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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Last fall when news broke of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the entire nation wondered how Penn State would handle the crisis. The child abuse fiasco is a public relations disaster that Penn State will surely be dealing with for years …
Sharon Goldmacher might be the only person who can solve this winning PR formula: C21 + 2013 = Final Four When Sharon Goldmacher of communications 21 was trying to decide where to start her career, she had a bit of …
Carol Cookerly learned early on that an appropriate demeanor needs to fit the occasion – Today, that demeanor would be happy When PR expert Carol Cookerly was early in her TV career just after graduating from Duke, her news director …
Meet the Media with Jennifer Mayerle of CBS Atlanta I’ll admit, I was a little nervous to meet Jennifer Mayerle. I mean, she’s an Emmy Award-winning journalist, and that’s just one of her many awards. Jennifer has also received the …
Karin Koser’s career started before she could even finish graduate school – and she’s been shooting higher ever since Karin Koser will learn in June whether her firm’s video work for Shepherd Center will win one of the industry’s highest …
Former ABC Editor David Rubinger jumped to PR, then corporate and now has his own firm. A number of Atlanta journalists migrated into PR later in their career, but you may be able to count on one hand – perhaps …