The Commonwealth of Virginia, one of a handful of southern states to implement new voter identification laws, plans to conduct a competitive pitch for PR and integrated marketing work for its Board of Elections this fall. Continue »
"We have to find a new balance," otherwise the edifice is "likely to fall like a house of cards," said Pope Francis, who has shaken up the hide-bound Catholic Church with his call to drop its obsession of fighting the cultural wars.
Architect of the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity's promotional blitz in favor of the clean burning of America's most abundant energy source moves to Blueprint Communications, a Republican PR shop. Continue »
The Church of Scientology, which has taken an image beating amid high-profile departures in recent years, in a PR blitz yesterday touted its volunteer work 12 years ago in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. Continue »
Burson-Marsteller Washington public affairs head departs for the top communications post at the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, the Virginia trade group for coal producers, utilities and support companies. Continue »
The New York Times today shattered journalism's fixation on faithfully presenting misinformation, rants and false statements from politicos as unvarnished facts. That misguided practice undermines the credibility of the media. Continue »
Elizabeth Northrup, senior VP who ran the America's Natural Gas Alliance account at Hill+Knowlton Strategies, has moved to McBee Strategic Consulting as an executive VP in its PR operation McBee|Gibraltar. Continue »
New York City's only Republican Congressman Michael Grimm today flip-flopped on his support for President Obama's plan to attack Syria for its use of chemical weapons that killed more than 1,400 people, including 426 children. Continue »