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Sadly and perilously, it’s no longer whether Trump/Cruz or Clinton/Sanders may become winners in November, nearly insomuch as what this recent picture of American politics says to the nation and the rest of the world.
The Yorktown-Jamestown Foundation seeks proposals from PR firms with a travel and tourism practice that can generate media and awareness for a soon-to-be unveiled museum dedicated to the American Revolution.
M&A Controlling the M&A story (Bloomberg)
PR 101 Some elements of media relations just don't change (B. Ellis)
Tech Microsoft addresses NFL tablet shutdown (BI)
Politics PR and Politics: Why candidates are doing it wrong (MW)
Entertainment Why the Oscars had to change (The Atlantic)
Politics NJ gov attacked for campaigning in NH after storm (Cleveland.com)
Parents in Fullerton, Calif., Ashland, Mass., and other cities are demanding relief from Wi-Fi in schools. Fox 5 did a segment on cellphone dangers Jan. 21. Topic is a key one for PR people who are heavy cellphone and computer users.
On the heels of its acquisition of healthcare agency ReviveHealth, Weber Shandwick has announced a series of key appointments across the agency’s global healthcare practice.
Kimberly Kuo, a veteran communicator of AOL, CTIA and Baker & Taylor, has moved to top Coca-Cola bottler Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in Charlotte as senior VP of public affairs, communications and communities.