Inspiring the Consumer: You Can’t Do That on Television

Shift Communications

cta] The post Inspiring the Consumer: You Can’t Do That on Television appeared first on SHIFT Communications PR Agency - Boston | New York | San Francisco | Austin. I can remember the first time I was afflicted by consumerism. The Sears Wishbook, fresh from its plastic wrap.

Will Television Follow Newspapers’ Fate?

Flatiron Communications

One of the bigger questions that emerged from last week’s Business Insider Ignition conference revolved around whether traditional television will endure the same pain as the newspaper industry has. The post Will Television Follow Newspapers’ Fate?

The Changing Face of Television and the Emmys

Zignal Labs

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Twitter and Television: A Match Made In Heaven

Waxing UnLyrical

Television. I have an unhealthy love for, and obsession with, television. ” When I stop and think about it, I’m a bit horrified at just how much time I’ve spent watching television. Twitter and Television: A Match Made In Heaven is a post from: Waxing UnLyrical.

#MediaMonday – Dan Spindle

HMA Public Relations

Featured Media Monday ABC 15 ABC 15 Reporters ABC15 News Arizona Sports Associated Press Dan Spindle Journalism news anchor Reporter television television news University of ArizonaI met ABC 15 morning and mid-day news anchor Dan Spindle a few weeks ago.

Rocky Mountain Emmy Nominations Announced

HMA Public Relations

Featured Media Relations Alison Bailin NATAS National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards Rocky Mountain Emmy Nominations Parties Rocky Mountain Emmy Nominees Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter

Visual Search of TV Broadcasts – Detecting Logos and Other Objects of Interest

PRSay

TVEyes has been working for some time to create a new service that meets the needs of national brands to know more about the appearance on television of their logos, products and people. Marketing Applications for Visual Search of Broadcast Television.

Volunteering – No Pain, No Gain

HMA Public Relations

HMA Public Relations Alison Bailin Arizona Baseball Officials Association breanne krager National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos Phoenix Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America PR Daily PRSA Rachel Brockway Scott Hanson Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona United States Tennis Association (USTA) Central Arizona USTAVolunteering and giving back to my community are very important to me.

The Braaaaaaains of Zombie Public Relations

LTPR

Communications Tools PR Best Practices AMC American Movie Channel branding communications fedex LT PR LT Public Relations marketing PR public relations sprint television the walking dead undead zombie

Fred Savage Accused of Battery

Ron Torossian

Fred Savage is known for his roles on multiple different television programs, most recently the canceled Fox series, The Grinder. But it’s not Savage’s acting roles that has him in the headlines these days.

5 Ways to Look Right on TV

Ron Torossian

To help you know what to do and, more importantly, what NOT to do, here are five ways to look right on television. You made it. You’re on TV. Time to take full advantage of this opportunity. Don’t screw it up, because you may not live it down, and you may not get another chance anytime soon.

How Marketing Has Changed

Ron Torossian

To learn about a new product, a client would have to see it on television, or advertised on a magazine.

Bridging PR and Sales Through Storytelling

AirPR

movies, television, novels, etc.), When it comes to influential forces, there are few as powerful as storytelling. While many equate storytelling with entertainment (e.g. the concept of compelling storytelling is now front and center in nearly every business conversation. In fact, it was a major theme during this year’s GrowthBeat conference. The business of storytelling […]. PR Education GrowthBeat PR PR education PR tips public relations sales sales tips stories storytelling

Damn It, Let's Get Those Metrics Going!

Bad Pitch Blog

Bad Pitch Blog customer service training focus groups good PR metrics Neilsen Media spokesperson training television on mp3 Nielsen Media Research says they are measuring ratings for TV shows “regardless of the platform on which it is viewed.”

Early PR Lessons From Tropical Storm Harvey

PR News

You’re expecting Hurricane Harvey, but you’ve heard on radio and television that an evacuation of your city, America’s fourth largest, is not recommended. It’s Friday afternoon, August 25, and you’re at work in Houston.

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Behind the Headlines With Joanna Brahim

Cision

In this interview, Joanna discusses the ways television and entertainment brands have adapted to new audience consumption habits, what to do when a crisis hits and how to get started in the communication industry. My guiltiest pleasure is…binge watching mindless television.

Survivor Continues to Live Up to Its Name

Ron Torossian

While it wasn’t the first reality show to land on television , it has been one of the most popular, and it certainly has staying power. Survivor, the CBS juggernaut in which a group of contentious castaways is stuck in the “wilderness” together to “tough it out” through various challenges.

How Sports #PR has Changed for the Better (Mostly)

PR Expanded

Sports organizations would conduct their PR through traditional forms of media; newspapers, television, billboards, things like that. When your favorite team signed a big player, you could read about it in the newspaper and there might be a television campaign highlighting him/her.

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Why Social Shares Are Key to Pitching Media

Cision

” In magazines in the signature line and on television next to the anchor name, you’ll often find their Twitter handle. Many television programs (even national media) have even started using Facebook Live while they are on-air to attract an online audience.

Top 10 Florida Meteorologists on Twitter

Cision

This week we salute the top Florida meteorologists at local television stations on Twitter, ranked by follower count. Followers were pulled on September 15, 2017 and may change over time. Leigh Spann – WFLA-TV – 106,641. John Morales – WTVJ-TV – 56,142.

3 Takeaways From a PR Pro on the Receiving End of Media Pitches

PR News

After running his own PR agency for 10 years, he joined NBC Television as PR manager for a national daytime talk show and later on led PR and community relations… Continued. Andrew Hayes, VP, corporate communications at Fifth Third Bank, has seen media relations from the other side, and he wasn’t too impressed by the view.

Top 10 New York Times Arts & Culture Staff on Twitter

Cision

James Poniewozik – Chief Television Critic – 76,928. This week, we highlight the top 10 New York Times arts and culture staff on Twitter ranked by follower count. Followers were pulled on September 1, 2017 and may change over time.

Live Coverage Never Ends

HMA Public Relations

Live television coverage has always enthralled us and it is everywhere! One of the live shows that Scott usually tunes into is called Live PD on A&E. Click below for more]. The post Live Coverage Never Ends appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

Digital Video to Kill TV by 2020?

Ron Torossian

In a speech at the Consumer Electronics Show, YouTube chief business officer Robert Kyncl said, “Digital video will overtake television to become the single largest way people spend their free time before the end of this decade.”. TV killed radio, so will digital video kill TV? Absolutely, say some market experts … and they are predicting a relatively quick death – by 2020. As you may expect, YouTube is one of the standard bearers of this expectation.

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Even #60Minutes Is Sometimes on Shaky Ground

HMA Public Relations

So how did the longest-running broadcast in primetime television history earn its credibility back? During 60 Minutes' 50th anniversary show, it was revealed that some stories reported were inaccurate or incorrect.

You Don’t Need Forrest Gump’s Mom for an Effective Live Video

PR News

Every six months the Television Critics Association (TCA)—some 400 folks in the media who get paid to watch television and write, talk, tweet and blog about it—commandeers a Hollywood-area hotel for two to three weeks. During that time the critics, holed up in a darkened ballroom, are witness to an almost nonstop parade of broadcast, cable… Continued. The post You Don’t Need Forrest Gump’s Mom for an Effective Live Video appeared first on PR News Blog. Social Media

Al Roker Visits Business Wire for BizWireTV Event

Business Wire

You can view a replay of the livestream here Al Roker touched upon many subjects, starting by explaining that he initially had no intention of a career in television.

Debate Produces Good Moment for Clinton Campaign on Social Media

Cision

Last night, an estimated 100 million people watched the presidential debate on television and online. Live television interaction between the candidates proves to be an effective rallying tool for Clinton supporters.

Find your Story; Build your Brand!

ReimaginePR

She’s a story expert who works both as a PR executive and television writer, helping millions of people engage with harder to understand ideas, brands and campaigns through story. If you’ve struggled to find your story, this is the workshop for you! When: May 16 from 6:30 to 8pm.

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Barack and Michelle Obama ‘in talks with Netflix over TV series’

Mark My Words

Whatever the cost of the deal one thing is clear: it would be a television coup of gigantic proportions. “It’s The Guardian – 12th March 2018. Former president and first lady in advanced negotiations with streaming service, report says. It’s a massive deal for both parties and the only thing we can also be sure of is that it will also involve a massive amount of money,” said the PR and branding expert Mark Borkowski.

Do you need media coaching?

Axia PR

Have you ever watched a televised interview where the interviewee responds to questions with ease, using a flowing, conversational tone? 3 reasons why a trained “talking head” is beneficial for your company.

How to Boost Your Reputation on Google

Cision

In 2012, I responded to a query that said, “Do you have a product you want to take to the next level (national television).” Being featured on national television and in prominent publications has exposed my business to millions of potential customers.

The NALA: Cision’s PR Software Earns Agency Clients More Media Coverage

Cision

Since partnering with Cision and leveraging its press release distribution capabilities, the NALA’s clients have garnered television appearances and radio interviews, earned mentions in major local print and online articles and received an influx of donations for charity drives.

3 ways you can prepare for a public relations crisis

Axia PR

Lately you can’t turn on the television, log in to social media or pick up a newspaper without noticing a company’s public relations crisis unfolding. Planning proactively for potential crises with 3 key strategies. We have all seen what happens when a company isn’t prepared for an unexpected situation. It spirals out of control and creates a media storm of negativity.

Behind the Headlines With Steve Majors

Cision

In this interview, Steve discusses what he learned from working in television news, the skills needed for successful media relations and how to improve your pitching strategy. Specifically, I was a television news producer. You’ve held several positions in television news.

Reteaching an Old Dog Old Tricks

PRSay

My career began in television news as a reporter and producer. After working over 10 years in television news, she made the leap to public relations. So it turns out that not only can you teach an old dog new tricks, but you also can reteach an old dog old tricks!

What’s Needed for a Successful Satellite Media Tour

Cision

It can be time-consuming to plan media outreach for local and national networks, cable news, podcasts, streaming television, public radio, and social-only video; however, a satellite media tour (SMT) can help.

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Roseanne Proved The “Oh Crap” Rule Still Exists

The Stalwart Blog

Of all the television series reboots produced, this one proved worthy of my time. I proudly admit I enjoyed every episode of the Roseanne reboot. I found the storylines compelling and provocative.

Top Must-Read Books For PR Professionals

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The Platinum Age of Television by David Bianculli. This book critically examines the last fifty years of television by a renowned critic of the genre, explaining what makes particular programs “platinum-quality.”

How to Measure PR?

5W PR

For instance, if your company or product was mentioned on a television show that had 1 million viewers, that would count as 1 million media impressions. However, media impressions are not limited to television or print media.