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May 18, 2011


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I'm glad to read posts like yours, Bob, and Jeremy's because I found myself indifferent to this issue when it blew up last week. Unlike others in the field, I don't think "PR will pay" for any of this because it's most likely only going to stay in our professional circles and maybe into a case study book some day. PR has always had to deal with image issues, but what else is new?

I think you hit on an interesting aspect of it, though, with the fact that some reporters seem to revel in outing PR pitches and their clients. It does nothing to help further relations between the two sides, who clearly need each other in their respective jobs.

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