A blog by Tanner Friedman Director Kim Eberhardt: Look only as far as your Facebook feed or the your 24-hour news channel of choice and you are likely to see a diversity of opinions regarding Michelle Wolf’s performance at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. The entertainment value of her set at the Dinner, an event … Continued
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Unveiling a new logo ranks high among communications challenges. Logos for established businesses contain emotion, which, upon a change, can spill into reaction, especially online in the era of social media outrage. We have worked with clients in these situations to minimize controversy and maximize explanation and context. Even then, we have prepared clients for … Continued
With all due respect to the Beatles, if he didn’t invent the concept album he certainly perfected it. First with Pink Floyd and later as a solo artist, Roger Waters has never been shy about expressing his emotions – if not kicking his audience in the teeth with them. His latest rock LP released on … Continued
News this past week that Sears may have trouble staying in business beyond the immediate future shouldn’t make you think of just retail. It should also get you thinking about your business. If when you heard the news about Sears you thought “Sears? Are they still around?,” you weren’t alone. And if you have anything … Continued
No one will be shocked by the front page headline of the latest issue of Wired magazine titled: “The News in Crisis.” Equally ‘yawn-able’ infographics in the accompanying article inside show (a) the decline in news jobs for all media (10% in the past 10 years) and a generation gap where only 5% of 18-29 … Continued
I don’t know what I’m up against. I don’t know what it’s all about. I got so much to think about…This week, former pop idol David Cassidy announced to the world that he has dementia and, after nearly 50 years of performing, he is retiring. His life has been an extreme rollercoaster ride that has … Continued