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Honick to Discuss Trump on Radio Show

Fri, Mar. 17, 2017

By Editorial Staff

Joe HonickJoe Honick, frequent contributor to O'Dwyer's, will be interviewed for a special two-hour radio program this weekend on the Trump administration and other current events. (1 reader comment)

Celeb PR Is Topic at PRSA/New York Panel March 23

Fri, Mar. 17, 2017

By Jack O'Dwyer

PRSA New YorkLeora Arnowitz, entertainment editor,, and four other celeb editors will tell PR people how to channel “star power” into their programs at a “Meet the Media” session of PRSA/New York March 23.

'C-Suite Insights' to Debut at Major US Airports

Tue, Mar. 14, 2017

By Editorial Staff

C-Suite TVC-Suite TV, which offers business-related programming, is set to debut “C-Suite Insights” at the top 50 airports in the US and one million luxury hotel rooms across the country.

Digital Editors Now Out-Earn Print Counterparts

Wed, Mar. 8, 2017

By Jon Gingerich

FolioEditors of all levels working at digital publications are now widely out-earning their print contemporaries, according to an annual survey of editorial salaries by Folio.

Smith Builds His Brand Vis-à-Vis Trump

Mon, Mar. 6, 2017

By Ronn Torossian

Ronn Torossian  With his frequent criticisms of President Trump, Fox News host Shepard Smith has positioned his brand apart from other anchors at the network. (5 reader comments)

Coffee With America Gets Nat’l Syndication

Mon, Feb. 6, 2017

By Editorial Staff

Coffee With AmericaCoffee With America, offering integrated marketing and sponsored news opportunities to PR agencies and advertisers, has inked a national syndication partnership with Telco Productions.

Mary Tyler Moore Depicted Journalists as Human Beings

Fri, Jan. 27, 2017

By Editorial Staff

Mary Tyler MooreNational Press Club president Jeff Ballou says the TV/movie star "depicted journalists as human beings" and this was "probably a good thing for the public's understanding of the media."

Nat'l Press Club Worried About Trump's Use of 'Fake News'

Thu, Jan. 12, 2017

By Editorial Staff

CNN's Jim Acosta at President-elect Trump's press conferenceThe National Press Club, referring to President-elect Trump’s refusal to answer a question from CNN’s Jim Acosta at yesterday’s presser, condemns his liberal use of the term “fake news.” (1 reader comment)

FAIR Blasts NYT's Healthcare Coverage

Sat, Dec. 31, 2016

By Jack O'Dwyer

FAIRFairness and Accuracy in Reporting have found unfairness in healthcare act coverage by The New York Times. FAIR has raised $24,670 toward its goal of $50K.

Banner Year for Cable News Thanks to Presidential Race, Trump

Thu, Dec. 29, 2016

By Editorial Staff

MSNBC, Fox, CNNWhile fewer and fewer people are watching shows and sports in real-time on cable and broadcast TV, the cable news networks flourished in 2016 thanks to the drama surrounding the Presidential race. (1 reader comment)

Nat'l Press Club Pres Takes Aim at Fake News

Mon, Dec. 12, 2016

By Editorial Staff

Jeff BallouNewly-elected Press Club president Jeff Ballou says it's time for journalists to "push back and reassert our role as guardians of truthful, solid, informative and in some cases dangerous reporting." (2 reader comments)

Top NYT Editor Lydia Polgreen to Huff Post

Thu, Dec. 8, 2016

By Jack O'Dwyer

Lydia PolgreenLydia Polgreen, editorial director, New York Times Global, has joined Huffington Post as editor-in-chief, succeeding founder Arianna Huffington, who sold HP to AOL in 2011 for $311 million.

Face-to-Face Is Best Way to Communicate, IPR Told

Fri, Dec. 2, 2016

By Jack O'Dwyer

ElectroencephalographySubjects in brain research who sat facing each other while talking had brains that “lit up” while those who sat back-to-back had much less brain activity, the Institute for PR was told Nov. 30.

Anti-Trump Journalist Group Has Banquet Sans Humble Pie

Mon, Nov. 28, 2016

By Jack O'Dwyer

Committe to Protect Journalists logoThe Committee to Protect Journalists, which called Donald Trump “an unprecedented threat to the rights of journalists,” had its $1,000-a-plate banquet at the Waldorf-Astoria Nov. 22. Humble pie should have been served. (3 reader comments)

Journalists to Honor CNN’s Amanpour

Thu, Nov. 17, 2016

By Jack O'Dwyer

CPJ logoChristiane Amanpour, CNN’s chief international correspondent and anchor, will be honored Nov. 22 at the annual dinner of the Committee to Protect Journalists at the Waldorf-Astoria. (1 reader comment)

Observer Goes Online After 30 Years in Print

Tue, Nov. 15, 2016

By Jack O'Dwyer

Cover of New York ObserverThe New York Observer, owned by Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has gone completely online after 30 years with a print edition. It is also removing “New York” from its name.

NY Times Opens Up Website for Election

Mon, Nov. 7, 2016

By Editorial Staff

NY Times free election accessUnlimited access to the paper's website is being pitched as a way for readers to "experience the type of original journalism we strive for." (1 reader comment)