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Henson gets the nod as AOR while Navy Pier starts to prepare for its centennial in 2016.
“Residents for a Free Westhampton Free Library” have created a website aimed at wresting control from a self-appointed board. Citizens are urged to sign a petition and attend the Oct. 30 board meeting.
The Washington Post yesterday inadvertently published a pre-written story announcing Vice President Joe Biden's run for president.
Social media is an invaluable tool for healthcare organizations to share their messages and engage with patients online, so having an established presence on these channels is essential. But social media is a double-edged sword.
The $17.7 billion purchase of Cablevision and properties Newsday, News 12 Networks, and amNewYork by non-U.S. media giant Altice, headed by Israeli-French citizen Patrick Drahi, worries Long Islanders including Jaci Clement of the Fair Media Council.
Crisis Amazon PR boss blasts NY Times exposé, digs up dirt on sources (CNBC)
Obit Larry Goldman, entertainment PR pro, dies at 64 (Variety)
Crisis A month into VW scandal, no sales meltdown (Ad Age)
Q&A Confessions of an agency PR (Digiday)
Crisis FIFA secrecy over plan to restore reputation (Montreal Gazette)
Social Lost bags, at 140 characters, and airlines respond (NY Times)
PR 101 3 steps to repair a damaged reputation (L. Citroen)
EconDev Massachusetts' big bet on biotech pays off (Bloomberg)
Social How Coca-Cola cracked Snapchat (Fast Company)
The 30th Anniversary of CommCore, which we recently celebrated, presents a good opportunity to reflect on how we have survived and prospered throughout the last three decades.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has named Lisa Marie Alley chief of communications, elevating the three-year authority vet from a deputy slot.