As we eagerly await the kickoff of today’s Detroit Lions game against the Seahawks, I thought it a time apropos to call out, in a positive way, the PR machine that is the National Football League and the new Netflix series “Quarterback.” It is a study in effective story-telling that is worth a closer look. … Continued
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There’s a reality that is too often ignored, even scoffed at, by organizations of all sizes, in all lines of work. We are seeing it right now after a sexual misconduct investigation into Michigan State University’s $95 million head football coach Mel Tucker was revealed in a USA Today story posted just hours after Tucker … Continued
Farmington Hills, Mich. (August 30, 2023) – Readers of Michigan Lawyers Weekly, a statewide publication focusing on the legal profession, have honored Tanner Friedman Strategic Communications in the publication’s 2023 Annual Reader Rankings issue. Lawyers Weekly Readers named Tanner Friedman #1 among Michigan-based firms for working with lawyers and law firms. Readers also this year … Continued
To look back on the biggest week of the year in what may be the fastest-evolving form of media, we’re letting you into our network. Those most in the know in podcasting were at the Podcast Movement conference in Denver last week, including three companies where we have relationships, including a media research firm, a … Continued
PR types and journalists shouldn’t just be working together. We can learn from each other too. Last weekend, I was honored to be asked to speak at a first-of-its-kind event, created by the Asian American Journalists Association’s Detroit chapter, in partnership with the regional chapters of National Association of Black Journalists, the Society of Professional … Continued
Listeners turning in to 910 AM Superstation this weekend were no doubt checking and rechecking the radio dial position and time of day, greeted by ESPN radio, normally a station overnight staple. Bit by bit information has trickled out that the regular format – at one time billed as the “The Voice of Detroit” and … Continued