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Croom, our fierce-less leader is back!! Thankfully, and now everything is more clear on what to do, how to do it and when it is due. Since this week was a little hectic, I will… More

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It is week two of learning how to use Adobe Premiere Pro in my Public Relations Publishing class. All I can say is…are we done yet? For someone who is technologically advanced they might love this project, but if you are technically challenged like me…it is a little (or extremely) difficult. Video filming and editing […]

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Becoming a LegalShield member is already a great idea, but with the added perks, it makes it a must do. Who doesn’t love to save money on things you have to do already like shop… More

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This week in PR Publications, we tackled Adobe Premier Pro the editing software within the Adobe Creative Cloud Package. Back in high school, I worked on a few video projects for my AP English and American History classes. The acting is worse than you’d imagine, but I took a lot of pride in editing these videos. I even made an advertisement for my sister’s personal business.I actually really enjoyed editing them, even if I would work of them for over a week on Windows Movie Maker. However, after

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In this segment of the course, we focused on writing a feature news piece. We had a list of topics to choose from and we then had to write a feature story about the topic. I chose to write about two of the dedicated buildings on OU’s campus, the Michael F. Price College of Business and the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Within the story, I made sure to cover the namesake’s history with the college and talk about their donation’s impact within the school. This assignment

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Hello, dearest ones. Stella Mae here. I am currently sitting on a plane on the way to Seattle and cannot seem to get my mind off the wonder that is PR Publications. This past week, we were introduced to Adobe Premiere Pro. I am one of the most distinguished graphic designers in the world, but […]

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Last week my blog post about using Canva in my Public Relations Publishing class was pretty upbeat. Luckily Canva is extremely user-friendly (even for those technically challenged like me). It was an easy week because I got to create basically whatever I wanted and use the easiest content creating program out there. This week was a different […]

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Photo from PexelsFeature writing was the focus for this unit of public relations writing. In the last unit, we honed our arguing capabilities in creating a position paper. This unit, we delved into the fun that is writing features. Writing feature…

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Photo from PexelsFeature writing was the focus for this unit of public relations writing. In the last unit, we honed our arguing capabilities in creating a position paper. This unit, we delved into the fun that is writing features. Writing feature…

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Photo from PexelsLast week was a quick and smooth week in public relations publications. We worked on social media assets using Canva as our platform of design. This week we began working with Adobe Premiere. Out of all the Adobe programs I can operate…