Get tips on how to use podcasting to engage your target audiences.
About this event
Melissa Wissel, Communications Director for City of St. Augustine, will discuss how the City of St. Augustine leveraged a community partnership to increase storytelling and share information with its targeted audience through podcasting.
Join your fellow PR pros as Robyn Felix APR, Communications & Board Services Bureau Chief of Southwest Florida Management District shares tips on proactive pitching. Pitching positive stories to the media is a top priority for the Southwest Florida Water Management District.
Join us for our June Lunch and Learn – WEDNESDAY, June 15 at 11:45 a.m. Please note the change to Wednesday vs our usual Thursday 😊
The Wright Place (First United Methodist Church)
6 E. Wright Street in Pensacola
Join us for FPRA Pensacola Chapter’s June Lunch & Learn as we learn about “How to Media Train the C-Suite” with Joel Staley, Founder/CEO of JCS Communications. In his presentation, “How to Media Train the C-Suite,” expert media trainer Joel Staley teaches you how to help your senior executives become better spokespersons. Following are a few of the things you’ll learn:
The tell-tale signs that a spokesperson needs additional training.
The situations that require additional training for any spokesperson, including experienced ones.
How to persuade reluctant senior leaders to receive media training.
The elements that constitute an excellent media or presentation training.
Teaching techniques that help senior leaders accept the counsel and coaching given during a media or presentation training.
How to increase the quality of simulated media interviews with trainees.
Mark your calendars – the future is now! @FPRA Orlando and @PRSA Orlando present Central Florida’s Media Mashup 2022, a half-day professional development conference on Thursday, June 16, at Ace Café Orlando. Featuring a line-up of top journalists and communications leaders, you won’t want to miss it. More details coming soon – register today to claim your spot! #MediaMashup22
Join FPRA State President, Devon Chestnut, APR, CPRC, for a conversation on crisis communications, just in time for hurricane season.
About this event
A crisis could impact your organization at any time. Communication with employees can be the key to successful recovery efforts. However, don’t wait until the crisis hits. Pre-crisis and post-crisis communication are just as important as communication during the crisis event. Does your organization have a crisis communication plan? If so, do you have tools in place to ensure your communication reaches your employees regardless of the situation? Can your employees reach you with their own crisis needs? Learn more about developing a robust communication plan, activating various forms of communication channels, and the importance of establishing a communication cadence based on the crisis level.
Thank you to our Event Sponsor: Visit Sarasota County. Thank you to our annual sponsor: Next-Mark.
PR, marketing, communications pros: learn branding from Kristina Circelli with the Volusia/Flagler Chapter of FPRA
About this event
Public Relations professionals are invited to join the Volusia/Flagler chapter of Florida Public Relations Association for our June luncheon as we learn about how to use a bit of a personal touch to build trust with your audience.
Kristina Circelli serves as marketing director for CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., which oversees the Volusia Mall and The Pavilion at Port Orange. She was named by The Daytona Beach News-Journal as “40-under-40 Volusia-Flagler Young Professional of the Year” in 2022.
Circelli will share examples from her work with CBL, as a published author and her job in corporate training that have helped her to use personal relationships and branding to support her business and role.
The meeting will be in the Dennis McGee Room on the second floor of the Daytona Beach International Airport. There will be a chance for networking at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at noon. Please register by noon Monday, June 13. After the deadline a $5 additional fee per ticket will apply and reservation space/lunch availability is not guaranteed.
During this time more and more people are looking for companies to be better than they were before. Whether it’s in crisis or breaking into a new market segment. It’s the perfect time for your organization to be Saved by PR efforts. You won’t want to miss a half-day of engaging sessions with some of the state’s most creative and strategic storytellers and PR professionals to teach you how to be the hero of your organization.
We are excited to invite you to the Capital Chapter’s summer social. Our fantastic colleagues at Moore will be hosting us at their office on Delta Blvd., near The Centre of Tallahassee.
Come enjoy a beverage and some treats in the air conditioning! See old friends and make new ones!
We will be collecting donations of school supplies for students of all ages, so please consider bringing something to contribute.
This event is free for members and “future members”/guests.
Registration is officially open for Space Coast FPRA 2022 Media Summit – Crisis Mode: Navigating PR & Media Relations.This is our first in-person summit in two years and we are pulling out all the stops! 😏😎
The summit will include our amazing keynote speaker, Heather Scott, a Fireside Chat showcasing real-life examples of working relationships between PR pros and reporters, followed by a traditional news media panel of print and broadcast journalists who will discuss best practices. Don’t sleep on this event, register now! ✅️
Mark your calendars – the future is now! @FPRA Orlando presents Central Florida’s Media Mashup 2022, a half-day professional development conference on Thursday, June 16, at Ace Café Orlando. Featuring a line-up of top journalists and communications leaders, you won’t want to miss it. More details coming soon – register today to claim your spot! #MediaMashup22
Team reporting means leaning into the access you have instead of being caught up in what you aren’t allowed to report. To get that access, you have to build trust and relationships so players/coaches understand you are different than the outside media, and they can be fully open and transparent with you. Everyone can cover the x’s and o’s. Use the unique access you have to humanize the team and make fans emotionally invested and care about wins and losses.
About Casey Phillips, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Reporter
Casey has been the Team Reporter for the Buccaneers for seven years serving as host for two television shows, two radio shows, providing web and social media content, serving as an in-stadium host, and emceeing events. She previously worked for the St. Louis Rams and Washington Wizards, as well as the Sports Public Relations department for Walt Disney World. She received her Bachelors in Radio/Television Journalism and her Masters in Broadcast Management both from the University of Missouri and is a Dallas, TX native.