Archive: March 2001

Media Moves

March 19th, 2001 by

Mark Lang, features editor for Adweek, has left. Lang will continue to write the “Best Spots” section on a freelance basis, but inquiries should be sent to Nancy Sobel, managing director; nsobel@adweek.com… Kristen Hallam, former… Continued

A Healthy Way to Build Loyalty

March 19th, 2001 by

By Nancy Turett We’re getting older, but we’re obsessed with feeling and looking younger, an obsession that puts us on a boundless quest for health. We try to eat well and exercise more. We get… Continued

Resources for the Ethically-Minded

March 19th, 2001 by

Boston College Center for Corporate Community Relations http://infoeagle.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/csom/cccr Businesses for Social Responsibility http://www.bsr.org Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies http://www.ceres.org Conference Board http://www.conference-board.org Corporate Watch http://www.corpwatch.org Ethics Resource Center http://www.ethics.org Global Witness http://www.globalwitness.org International Labour Org.… Continued

Teflon and Tar

March 19th, 2001 by

Allegations of human rights abuses are hard to shake. Nike continues to suffer criticism despite its cooperation with activist groups in the wake of child-labor problems. And ongoing jabs continue in the media – the… Continued

Media Insight

March 19th, 2001 by

Town & Country 1700 Broadway 30th Floor New York, N.Y. 10019 212/903-5000 Fax: 212/262-7017 Town & Country isn’t a romp across the homeland’s prairies. Despite its name, which alludes to rustic life, this Hearst publication… Continued

Denny Griswold,

March 12th, 2001 by

Public relations pioneer Denny Griswold, co-founder and original owner of PR NEWS, died after a long career in the PR spotlight last month in Connecticut. She was 92. “She was the best cheerleader the profession… Continued

Healthcare Monitor: A Hospital Communicator’s View

March 12th, 2001 by

All PR execs face a few crises in the course of their careers – but few with more regularity than hospital communicators in major metropolitan cities. PR NEWS last week caught up with Lisa Wyatt,… Continued

Community Outreach Reaps Big Results

March 12th, 2001 by

With the federal government’s welfare reform act well under way, the welfare caseload has dropped from 12.9 million recipients in 1996 to 5.8 million in 2000. America has its lowest percentage of the population on… Continued

Media Insight:

March 12th, 2001 by

733 Third Ave. New York, N.Y. 10017 Phone: 212/687-8288 Fax: 212/687-8456 Stress alert! The company you represent is going broke, its top executives have resigned, the market’s looking weak, and journalists are hounding you about… Continued

Say What?

March 12th, 2001 by

A good headline is never easy to write, but a bad one can be downright entertaining. This week we received a release with one of the most confounding headlines we’ve seen: “New Coalition Says Construction… Continued