Common Themes Defining Newsworthiness Public Rela

Common Themes Defining Newsworthiness Public Rela

Common Themes Defining Newsworthiness Public Rela

3 assignments first one is

15 slides and 2 to 3 pages

Managing a Crisis

Crisis
management and crisis communications are specialized business
disciplines. In times of crisis, companies can act in a number of ways;
from ignoring the situation and hoping it passes in the next news cycle
to aggressively defending itself after the fact. Smart companies have
plans that can be used in any crisis situation.

Using the company
developed in the Unit 4 Individual Project, select a crisis that
negatively affects the business from a legal or image standpoint.
Develop a series of scenario statements that you write ahead of time
that you will present to the management and legal departments so that
they may be used swiftly in a time of crisis.

Presentation Script

Create
a script to accompany the presentation. It should include background on
the crisis, how the situation will be handled, and the rationale for
the scenario statements.

This part of the Individual Project should be at least 2–3 pages (single-spaced).

PowerPoint Presentation

Create
a professional PowerPoint presentation. You will be assessed on the
design of the presentation, including colors, backgrounds,
professionalism, font, and graphics. Optional content includes sound,
videos, and animation.

This part of the Individual Project should be at least 15 slides. Two files that include the following will need to be uploaded:

  • Script:
    Use the attached template. The template is a .docx file and will need
    to be uploaded as a self-executing ZIP file. See MKTG340_U5IP Script in
    the ZIP File.
  • PowerPoint presentation

Please submit your assignment as a Word document in APA format using the attached TEMPLATE.
Notice that the grading criteria components match up with the headings
provided in the template. Do not change the font, page breaks, or
margins. Using the template without deleting the headings ensures that
you cover each segment of the assignment.

Assignment 2 8 to 10 pages

Event Planning

MPR
events are all around us. They can be large, small, formal, or informal
and can often include more than one organization. Using the company
that you further developed in the Unit 3 Individual Project, plan an
event that will be a good fit for it.

Part 1: Creating an Event

  • Develop the event. Explain how it aligns with the firm’s mission with a definable target audience.
  • Describe
    how you will link the image of the firm and the event. Keep in mind
    that people attend events mainly because of a connection with the theme
    or topic, not because of the sponsoring organization.
  • Create a presence so that the firm’s message and sponsorship will be remembered.
  • Provide a souvenir so that people will remember your event and company.

Part 1 of the Individual Project should be 3 pages in length.

Part 2: Notifying Connectors

  • Notify connectors before the event. Create a 1-page pitch to the media.
  • Write a 1-page recap of the event with quotes of attendees.

Part 2 of the Individual Project should be 2 pages in length.

Your
assignment should contain a cover page, an abstract page, and a
reference page in addition to the body. The body of the paper should be 5
pages, starting with a brief 1-paragraph introduction and ending with a
short conclusion. The entire submission will be 8–10 pages in length.

Assignment 3 8 to 10 pages

Pitching the Story

MPR
professionals need to persuade connectors to use their message. It must
be positioned as newsworthy. Common themes defining newsworthiness
often include the following:

  • Firsts
  • Trends
  • Local, quirky personalities
  • The underdog
  • Impact on the audience
  • Something of an unusual nature

Part 1: Pre-Pitch

Select a company to create a story that you wish to shop to a media outlet. Use the following guidelines:

  • Provide a brief overview of the company.
  • Describe the media outlet being pitched. Include information on its target audience (the media outlet must be real).

Part 1 of the Individual Project should be 1 page in length. Be sure to cite your resources.

Part 2: Writing an Effective Pitch Letter

  • Write the pitch letter, which should include the following:
    • An attention-grabbing opening
    • The “hook”
    • Background information supporting the pitch
    • Support materials
    • The action step

Part 2 of the Individual Project should be 2 1/2 pages in length. Be sure to cite your resources.

Part 3: Follow-up and Other Considerations

  • Describe your follow-up plan.
  • Discuss the special considerations for pitching a blogger.

Part 3 of the Individual Project should be 1 1/2 pages in length. Be sure to cite your resources.

Your
assignment should contain a cover page, an abstract page, and a
reference page in addition to the body. The body of the paper should be 5
pages, starting with a brief 1-paragraph introduction and ending with a
short conclusion. The entire submission will be 8–10 pages in length.

Please submit your assignment as a Word document in APA format using the attached TEMPLATE.

Notice
that the grading criteria components match up with the headings
provided in the template. Do NOT change the font, page breaks, or
margins. Using the template without deleting the headings ensures that
you cover each segment of the assignment.