family foundations

How Family Foundations Use PR to Help Grantees Further Their Impact

Family foundations are known for giving back to communities, supporting nonprofit organizations and individuals through grantmaking and significant financial support. This support in turn provides ...
Boeing's 737 MAX Crisis

PR Failure #15: Boeing’s 737 MAX Crisis

  Another Month, Another Blunder. Spring is here. Seattle is showing off blue skies and warming temperatures in preparation for summer. But while the weather ...
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The State of Podcasting Today: Should You Start One?

With almost a quarter of the U.S. listening to podcasts on a monthly basis, the podcast market is growing tremendously, having gained 12 million listeners ...
PR Failure

PR Failure #14: Messy Decisions Impact Your Reputation (Thank you to the Academy!)

  *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* Another Month, Another Blunder. February, the month with the shortest number of days, is gone! As we’ve stated before, we only grow from ...
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When A Valentine’s Day Marketing Campaign Doesn’t Quite Soar

It’s hard to believe that February has come and gone and we’re “Marching” into spring. Although February is the shortest month of the year, it’s ...
Teddy Roosevelt
history of PR

Teddy Roosevelt, Publicist-in-Chief

There are many activities that we always associate with politicians, and presidents in particular: launching broad campaigns to accomplish a major policy priority (think the ...
Melissa Hellmann
female journalists

Meet the Media: Melissa Hellmann

We’re excited to share our first Meet the Media feature of 2019! For this week’s Meet the Media, we’d like to introduce you to Melissa ...
PR Failure

PR Failure #13: NY Jets Head Coach Adam Gase’s crazy eyes!

  *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* Another Month, Another Blunder. Welcome 2019. You crept up before we even had time to make a resolution. By looking to past actions, ...
Erin Dubots
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#FearlessInternship: Meet Erin Dubots

First days can be a source of anxiety. . . especially when you’ve recently moved to the other side of the country. Hi! I’m Erin ...