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Monthly Archives: May 2012
I guess I am a little out of touch with finer culture and admittedly have little experience with opera. (OK almost none, really; my girlfriend Sine took me to a production of Kafka's The Penal Colony in Brooklyn recently, it … Continue reading
It has been awhile since I wrote about extreme media relations. An article in the NY Times today gave me fodder for a new post. When you think of hardball, take-no-prisoners PR, you might think of a number of areas … Continue reading
My friend and fellow train commuter Adam pointed out an article in the WSJ yesterday. It was about a CFO for a publicly traded fashion retailer who had been fired over Facebook and Twitter postings. Here’s an excerpt: Mr. Morphis … Continue reading
My monthly column on Neal Schaffer's Windmill Networking blog today is about visual content marketing. I thought that this might be a good opportunity to also talk about the use of images in PR. As I point out in the … Continue reading
PR people are generally not the headline news. We toil behind the scenes, while the stories around our clients play out on a public stage. In most cases the subjects of our campaigns cooperate with us. Of course, there is … Continue reading
Call us flacks, spinners, or spammers. Whatever name and negative association you may have for PR, I love it that just about everyone at some point wants to git them some. It was kind of funny that the NY Times … Continue reading
The New York Times reported the circumstances that led to the resignation of Romney foreign policy spokesperson Richard Grenell earlier this week. The Romney team had asked him to keep quiet on an important call with the media – one … Continue reading