Archive: October 2001

The Rise and Fall of CEO Outlooks

October 29th, 2001 by

CEOs of America’s fastest growing companies revealed two sharply different perspectives on future growth of their businesses before and after Sept. 11, according to a new survey from PricewaterhouseCoopers. “Trendsetter Barometer” shows that CEOs from… Continued

Eye on PRN

October 29th, 2001 by

Finding the right job candidate just got easier. A new partnership between PR NEWS and Workinpr.com has resulted in an online Career Center at http://www.PRandMarketing.com. Click on Job Tracker. November 13, 2001, 2 p.m. -… Continued

This Just In…

October 29th, 2001 by

Bayer, maker of Cipro, agrees to provide the U.S. government with half price tablets in exchange for rights as exclusive supplier. The deal comes on the heels of Bayer’s agreement with the Canadian government to… Continued

Interactive Essential to PR Education

October 29th, 2001 by

The study of public relations, for years considered a “bastardized” form of journalism, has changed dramatically in the past five years. As a result, today’s undergraduates and graduates are being fed a richer – and… Continued

Patriotic Programming

October 29th, 2001 by

ABC launches newsmagazine “America 24/7,” focusing on life in America after the Sept. 11 attacks. The show premieres Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. with coverage of personal tales of the tragedy. ABC has not yet… Continued

Atlanta Papers Join Forces

October 29th, 2001 by

Starting November 5, the Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution will publish under the combined name Atlanta Journal-Constitution seven days a week, rather than only on weekends. Distribution will move to a morning-only schedule over… Continued

‘nContrast’ with ‘ET.’

October 29th, 2001 by

A new urban entertainment newsmagazine is pitting itself against old standby “Entertainment Tonight.” “nContrast” offers what producers call “edgier content on urban entertainment and pop culture.” To pitch story ideas, contact: The DuVernay Agency, ATTN:… Continued

For the Firemen

October 29th, 2001 by

Fire Chief magazine will devote a special mental health services section to firefighters most affected by the terrorist attacks and will include insight on how these firemen can overcome emotional trauma and mental stress. The… Continued

Automotive News International Out of Fuel

October 29th, 2001 by

Crain Communications, publisher of Automotive News, ceases publication of the trade journal’s monthly sister pub Automotive News International. Crain purchased the pub in 1998 and says it suffered from a lack of advertising revenue. Employees… Continued

Interactive PR Takes its Place In Integrated Communications Toolkit

October 29th, 2001 by

Interactive PR has taken on a new importance in recent weeks as email, Web sites and other interactive media have kept businesses nationwide communicating – even when phone lines and transit systems go down. PR… Continued