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Iraq’s embassy in Washington, D.C. has hired national law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck to lobby on behalf of the Middle Eastern nation to policy makers on Capitol Hill. (1 reader comment)
Planned Parenthood has tapped government relations firm Epplin Strategic Planning for Capitol Hill representation in a bid to protect the organization’s federal funding amid ongoing political attacks.
The Institute for PR has named W2O Group principal Gary Grates as director of its employee communication research.
In recognition of Black History Month, Black PR Wire is offering a 10 percent discount to distribute news to over 1,500 black media, organizations, and historically black colleges and universities nationwide.
Congressional leaders and the Trump Administration have made it clear that they hope to move quickly on efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The next months will see significant changes across the board to health policy. (1 reader comment)
A glut of unreliable news sources on the Internet is causing many readers to revert to their former habits, and return to traditional journalism outlets that provide quality content. (1 reader comment)
After a presidential election that threw the country into a constitutional crisis, the Republic of Gambia has retained government consulting firm Scribe Strategies & Advisors to represent the West African nation’s interests in the U.S.
After years of favoring frivolous news stories or serving as an outright promotional arm for the leagues they cover, sports reporters now find themselves in the same quandary as their political colleagues.
Prominent blacks are the focus of the first-ever Black PR History Month Feb. 10-March 8. National Black PR Society, Mike Paul and others have wondered why there are so few blacks in high PR posts.