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Media Insight: Radio Talk Shows

November 16th, 1998 by
WAMU 4000 Brandywine St. NW Washington, DC 20016 Dial up your pitch power to gain air time on both The Diane Rehm Show and Public Interest, both produced by WAMU 88.5 FM and heard across the country on National Public Radio. Hear your ...
Roadblocks to Better Jobs We are in one of the hottest job markets in over two decades so a number of highly qualified employees are rejecting more attractive offers due to four potential "deal-killers," according to Sanford Rose Associates (SRA), ...

Media Insight: Baltimore Sun

November 9th, 1998 by
P.O. Box 1377 Baltimore, MD 21278-0999 Remember that the Baltimore Sun, owed by Times Mirror is a regional paper, not a national paper when calling the editors with story ideas. However, that does not mean your client or company must ...

Trends & Ideas

November 2nd, 1998 by
What's Happening On the Web If a new study holds true, the Internet will soon become a font of IR information for Canadian shareholders - just as analysts and visionaries have said predicted in the U.S. Wertheim + Co., a ...

Media Insight

November 2nd, 1998 by
Modern Healthcare 740 N. Rush St. Chicago, IL 60611 "This is a news-driven publication," says Editor Neil McLaughlin. His theory is that news is news and no pitches are needed. Sound discouraging? Don't be dismayed. When push comes to shove, this editor ...

Media Bites

October 26th, 1998 by
The skinny on getting placement for your organization New Los Angeles Times edition targets D.C., New York and Northern California. On Oct. 5, the Times launched a new daily National Edition including sections devoted to news, business, sports and features. ...

Media Insight

October 26th, 1998 by
ESPN 935 Middle Street Bristol, Conn. 60610 Expect to try several times if you're hoping to pitch an idea over the phone to a real person - not to voicemail. But once you reach an ESPN producer, however you'll be pleasantly surprised ...

Ogilvy Acquires Alexander

October 26th, 1998 by
The PR bull market gave way to another deal last week when Ogilvy PR purchased Alexander Communications, one of the PR high rollers in technology. Ogilvy estimates it will bring in between $75 and $80 million in fees in 1998; about $16 million will ...
BOSTON - PR firm CEOs, government spokespersons, and academics researching the communications field all are wrestling with the place of PR in a future filled with an explosion of technology and interdependent global economies. The Public Relations Society of America ...
The PR world will congregate this week for the Public Relations Society of America's International Conference in Boston, Oct 18-20. This will prove to be an important event for national trade association PRSA, because a second national trade association, The ...