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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.

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?

Four Tips for Landing Brand-Building Local News Coverage

Spin Sucks

Landing local news coverage for your brand takes time and perseverance. You need to be flexible, understand how reporters work and have the right story. Meredith Yates shares some tips to help break through the noise and get your story noticed by a TV reporter.

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15 Non-Obvious Business Trends Shaping 2017 (Retail, Consumer, Tech, Marketing, and Media)

The Influential Marketing Blog

Television. This week I launched the seventh edition of my annual trend report featuring all of my research from throughout the year on trends.

What Social TV Means for Marketers

Spin Sucks

hours every month of television. According to the Nielsen research, social media is growing furiously as a driver of television programming…and it’s being influenced by what our friends and family are Facebooking and tweeting about.

The Purpose Hotel, Dyson’s New Robot Vacuum And Target’s Big Bet On Kids | Issue #24

The Influential Marketing Blog

Television. The big news of Unilever purchasing subscription site Dollar Shave Club for $1B this week probably dominated your newsfeed this week, and one that I had two separate journalists contact me about for comment.

The Game Show Guide to Life and Business

Spin Sucks

Communication Ethics audience authenticity Customer Service game shows honesty integrity Let's Make a Deal Marketing Monty Hall PR reputation Sales Spin Sucks television TV Wayne GradyToday’s guest post if by Carmelo Bryan.

Strange Korean Video Trends, How Fabergé Sells Luxury and Ikea’s Unexpected Ecommerce Experiment | Non-Obvious Insights #31

The Influential Marketing Blog

Television. I am deep in the midst of writing the next edition of Non-Obvious and identifying new trends for 2017. The research has been leading me down some interesting paths as I curate this weekly email for you.

5 Content Marketing Tips the TV Series Finale Teaches Us

Strategic Public Relations

Content / Media Content Marketing Television How I Met Your Mother #HIMYM ended a nine-season run with its series finale earlier this week. And of course, like most series finales, it received mixed reviews. The critics in this instance are my content marketing colleagues.

TV’s Golden New Age and the Change it’s Ushering In

inkhouse

Early in 2014, we at InkHouse conducted a study of 1,000 consumers and we pulled ourselves out of our Twitter fog to learn that 73% prefer to get their news from television. African Americans watch more television than whites (7 hours a day)?

5 Stories That Explain Pokemon Go And Other Non-Obvious Insights

The Influential Marketing Blog

Television.

How Netflix Predicts Watching Habits, Awful Magazine Covers & The World’s Spiciest Tortilla Chip | Non-Obvious Insights #32

The Influential Marketing Blog

Television. This week the Internet went crazy talking about how Brangelina split. Despite how important that “news” might be – it’s clearly not the kind of “non-obvious” story I have to share today.

Top 5 Reasons You Need Media Intelligence (Not Just Media Monitoring)

iQ media

Based on your specific needs, you can access television, online news, social media, print, radio, blogs, forums, review sites, etc.

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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

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.

FIR Podcast #82: The Ridicule Pepsi Generation

Holtz Communication + Technology

After more than 16 years in television news, Emmy-winner Ike Pigott left to feed his passion for crisis communication. Cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network. Lionel Menchaca and Ike Pigott join Shel Holtz for this week’s episode, commenting on these stories….

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.

Six Ways To “Hack” Your PR Program

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

These contacts can be a gold mine of information and access, particularly when it comes to cracking morning television or top-tier print publications. Despite becoming more data-driven in recent years, public relations is still a relatively low-tech business.

PR 2020: What will it be like?

Marketwired

Facebook and Twitter continue to evolve, just like television and radio did after they were first introduced. [By Jason Mollica]. Victor Hugo once said that there is nothing like a dream to create the future.

Pitching Talent and Celebrity Booking With Patrick Lambert

Cision

I studied politics and television at Emerson College and even in high school worked in news with celebrity events and campaigns. Rude reps- we all do our best to make things easy and for good television but over demanding or truly rude or inconsiderate reps can’t absolutely blacklist a talent. Best Practices Featured Influencer Q&A Influencers media relations Patrick Lambert pitching tips Television

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.

Why Brands Need to Get Emotional

Cision

Far from a secret pheromone added to the air in a clothing retailer — or subliminal cues placed in television advertising — emotional, truth-based storytelling plays on a consumer’s state of mind and makes them want to believe.

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The Implications of the Growth of Social News

Cision

Still, television remains a strong contender for the source used by most Americans for news; 40 percent compared to 43 percent who gain the majority of their news online and via social media.

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.

5 common redundancies to remove from your writing

PR Daily

He hosted an educational television program from 1993 to 1998, and he also wrote several books on scientific topics. Another option is to slightly simplify the sentence: “He hosted an educational television program from 1993 to 1998 and wrote several books on scientific topics.”

3 PR Moves to Make in 2017

Beyond PR

PR includes the creation and distribution of information, primarily in the form of stories, published or broadcast by mass media such as newspapers, magazines, television, blogs, podcast and radio. You don’t have to look far to see the added benefits of Public Relations.

CBS Issues Fake (and Totally Awesome) News Release

Spin Sucks

See for yourself: Subsequent to recent developments in the creative and legal community, CBS Television today felt it was appropriate to reveal the upcoming launch of an exciting, ground-breaking and completely original new reality program for the CBS Television Network.

Five Steps to Insanely Good Customer Service

Spin Sucks

Bell Media owns 30 local television stations; 35 specialty channels; and four pay TV services. Rogers Cable is the largest cable television provider in Canada, also offering high-speed Internet access, residential telephone services, and video retailing. By Lindsay Bell.

Media Relations: Not dead yet

Holtz Communication + Technology

Television didn’t kill radio or theater. Nearly 90% of Americans used television to get their news, and more than 60% used print newspapers or magazines. I read a report in Bulldog Reporter that asserts the practice of media relations is dying.

The Earned Media Opportunity PR is Missing

The Proactive Report

76% of producers and journalists affiliated with digital outlets of television and radio stations, newspapers, magazines, media sites reported using outside produced video.

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Martin Shkreli’s Guide To PR Suicide

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

That posture might work for, say, Donald Trump, who has a business and television track record to fall back on, but in 99% of cases, it’s a disaster. Talk about a public relations lesson in what not to do.

5 Tips to Pitching Success – When PR Stands for “Personal” Relations

PR Expanded

As I found editorial success for my agency’s clients, I was able to branch out and pitch radio and television broadcast opportunities. When I started out in PR, my focus was building relationships with the media who were mostly print journalists at newspapers and trade publications.

#PRStudChat Discusses the Secret Nuances of Media Relations in 2017

PR Expanded

He formerly worked in television and radio in Philadelphia and New York City. We’re kicking off #PRStudChat in 2017, and you won’t want to miss a Twitter chat focused on the nuances of media relations and lessons learned from the field. On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, at 8:30 p.m.

Content Creators: Enough with the Boring

Spin Sucks

Content can be delivered via many different media including, but not limited to, the internet, television, and audio CDs, books, magazines, live events, such as conferences and stage performances, etc. The original series has been televised in 120 countries. By Lindsay Bell Content.

5 Challenges to Effective Communication

Cision

1 television program on TV (“I Love Lucy”) averaged 68 percent of all households watching the show every week. 1 television program on TV (“The Cosby Show”) averaged 38 percent of all households.

FIR Podcast #30: The Employee Experience

Holtz Communication + Technology

Before her career in corporate communications, Barbara worked as a London-based television producer for ABC News, where she covered the revolutions in Eastern Europe and the 1991 Gulf War for ABC’s PrimeTime Live and World News Tonight. This is cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network.

In Politics & PR, Perception Is Reality

Cision

The 1960 presidential debate, the first televised debate in history, between John F. Television viewers almost unanimously declared Kennedy the winner. Last night more main characters were eliminated than an episode of “Game of Thrones.”

TCIP #044 – Organization Fined $1.1 Million for Emailing Canadians (CASL) with Maanit Zemel

Melissa Agnes

Canada’s Anti Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect in July of 2014 and it seems that since it came into effect, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has been out for blood. Welcome to episode #044 of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast, with Melissa Agnes and Maanit Zemel. Does your organization email Canadian stakeholders? If so, have you developed a CASL Compliance Policy? If you haven’t, you may be in store for some serious repercussions.

Stories are your brand’s on button

ReimaginePR

He’s also a partner of ours on some television shows we created — and a pretty darned good friend. Face palm: “It doesn’t work.” ” “Okay,” I said. “I’ll get someone to troubleshoot it with you.” ” “You can try,” said Jonathan. “But I’m not sure there’s any point. It just doesn’t work. And I mean at all. At ALL.” ” It was a 3D Scanner invented by Matter and Form Inc. ,

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What Goes in a Great Media Kit

ReimaginePR

Television shows cut to a new angle on average every 3 seconds or so. This is shot as if done by a television station. It lets a television or video outlet run your answers cutting in their anchor asking the questions. I get to sit on both sides of the media kit divide.