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Thursday, July 2, 2015

PR Tactics Review: Managing Up for the Proactive Young Professional

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As I transition out of college life, it’s time to start prepping myself for the “real world.” Gone are the summers of sitting by the pool every day, sleeping until noon and late night hangouts with friends on a weeknight. Now, I consider staying up past 11:00 p.m. to be a “late night,” my idea READ MORE »

Monday, June 29, 2015

Health and Communication: Different Technology, Same Message

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Recently, I was helping my grandmother clean out her attic and storage spaces, preparing her to move. We stumbled across some unique items. One of which was her old vibrating belt machine. She explained to me that in the 1960s and 70s, these belt machines were believed to help people lose weight. One simply had READ MORE »

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Special Subscription Opportunity for Preferred Current NewsGen Clients

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It’s hard to believe that summer is here and the year is already halfway over!  As a way to thank our clients for the tremendous business they have brought us over the years, we would like to offer them a savings opportunity to finish out 2015.  We have created a special subscription-based pricing program for radio media READ MORE »

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Bringing Journalism and Media Relations Together For a Good Cause

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We recently had the privilege to partner with Press Uncuffed, a campaign launched by journalism students at the University of Maryland and their professor, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Washington Post Reporter Dana Priest, to raise money to free imprisoned journalists around the world by selling bracelets with their names. The project was managed through RoseComm, a long-time partner READ MORE »

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

#MentalHealthMatters – How Have Veterans Been Affected by PTSD?

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Day is this Saturday, June 27th. While anyone can be affected by PTSD, an article appearing in the June issue of Vanity Fair states that the U.S. military currently has one of the highest rates of PTSD in its history. Looking back through history, it is reported that 31% of READ MORE »