Search Results for: john roderick&o=recent

At what point in an industry's maturity does its reputation become cemented -- rock-hard and impervious to change? Biotech may be about to find out. As new gene therapies, bio- engineered drugs, vaccines and diagnostics emerge from development, move to ...

Extreme ESPN

August 13th, 2001 by
ESPN will launch a test version of EXPN Magazine, devoted to the most extreme sports fans, at the X Games in Philadelphia. The pub will be available at the X Games (August 17- 22), and at ESPN Zones, Barnes & Noble and ...
Part 2 of a 2-part series on how the economy is affecting new and traditional PR business models. With no end to the economic slump in sight, many agencies serving small- and mid-size clients are retooling their service models to attract ...
Is the expression "read all about it" about to become a piece of history? Not if the Vienna, Va.-based Newspaper Association of America's new campaign is successful in re-energizing a medium and an industry that has struggled to keep ...
Part 1 of a 2-part feature The grim economic outlook has most market watchers yearning for the good ol' days of high-rolling dotcoms and conspicuous consumption. But for many media relations professionals, the bust has been a boon. This year's economic ...

Media Moves

June 4th, 2001 by
In National News: William Nolan, senior editor building/remodeling, retires after 20+ years with Better Homes & Gardens. Shawn Gilliam, technical and projects editor, replaces him. Gilliam: 1716 Locust Street, Des Moines, IA 50309-3023 ... Fred Lebolt, VP of Chicago Sun-Times Interactive, leaves. No ...
The most talented print, broadcast and crisis media spokespersons were recognized and honored for their skills and ability to effectively deliver their organization's messages in a crowded, competitive 24/7 news environment. At ceremonies held in New York and Washington, PR News ...

This Just In…

February 19th, 2001 by
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. is yet another big name looking to stem losses with layoffs, with plans to cut roughly 7,200 jobs worldwide this year. Senior vice-president of global communications John Perduyn says the company has no plans to downsize its ...