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Lasting Impressions

February 28th, 2000 by

Want reporters to remember you (and like you) after the trade show? More advice from the experts…
Make your story visual. “Give the media what they need to produce a story,” says John Hanks, senior account supervisor with Ballard Communications …

Media Moves

February 28th, 2000 by

Eric Glick, Washington editor, leaves Cable World to become director of communications at the National Cable Television Association. 202/775-3629 or eglick@ncta.com…Courtney
Macavinta, reporter, is leaving CNET News.com to assume the managing editor post at ChickClick.com. …

Lasting Impressions

February 28th, 2000 by

Want reporters to remember you (and like you) after the trade show? More advice from the experts…

Make your story visual. “Give the media what they need to produce a story,” says John Hanks, senior account supervisor with Ballard Communications …

PRofile

February 21st, 2000 by

S. Peter Brinch
Senior Counselor,
Issues Communication Unit
Constellation Energy Group
Baltimore, MD
410/234-6549
s.peter.brinch@constellation.com
How PR Found Him
Spent last year of undergrad at American University (1974) in a work-study program with a large accounting firm, …

The Win
With growing competition from a wide array of physicians vying for the lucrative cosmetic surgery market, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) decided to launch an
aggressive logo campaign that promotes the association as the gold standard …

Media Moves

February 14th, 2000 by

Stephanie Stoughton joins Boston Globe as a business writer to cover
e-commerce. Stoughton@globe.com…
Susan Kuchinskas, former senior reporter at Adweek’s IQ, joins Business
2.0 as senior writer covering marketing. skuchinskas@business2.com…Tom
Hoffman, senior editor covering management and …

Media Metrics

April 7th, 2003 by

Although the media have already started to dial back on constant
coverage of the war in Iraq, the conflict continues to drive the
most coverage. No doubt, PR pros trying to pitch non-war related
stories have their work cut out …

The employee grapevine is probably one of the most powerful
communications vehicles in your company – whether it’s spreading
fact or fiction. But there are a variety of other, better tools
available to communicate with your most important constituency.
Companies …