Archive: September 2000

Arrivals

September 28th, 2000 by

The Pink Sheet Lena Khor joins as a reporter writing feature stories on trends within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Fax at 301-664-7238. Mary Jo Laffler joins as a reporter, covering news and events in… Continued

Departures

September 28th, 2000 by

New England Journal of Medicine Dr. Robert Utiger, deputy editor, announced that he will retire from his position at the NEJM at the end of December 2000. Dr. Utiger has been with the NEJM for… Continued

Media Insight

September 28th, 2000 by

Redbook Magazine 224 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019 Increasingly, health stories are filling the pages of Redbook Magazine but there’s no room for health information that lacks practical and actionable advice. When pitching… Continued

Olympic Events Educate On Sports Injuries

September 28th, 2000 by

The Sydney Olympics are providing prime opportunities to educate viewers about sports injuries. In addition to the up-to-the-minute Olympic updates viewers will get on NBC’s Web site (http://www.NBCOlympics.com), they’ll get detailed information on their favorite… Continued

AR Rising

September 25th, 2000 by

Analyst relations forms an increasingly important component of business communications. Many PR firms have or are adding analyst relations as a discrete function among their services. Last week, for instance, Shandwick International/Houston announced it has… Continued

Hotline

September 25th, 2000 by

Talkin’ Bout My Generation. AARP unveils the official name of its impending boomer publication, set to debut in March/April 2001. The launch of My Generation will surely make more than a blip on the media… Continued

On the Record

September 25th, 2000 by

White House press secretary Joe Lockhart received an honorary award for “Outstanding Media Relations at the Highest Level” as the keynote at last week’s 32nd annual Thoth awards, sponsored by the National Capital chapter of… Continued

Editorial Calendar Alert

September 25th, 2000 by

Politics of Tech. Election day won’t signal the end of the political debate at Infoworld. A Nov. 6 article on office politics will explore how politics affect the morale of technical staff, how managers can… Continued

Media Moves

September 25th, 2000 by

Bloomberg News reporter Heather Phillips leaves to join the San Jose Mercury News. Send news pertaining to legislative and regulatory issues affecting telecom, TV and Internet industries to reporter Jonathan Cox at jcox2@bloomberg.net…>Boston Globe arts… Continued

Say What?

September 25th, 2000 by

Who needs databases like ProfNet and SourceNet when you’ve got QCircuit.com, “the inventory of human experience”? The QCircuit press release promised us access to “one of the only living survivors of a commercial jet crash… Continued