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The lessons I’ve learned on acclimating to the PR industry!

Transitioning from a college student to an intern to an account assistant has made it apparent just how much there is to learn upon graduation and how imperative it is that you commit to lifelong learning in the public relations industry. The great thing about starting as an…

Why PR often gets overlooked and why it shouldn’t

Public relations can easily go unnoticed, passed over for its more popular (and visible) counterparts like marketing and advertising. Even companies that do recognize the benefits of PR enough to engage a firm sometimes find that leadership tries to put PR on the chopping block when it comes…

Our favorite ways to keep up with the news

With the ever-changing news cycle, it can be hard to stay on top of the latest news. It doesn’t help that there are so many news channels to consume that it can seem overwhelming. Whether you’re looking for a deep dive into the news or a quick read…

The one where OPR shares their fave TV show – What’s our team bingeing at the moment?

With so many options on streaming platforms these days, it’s hard to pick just one show to watch at any given moment. If you’re like me, then you’re easily overwhelmed by the amount of shows, genres and platforms  to choose from – the options are ENDLESS. To help…

2019: A Year to Remember

In my last post, I shared an agency’s perspective of the fun and success that 2019 ushered to our team at Obsidian. But, I’d like for you to hear directly from each team member and what made this year one to remember.  Lauren Ooh, there are probably quite…

15 things to help you feel merry

Shopping, wrapping, traveling, cooking and endless errands fill up the last few weeks of December. No matter the holiday you celebrate, you’re likely feeling or have felt the pressure of the day-before-the-day preparations.  Well, I’m all about perspective and rest. So I’m here to give you a holiday…

Virality as a strategy: stupid smart or just plain stupid?

In the last few weeks, I’ve felt accosted by several “viral” campaigns that left me cocking my head and furrowing my brow. The consumer in me sighed as the PR practitioner side took a more skeptical approach. Were these campaigns were created to be intentionally bad or controversial…