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We interrupt this disruption …

To bring you the following announcement: In the future, things will change. Some may not have gotten the message. There was an interesting discussion pop up on one of the trade sites the other day on how millenials, those born between 1982 and last week (just kidding), are set to disrupt the public relations profession […]

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Go-juice: What’s a gallon worth?

As predictable as the sunrise and regular as the returning swallows at San Juan Capistrano, the seasonal rise in the price of a gallon of go-juice at the local gas station revives the exasperation, complaints, media hand-wringing and finger-pointing that go along with it. This spring’s crop of headlines range from the ominous: “Think gas […]

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Study says PR no longer needed

In a surprising finding, a study released today says public relations, as practiced in America and around the world, has finished its work and is no longer needed, according to MBH Global, a substantial strategic communications firm. “As far as we can tell, companies have all told their stories, so public relations as a professional […]

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No good excuse for not media training

In January, 2004, Howard Dean was the frontrunner in 2004 Democratic Presidential primary. A month later, Dean folded his tent and withdrew from the race. Think media training isn’t worth it? Think again. Ask Howard Dean if he thinks media training is worth it, he’d say Yeeeah! Dean’s answer will be forever known as the: “Dean […]

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