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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 …

Strategy of the Week

January 27th, 2003 by

There’s no worse time to burn a media contact than when your
organization is in crisis. We polled some of our colleagues at
sister publications to find out what companies do wrong when
dealing with the media while in crisis …

Media Moves

January 13th, 2003 by

National News: Julia Sommerfeld, health producer for MSNBC.com,
leaves to become a health reporter for The Seattle Times. Email
jsommerfeld@seattletimes.com;
Molly Masland will cover health at MSNBC.com until a replacement
for Sommerfeld is named. Call 425/703-6397 … …

Media Moves

November 18th, 2002 by

Business 2.0 (one of MediaMap’s “Most Searched”), adds three new regular contributors to the mag and Web site. Jeffrey Pfeffer of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford
pens a new column called “The Human Factor” with a look at human …

In the mid-1990s American Airlines advised employees to remove pillows and blankets from flights headed toward the gay rights march on Washington to avoid possible HIV
contamination. Gay and lesbian organizations and media nationwide slammed the airline for its …

Red-Eyed Reading

October 28th, 2002 by

Newspapers drool over readers between the ages of 18 and 34 – that powerful demographic almost guaranteed to draw advertisers. But those readers are more likely to be in front
of a computer screen than behind the pages of a print paper. …

Media Moves

October 21st, 2002 by

National: Tom Jarriel, correspondent for “20/20,” retires after 38 years. No replacement has been named. For more information, call 212/456-7777 … Henry Goldblatt, former
senior editor at Fortune, makes the jump from financials to entertainment, joining Entertainment Weekly as assistant managing editor. Call 212/522…