Public Relations (March 14, 2008)

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Public Relations 14:48 Bulletins were printed in ancient Sumaria for farmers on how to plant crops  (4,000 years ago) Vox populi  (the opinions of the majority)—comes from the Romans Pope Gregory XV began the College for Propogating Faith (where “propoganda”  starts) Harvard did the first fund-raising campaign The Federalists’ Papers  (are a good example) The first Presidential Press Secretary came under President Jackson in the  1820s Barnum (from the   would send press agents ahead of the show  to get people excited Westinghouse began the first press relations department With the advent of advertising, public relations becomes more important The Publicity Bureau in Boston was the precursor to Modern press relations In 1906, the creation of professional standards by Ivy Lee for public relations Professional standards is what makes the difference between a professional and 
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