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Extreme Media Relations: PR Drama at the Opera House

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

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Extreme Media Relations Part 2: “Reputational Attacks”

Last week I wrote about a starving artist – not the usual kind, but one who is intentionally starving, i.e. staging a public hunger strike, to get the attention of the New Yorker magazine. I found the story and his … Continue reading

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Extreme Media Relations: Artist Can’t Stomach Coverage, Stages Hunger Strike

The New York Post reported today that an artist was so distraught over an article in the New Yorker that he has been staging a very public hunger strike, in an attempt to get a retraction. The strike is now … Continue reading

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1 More Reason for Media to Hate Tech; Thanks Peter Thiel

Long time readers of this blog may recall my Extreme Media Relations series, about those who go overboard to sway the press. It’s been years, but I thought I’d post another just for Peter Thiel. In case you’ve been living … Continue reading

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