Now that the Super Bowl is over and the inane commentary about its importance to the United States, lets spend a few minutes on the use of American English by football broadcasters, sports talk radio hosts and Goodell.
As we approach Super Bowl 50, PR firms should use the 2015 Super Bowl as a case study in how the best planned marketing campaigns can easily fall apart because there are many lessons learned from the big game.
PR campaigns for 20th Century Fox's "The Martian" and Disney's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will compete for the top motion picture publicity award next month as the International Cinematographers Guild slates the 53rd annual ICG Publicists Awards.
Bowie’s decision to conceal his fight with cancer while he concentrated on his art stands in stark contrast to the popular strategy among today’s pop stars of highlighting the most private corners of their personal lives for quick publicity.
With football season in high gear, it deserves to be mentioned that the pastime offers plenty of life lessons that can be applied both on and off the field, particularly in the field of public relations.
Your client’s association with a sports property is only one step in the process of brand activation. Here’s why a sports sponsorship tied to a good public relations strategy will always result in a win.
As traditional paid media fades in importance, marketers have turned to online advertising, influencer marketing and social media as solutions for enhancing talent pools with more integrated people. But are they considering talent with entertainment marketing experience?
Michael Jordan, Derek Jeter, Peyton Manning, Serena Williams and other successful athletes have turned influence into multi-million dollar endorsements. Weekend warriors and niche personalities also spread messages to the right audiences — and can do it at a fraction of the cost.