CommCore SVP Nick Peters discusses Facebook and Instagram’s fat shaming faux pas in this edition of “What Were They Thinking?”
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The ruling by a federal appeals court that a “like” or a comment on Facebook is a form of protected free speech has major implications for professional communicators. The higher court reversed a Virginia district court decision upholding the dismissal of employees in the Hampton, VA sheriff’s department four years ago because they “liked” and commented on an election opponent’s campaign Facebook page. Read more
One of the top media attention grabbers is an airplane crash at a major airport with dramatic video of the explosion and fire.
Catch the Spirit…
If a tree falls in the forest do you hear it? You do if Spirit Airlines is holding the saw.
In case you missed the latest coverage surrounding Spirit…dying Vietnam vet Jerry Meekins tried to get a refund after being told by his doctor that he was too sick to fly. Spirit refused his request for days citing its iron-clad no refund policy. They even suggested that he should have bought travel insurance. Read more
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PR and Marketing professionals have begun to re-embrace the cliché that “A Picture is Worth One Thousand Words.” Last week’s purchase of Instagram by Facebook for $1.1 billion is what we call a clue about the power of visuals. Read more
We all know how hard it is to stand out from the hordes when applying for a coveted job.
Capitol Hill staffer Adrian Sferle is standing head and shoulders above others trying to get in to Facebook with a Facebook cartoon resume. Read more