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CLIENT: Raindance Communications PR: Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide BUDGET: N/A TIMEFRAME: September - November 2004 200442004 The business world at large has been slow to warm to the promise of Web conferencing, a technological advance supposed to ease the tedium of ...
When the board of Southeast Medical Alliance (SMA) decided to remove its CEO of nearly 10 years, it knew the sensitive decision required a solid crisis communications plan before making a public announcement in September 1998. The organization had grown beyond the ...
The Ketchum-Armstrong Williams-Department of Education scandal points to the woeful lack of PR for PR, a chronic problem that now threatens irreparable damage to a field that John and Jane Q. Public know little to nothing about -- and what ...

The People Page

December 20th, 1999 by
Corporate Moves Kimberly-Clark promotes Tina S. Barry to senior VP corporate communications, from VP. Coors Brewing Co. names Patricia Healey VP of corporate communications. Her experience includes positions with shopping center developer Westfield Corp., and Golin/Harris Communications.Summit Technology, ...
The spotlight continues to shine on the entire PR profession following revelations (first disclosed in USA Today Jan. 7) that Omnicom Group's Ketchum public- relations firm -- as part of a $1 million contract with the U.S. Department of Education (DoE) ...
Rule number one for communicators targeting the kids' market: the young 'uns don't care how big and powerful your company is. This was the hard lesson learned by Totes Isotoner Corp. when it made its first foray into toyland with ...
Trust is an intangible but powerful determinant of organizations' effectiveness, productivity and potential to offer fulfilling, enjoyable careers. Unfortunately, trust between coworkers - and between individuals, departments and the company as a whole - is not always there. One key ...

Language Lessons for Cyber PR

October 25th, 1999 by
Two weeks ago, the stork dropped its sixth billionth baby onto the earth - in Sarajevo. It's a big world out there, but Web marketers are realizing that if they want to reach that baby, they'd better start brushing up ...

Editorial Calendar Alerts

October 4th, 1999 by
Your Guide To Upcoming Special Issues & Features ALBERTA LOGGING NEWS Editorial: Manufactured Forest Products. The first issue for the new year will cover world markets for forest products. New plants to be used and issues revolving around location or relocation ...