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About Steve Goldstein

Steve Goldstein is editorial director of events for Access Intelligence’s PR News brand, which encompasses premium, how-to content, data and competitive intelligence for public relations professionals; PR News Online; PR News conferences, webinars and awards programs; and PR News guidebooks. Previously at AI Steve was editorial director of min, min ’s b2b and minonline as well as managing editor of CableFAX: The Magazine and CableWorld. Before joining Access Intelligence, he was executive editor of World Screen News, and editor of Film/Tape World, which covered film, television and commercial production in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Want to Build Your Social Media Presence? Ignore Some of Those ‘Best Practices’

As keynote speaker at PR News’ Feb. 11 Google Conference, Sean Gardner will share practical tips on how he builds his social presence and discuss why focusing on yourself and your own message can be self-defeating. | MORE »

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Google Shows Brands How to Include Social Profile in Search Results

Google now includes links to brands’ non-Google+ social network accounts in Knowledge panels. But it’s not automatic. | MORE »

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3 PR Takeaways From Chipotle’s ‘Pulled’ Pork

No company seeks out a supply-chain problem, but Chipotle managed to turn this into a case study of transparency in action. | MORE »

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CES 2015: 7 Ways Wearable Technology Is Getting Smarter

As expected, wearable technology has stolen much of the spotlight in Las Vegas this week at the 2015 CES show. | MORE »

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3 Lessons Brad Pitt Can Teach You About Using Metrics to Power PR

Barry Reicherter of Finn Partners and a speaker at PR News’ upcoming Google Conference for Communicators in San Francisco offers data and analytics lessons as seen through the fulcrum of three movies starring Brad Pitt. | MORE »

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2014 PR People Awards: PR Student of the Year

Winner: Laura Plumb, Drake University Laura Plumb, a student at Drake University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications, has not waited for the launch of her post-collegiate, professional career to become a PR leader. As … | MORE »

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2014 PR People Awards: Publicist of the Year

Winner: Adrenna Alkhas, Marketing and Communications Director, Stanislaus County Fair Half a century ago, county fair organizers could count on the warming feel of a yearly ritual to draw huge, happy crowds and sponsors. In … | MORE »

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2014 PR News Hall of Fame: Zenia Mucha

Zenia Mucha, Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, The Walt Disney Co. Zenia Mucha has led the communications and positioning strategies for Disney’s business initiatives since 2002, including the acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel and … | MORE »

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2014 PR News Hall of Fame: Sheila Tate

Sheila Tate, Co-Founder, Powell Tate Sheila Tate’s extensive political and government experience includes her service as White House Press Secretary to First Lady Nancy Reagan and press secretary for President-elect George H. W. Bush. As … | MORE »

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2014 PR News Hall of Fame: Frank X. Shaw

Frank X. Shaw, Corporate Vice President, Communications, Microsoft For half a decade, Frank Shaw has been Microsoft’s go-to person for the media—and that accounts for a lot of media and a lot of going to. … | MORE »

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