Media Looks to Tanner Friedman for Insights, Perspectives
Feb 28, 2008
FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH - From the Kilpatrick scandal and baseball steroid crisis to Hannah Montana and transition for an area broadcast leader, if the issue is communications, the quotables have steadily come from Tanner Friedman over the first two months of 2008 on news of the day.
When the infamous Mitchell Report was released naming several star baseball players, including Roger Clemens, WWJ Newsradio 950 interviewed Tanner Friedman for expert suggestions on how the athletes might react and rehabilitate their images and reputations.
As text messages were released and Mayor Kilpatrick went into seclusion, Tanner Friedman appeared in Crain's Detroit Business and on Fox-2 News (http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/myfox/pages/Home/Detail) extolling the virtues of telling the truth, apologizing and reassuring constituents.
A multi-media phenomenon is the only way one can describe the incredible success of Miley Cyrus a.k.a. Hannah Montana. A story on her appeal across generations in the New Jersey Trenton Times, "A Role Model Mothers Love" featured an insightful take from the agency. (http://www.nj.com/news/times/index.ssf?/base/news 4/12018423542 18640.xml&coll=5&thispage=1).
Long-time radio leader Rich Homberg left WWJ for Detroit Public Radio, spurring a slew of news articles, including in the Detroit News where Tanner Friedman, possessing established relationships with all entities, chimed in with perspective. (http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/ article?AID=/20080130/ENT10/801300396
About Tanner Friedman
Tanner Friedman is a strategic communications firm specializing in traditional and emerging media relations, adversity management and public relations counsel. Tanner Friedman is located in the landmark Tri-Atria Building at 32255 Northwestern Highway, Suite 298, in Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334. The firm�s Web site can be found at www.tannerfriedman.com.