In the media business, on social media and among news consumers, every week seems to bring more conversation about the future of CNN. Is there life for a cable news channel (or at least what passes for one today) in “the middle?” Who will be the personalities who will drive it, now that everything in … Continued
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Farmington Hills, Mich. (August 29, 2022) – Readers of Michigan Lawyers Weekly, a statewide publication focusing on the legal profession, have honored Tanner Friedman Strategic Communications in the publication’s 2022 Annual Reader Rankings issue. For the second consecutive year, readers named Tanner Friedman the “Best Public Relations Agency” in Michigan for working with lawyers and … Continued
Once upon a time, preparing for a crisis meant training a spokesperson about how to talk about a building on fire. At the same time, an explosion at a plant was the first example given when asked about a crisis handled relatively well. We were called into duty because of something so obviously wrong as … Continued
One of the great things about working with clients for many years can be the conversations. It’s the shoptalk that can’t usually happen in a meeting. Over the weekend, I got one of those calls. It was a burning question from Rich Homberg, the General Manager of Detroit Public TV. Sometimes, we talk about TV. … Continued
There’s one thing about the media business that has been true since 1898. The Cox family knows how to make money in it. It started when James Cox bought the Dayton Evening News (later the Daily News) and grew an empire. At one time, the privately-owned company owned 17 daily newspapers. Along the way came … Continued
There’s a stat that should stop everyone in the news and PR businesses in their tracks this week. A poll of Republican voters in the “purple” state of Michigan, published in the Detroit News, shows among those who align with the GOP, 66 percent of them – 2 out of every 3 – believe that … Continued