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Media Insight: FamilyPC

January 8th, 2001 by

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Families are among the fastest-growing markets for all things digital, and FamilyPC magazine is leading the trend. Launched by Ziff-Davis in 1994, FamilyPC
guides busy parents through the ever-maddening world of technology, from …


August 24th, 2005 by

Physician, Heal Thyself
“If we, as a profession, wish these online attacks would stop, then we have to do something about cleaning our own house. We have tolerated the worst practice of public
relations long enough. Enough bad PR from …

Media Moves

October 16th, 2000 by

Anthony Burke Boylan joins Crain’s Chicago Business as associate editor covering banking, insurance and financial services.…Assistant managing
editor Virginia Citrano leaves Crain’s New York Business to join Robin Kamen now oversees the Crain’s New …

This Just In…

October 2nd, 2000 by

Distribution of the 2000-01 edition of the PRSA’s membership directory, known as the Blue Book, will be delayed until January 2001due to financial constraints. The
directory was last published in October 1999. Spokeswoman Catherine Bolton characterizes the decision as “financially responsible,” …

Brits jumped for joy last week after London was awarded the 2012 Olympic Summer Games following an agonizing selection process. (Editor’s Note: The celebrations were
marred the very next day after terrorists exploded four bombs on London’s subway and bus systems, …

Does familiarity breed favorability or contempt? New research by John Gilfeather, vice chairman at Roper Public Affairs, NOP World; and Tina Carroll, Ph.D. candidate
at the University of Miami, comes to a strong conclusion: Corporate management that under-invests in …

Judith Phair, president of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), testified on Capitol Hill last week that the PRSA would support a temporary amendment requiring
disclosure of government video news releases (VNRs) but oppose frame-by-frame identification sought by Senators …

PR Pulse

May 11th, 2005 by

Ever since the digital boom in the late 1990s, there have been countless obits on the imminent death of print (usually coming from online precincts). But despite the
continued flight to the Internet (and newspaper circulation woes), print continues to …