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Capitol Communicator
A media & events company for marketing & communications professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region. Covering Washington D.C., Baltimore & Richmond.
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Capitol Communicator 9h
For those who weren't at , you can follow our hashtag or watch our live video on the luncheon keynote "The Future of PR," delivered by from
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Sheila Brooks, Ph.D. 11h
Had a great time at today. I'm proud to support the graduate program in Strategic Public Relations as adjunct faculty at George Washington University. Thank you @CapitolComm.
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Capitol Communicator 12h
Thank you to all of our speakers, attendees and sponsors who made a wonderful event to remember. We hope you receive valuable insights and see you at our next year’s summit.
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Capitol Communicator 12h
leaders at are providing professionals with suggestions on -Rebranding starts from your internal team. Talk to your stakeholders, board members & your team & make sure they agree with the changes.
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Christina Nyquist 13h
defy conventional wisdom about shortening attn spans, says . Ppl will listen to longer shows.
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Christina Nyquist 13h
Would be remiss if I didn’t share After the Fact’s episode w/ on social media/tech trends:
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Danny Selnick 13h
⁩ at presents some very interesting data. There’s a widespread view that social media platforms censure speech. Anger or opposition drives more engagement than supportive posts. Users are exhausted. Only 20% like the “battle.”
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Jason Kelly 13h
.’s to : 1 of 5 Americans say they get news on .
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Capitol Communicator 13h
Replying to @JohnFriedman
Thank you for attending and sharing valuable insight at our summit!
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Capitol Communicator 13h
Expressing your opposition to a political matter gets more attention than sharing what you support, according to from
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Capitol Communicator 13h
is discussing data on social media use in 2018. “Nearly half of the public gets news on Facebook.”
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T. Kevin Walker 14h
College PR programs aren't business-based, so PR pros run into walls communicating to and others in organizations/businesses -- at .
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Danny Selnick 14h
says communicators need to discuss the cost of action vs the cost of inaction. says getting other co departments in on the discussion (that support your POV) can help the C-suite to see that the need is not only coming from public affairs/PR
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NRF 14h
“Computers cannot replace the communications functions.” -
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Capitol Communicator 14h
Replying to @CapitolCom
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Capitol Communicator 14h
shares a map of local Sinclair stations and explains how these stations helped Trump win his presidential campaign. Videos can be a powerful tool that need to incorporate in their communications strategies .
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is taking over the stage to discuss ways to help organizations and companies be more authentic on . “FB live videos get three times more engagement than pre-produced videos.”
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BehindTheMind Radio 14h
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Jason Kelly 14h
. on measuring ROI to : Social media users want to be informed, entertained and elevated.
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Robert Udowitz 14h
. How do you conjunct with the COO when he doesn't look at me like a "business" - Looks at me like a "cost" w/.
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