As one gets older it is only natural to become more reflective of year’s past and interactions with family and friends, loved ones and contemporaries, including in the context of tenets you have set for life and for work. The importance of balance, understanding and mutual respect – toward others and toward oneself. Such messages … Continued
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The closest thing to a time machine may have been invented by, of all people, those who run a once-bankrupt media company. But will it be good for business? For now, I don’t really care because I’m really enjoying it as it’s getting started. 99X is back on the radio in Atlanta and, well, everywhere. … Continued
It comes up in an instant and is completed almost as quickly. And yet, the radio traffic report can often be as important as anything broadcast across the airwaves. Over a career spanning nearly 50 years, perhaps no one has plied his roadway craft more capably than Dennis Neubacher, who officially “retired” from full-time on-air … Continued
If you’ve consumed news at all in recent days, you don’t need a PR type to explain to you what a mess Southwest Airlines has experienced. But, as someone who went to “Crisis PR Boot Camp” by representing an airline nearly 25 years ago, here’s some insight as to why the company’s PR approach has … Continued
If you’re looking at layoffs in the media business as some kind of “win” for your political agenda, you’re reading the wrong piece. This is an objective view of a situation that isn’t good for anyone but requires a different level of perspective than ever before. If you work in the PR business and survived … Continued
If you’ve been doing PR a certain way for the past 14 years or so, the potential (likely?) demise of Twitter is going to make your job harder, at least in the short term. That’s a shame. Sure, those of us who have been active on the platform have had our ups and downs. Just … Continued