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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Slideshow: News Generation Team Bonding

Last week we held our very successful Media Relations Bootcamp & Luncheon, which gave News Generation team members who live out of town a great opportunity to travel to DC. Our team got to spend fun, quality time together — both at the event…and around town in the DC area. We had a great time READ MORE »

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Video: News Generation’s Bootcamp & Luncheon

Here are just a few of the highlights from our media relations bootcamp & luncheon with expert panelists Michelle Basch (WTOP-FM), Matt Bush (WAMU 88.5),Tommy McFly (94.7 Fresh FM) and Alisa Parenti (MarketWatch). It was an extremely successful event, and we all took home a lot of great tips. Last week we wrote a post READ MORE »

Friday, March 7, 2014

Top 5: Highlights from Our Media Relations Workshop & Luncheon

DC-area communicators gathered together on Thursday, March 6 for a media relations bootcamp and luncheon we hosted.  Four of our area’s leading broadcast reporters and personalities, Michelle Basch from WTOP, Matt Bush from WAMU, Tommy McFly from 94.7 Fresh FM, and Alisa Parenti  from MarketWatch, joined us for lunch to offer their insights into most READ MORE »

Monday, March 3, 2014

Join PRSA on Wednesday, March 19 for Lunch with The Wall Street Journal Washington Bureau Chief and Capital Journal Columnist, Gerald Seib

Gerald Seib, Washington Bureau Chief for The Wall Street Journal, will talk about the WSJ newsroom, how he works with communicators, and his insights on: 2014 midterms and the prospects for the Senate to change hands Whether the elections will change the Washington dynamic Whether immigration reform is really dead or only looks that way How the READ MORE »

Monday, March 3, 2014

Media Relations Bootcamp Registration Closed

We received a great response to our upcoming Media Relations Workshop & Luncheon on Thursday. Due to the great interest we have had, the event is SOLD OUT, and registration is now closed. Thank you for your interest! Be sure to follow the discussion on Twitter by following @newsgeneration. We will post highlights of the READ MORE »

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Join PRSA on Wednesday, February 19 for “How Google Changed the Press Release, And What You Need to Know About It”

By now everyone knows that Google changed press release visibility in 2013.  So what’s left?  What are the new rules (and tools) for crafting and distributing news releases and content that engages and activates your key audiences? Panelists Will Include:   Serena Ehrlich:  Director, Social & Evolving Media, Business Wire Anthony Shop:  Co-founder, Social Driver READ MORE »

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Event Invitation: Media Relations Bootcamp & Luncheon

Thank you for your interest!  Response has been tremendous.  Event registration is now closed. As the winter doldrums set in and people start to hibernate, we find ourselves antsy for professional interaction mixed with a bit of fun.  As such, we invite you to get yourself in tip-top pitching shape with a different kind of READ MORE »

Friday, January 24, 2014

Will Sochi Meet the Security Needs of the 2014 Olympic Games?

The Sochi Olympics have now turned into the Security Olympics.  Every angle of the media has begun to wrap its head around the safety of the upcoming Winter Games.  Russia has been involved in a longtime struggle with extremists, many of whom have promised to target the Olympics beginning February 7 in Sochi.  This year’s READ MORE »

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Join PRSA-NCC on Wednesday, January 22 for “What is the Future of Public Relations in Washington?”

Join Washington area PR thought leaders as they look into their collective crystal ball and predict future trends in the industry on Wednesday, January 22, from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.   Panelists Will Include: Jeff Joseph, senior vice president of Communications, CEA Kate Perrin, founder and president, PRofessional Solutions, LLC Brian Roehrkasse, vice president, external READ MORE »

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Join PRSA-NCC on Wednesday, December 18 for “Is it Legal? How Communicators and Lawyers Can Work Together to Achieve Mutual Goals”

Join us for this workshop presented by the PRSA-NCC Professional Development Committee on Wednesday, December 18, from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.  Given the high stakes for your organization for saying the wrong thing, knowing how to collaborate with your legal team is smart PR. This event will cover the following: What you can say or READ MORE »

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