#PRSSANC: Jason Mollica’s Keys to Media Interview Success

Although PRSSA National Conference has come to an end, there are still plenty of helpful insights to share from our experience in Washington, DC. Sessions highlighted an array of public relations topics with prominent speakers from Ketchum, Edelman, the Smithsonian and even Neiman Marcus. Also among those notable speakers was JRMComm President and Temple University … Continue reading #PRSSANC: Jason Mollica’s Keys to Media Interview Success

Why social media is more than your “personal brand”

The following blog post was written by Jason Mollica, '97 Temple Alum.Something I’m asked quite often about is personal branding. You’ve probably been told it is important that you focus on developing it. But are you REALLY a brand?In the last five years, we have seen Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and the blogosphere serve as an … Continue reading Why social media is more than your “personal brand”

How Students Can Be Better Leaders in PR

The following blog post was written by Jason Mollica, '97 Temple Alum.I recently finished President George W. Bush’s book “Decision Points.” As someone who is a history buff and enjoys reading about how president’s think, I was eager to dive in. There have been 44 men that have led our country and each one was … Continue reading How Students Can Be Better Leaders in PR

Politics and PR: Don’t Stop Using Social Media!

The following post was written by Jason Mollica, '97 Temple Alum.Rep. Anthony Weiner’s (D-NY) social scandal garnered plenty of headlines in June. You remember the story: Weiner tweeted lewd pictures to a 21-year old college student. Then it was found out he did the same to a few other Twitter followers. Weiner resigned under the … Continue reading Politics and PR: Don’t Stop Using Social Media!