Thanks for visiting my blog where I get to spout off about all things PR, media and marketing related – and anything else that takes my fancy.

I’m Rachel Moss. I’m Head of Communications for a Welsh public sector organisation and used to read and report the news on telly – for ITN, Channel Five News and Meridian.

I love to write, so this is my vent – but if my streams of consciousness are of interest to you then that’s great too. I hope you enjoy the read.

Follow me on Twitter if you like – @commsbird

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Rachel
    Hope life is good with you.
    We are running a debate ‘Is PR Dead?’ this month on #PRredefined – the independent, non-commercial forum to generate new thinking in PR – at http://www.prredefined.org
    Would really value your contributions and help to spread the word.
    We will be using the content and insights generated during the debate to include in #PRredefined Vol. II
    Hope you can help a good genuine cause.

  2. Thanks Andy. I’ll certainly do so – although I realise we’re near the end of the month already. It is a very interesting debate – and I’m inclined to subscribe to Heather Yaxley’s view in her post https://greenbanana.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/why-i-dont-care-about-defining-public-relations/. I think Grunig and Hunt’s traditional core definition still stands today – the tools and approach we take may have changed dramatically but in my mind it is still apt to regard PR as “the management of communication between an organization and its publics” – to build reputation, trust and dialogue. Do we need to change that?

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