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The King Isn’t Dead: Why Bud Stole The Super Bowl Show

During and after the Super Bowl, there are about as many armchair ad analysts as there are would-be football coaches. That’s why we try to go deeper and examine (especially when we would gather in the office on Monday morning), whose Sunday spend would help or even hurt a reputation. PR should be part of … Continued

Lesson From PR: After Consequences, Follow The Truth

In the PR business, truth is our currency. I understand that may be hard to believe if you’re reading this from the outside or if you’ve only worked on the fringes of the profession. Too often, like in many jobs, the most visible PR is the worst – filled with diversions rather than honesty. We … Continued

Explore Radio’s Role In Capitol Riot

It may not be true in politics, but it is in real life: Just because you’re a fan of something doesn’t mean it’s beyond reproach. I’m a fan of radio. It’s what started me, at a young age, on my path to a career in communications. It is, or was before the pandemic, my companion, … Continued

Larry Barron Provided Big Life Moments, Then and Now

I remember exactly where I was sitting the first time I heard what Larry Barron sounded like on the radio. If the building was still standing now, more than 33 years later, I could take you through the door, around the corner and just down the hall and point to the exact spot where I … Continued

For 2021 PR Plans: Lessons From A Movie and A List

As you’re thinking about PR planning for 2021, it may actually help to think of a 33 year-old movie. 1987’s “Broadcast News” still holds up, as a recent viewing proved, especially the scenes near the end about job cuts. Nothing is more current then when the millionaire anchor, played by Jack Nicholson, says to the … Continued