin Mack Deuber
By , June 4th, 2012

Columbus-based digital media relations firm MediaSource is the only company in the country awarded a Bronze Anvil from PRSA for digital PR work in the VNR (video news release) category. The award-winning release, produced for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), resulted in more than a billion viewers and readers as well as $3.1 […]

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