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The Economist

February 8th, 1999 by
25 St. James St. London, England SW1A 1HG Editors at this weekly international business newspaper don't break the stereotype of hard-nose newspaper journalists. Courting these bureau chiefs was no easy feat, as most weren't concerned with returning our calls. You'll ...
New Hires Advertising and marcom house Accent Communications, Boston, hires Patti Marxsen as senior account executive on the technology side; previously, she owned her own contracting business, The Write Woman, Boston.Cohn & Wolfe, New York, hires Chris Sorek as global ...

Media Moves

January 7th, 1999 by
ARRIVALS Applied Clinical Trials: Shannon Barker, assistant editor. Phone: 541-343-1200; fax: 541-344-3514 American Family Physician: Barbara Apgar, MD, associate editor; Grace Brooke Huggman, MD, associate editor; Jeffrey Kirchner, associate editor, James Nuovo, MD, assistant editor, Richard Sadovsky, MD, ...
A recent community and media relations effort to take a bite out of the Big Apple crime scene and announce the arrival of a cellular company was a proven success, with the pilot program moving ahead to help maintain safety ...
Maybe PR folks didn't feel like those in the media ingratiated themselves to media relations execs, but it was apparently slim pickings in the greetings and gifts phylum this year, with several journalists (such as Cyberscope Editor Laura Fording at ...
Irish eyes aren't smiling over the question of whether the Northern Ireland Industrial Development Board (IDB) will pay Shandwick for a $500,000 Fall media tour in the U.S. and Canada. Media analysis firm CARMA International is reviewing clippings and coverage ...

Key Contacts: HealthScout.com

December 7th, 1998 by
HealthScout, http://www.healthscout.com 120 Post Road West Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 203/341-7000 "The next best thing to having a doctor in the family" is how site editors describe HealthScout. Covering 712 health topics, http://www.healthscout.com features news, tips about ...

The News Monitor

November 26th, 1998 by
Flex Your Local PR Muscle Journalists place a high priority on local health resources, unless they are in New York or Washington, D.C., says a new study by The Pinnacle Worldwide Health Group, a network of 24 independent PR firms ...