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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 ...

Media Moves

October 16th, 2000 by
Anthony Burke Boylan joins Crain's Chicago Business as associate editor covering banking, insurance and financial services. Aboylan@crain.com...Assistant managing editor Virginia Citrano leaves Crain's New York Business to join Forbes.com. 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," ...

CaseStudy:

June 8th, 2000 by
While celebrities often lend their high-profile names to boost awareness for various healthcare causes, it's less common that a disease helps to shape a celebrity's image. Lance Armstrong, who is known as much for being a cancer survivor as he ...
Avoid Spamming Journalists with Canned Story Ideas The Web may have changed the speed of communication and the way consumers digest information, but it hasn't homogenized the media landscape, particularly where online healthcare news is concerned. Some online reporters, for ...

Media Strategy

May 15th, 2000 by
Reality Bites. The average national television soundbite lasts 7.2 seconds. (The average soundbite in Washington, D.C., land of the political windbags, is 15-20 seconds, but that's another story.) Want to get your corporate message on camera? Give producers the nuggets ...

"Overheard"

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 ...