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PR VIP Dies

April 2nd, 2001 by

One of public relations’ greatest champions and most progressive leaders has passed away at the age of 68. Patrick John Jackson, editor of PR Repoerter for more than
three decades, former president of the PRSA and senior counselor of Jackson, Jackson, …

Media Hot Sheet

April 2nd, 2001 by

Free New Magazine Teaches Teachers. Children’s educational publisher Scholastic Inc. is rolling out a magazine to address the needs of teachers during one of the largest
teacher shortages in history. Instructor New Teacher Magazine will provide advice on areas such …

Media Insight

March 19th, 2001 by

Town & Country
1700 Broadway 30th Floor
New York, N.Y. 10019
212/903-5000
Fax: 212/262-7017
Town & Country isn’t a romp across the homeland’s prairies. Despite its name, which alludes to rustic life, this Hearst publication reads with Manhattan style. Whether
touting “The Lure …

This Just In…

March 19th, 2001 by

Edelman PR Worldwide has cut 60 employees from its payroll of 2,300. The cuts did not focus on any particular practice or office, but the Houston office has been
closed.

Burson-Marstellar founding chairman and industry luminary Harold Burson turns 80 this week. To …

Media Insight:

March 12th, 2001 by

733 Third Ave.
New York, N.Y. 10017
Phone: 212/687-8288
Fax: 212/687-8456

Stress alert! The company you represent is going broke, its top executives have resigned, the market’s looking weak, and journalists are hounding you about the bad news. How do
you …

Hotline

February 19th, 2001 by

Time Digital Reboots . Time Inc. is revamping and re-naming its five-year-old technology title, Time Digital. The newly-launched On, (which is on
newsstands now) is billing itself as a “where-to-go, how-to-do-it guide to being connected.” The debut issue explores an array …

Hell hath no fury like a bunch of drivers stranded. In February of 1999, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) disrupted the weekly travel of more than 2.25 million
motorists when it began to rebuild the Stevenson Expressway. The major Chicago artery …