Why PR pros should consider immersive storytelling

The way we tell stories is changing. Robert Hernandez of USC’s Annenberg school recently argued that communicator must work hard to compete in the modern information economy.

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New technology is changing everything for communicators.

The future of public relations and journalism are two sides of the same coin, and both are experiencing powerful technological advances that are reshaping how communicators tell and distribute stories. While these changes have disrupted old business models and best practices, they’ve also benefited audiences by making it easier to access and consume the news and content they want, on their terms.

The next wave of innovation is immersive storytelling, taking content producers and consumers well beyond the two-dimensional experience of today’s news reports or public relations’ white papers, case studies, press releases and b-roll.

What does the future look like for journalism?

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