“Talking Trump: Quantifying the Speech & Tweets of #45,” is the name on a Nov. 13 PRSA-New York meetup to decode the formula that president Trump employs in his speech. Adam Tiourine, Bloomberg Politics language analyst and advisor at Logos Consulting, will quantify #45's communication techniques. There will also be a discussion of how language comes to define elections. The event, which runs from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., will be held at St. Pat’s Bar and Grill (22 West 46th St., NYC). Admission is $25. To reserve a spot or find out more about the event, go to https://www.meetup.com/The-A-B-Club/events/249223642/.
New York Women in Communications is sponsoring its 2018 Student Communication Career Conference on Nov. 10 at NYU’s Kimmel Center. The conference will provide attendees with career tips on such aspects of the communications field as entrepreneurship, marketing and financial wellness. Among the more than 30 speakers scheduled to appear are keynote speakers Melissa Finney, director of sales, east for Spotify and Kristi Bergeron, vice president, digital strategy at digital marketing and social media agency Brain Trust CAA-CBG. For more information or to register go to the WICI web site.
Impact PR & Communications, Ltd. took home five awards at the recent PRSA Mercury Awards, hosted by the organization’s Greater Connecticut and Westchester/Fairfield Chapters. Impact was recognized with Silver Awards in the media relations, brochures and public service announcements audio PSA categories and also won Bronze Awards in editorials/op-ed columns and media relations. Award recipients were selected by a team of 12 judges from PRSA’s Central California Chapter. Poughkeepsie, NY-based Impact offers media relations, copy writing, cause-related marketing, social media support and speaker's bureau services to clients in the Hudson Valley and throughout the New York metropolitan area.