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Macedonia Media and Press Freedom: Q&A with Dragan Sekulovski

By Kai Prager, Senior Media Relations Specialist, Business Wire

If you visit Skopje, Macedonia today, you will be surprised. The central spots in Macedonia’s capital are crawling with enormous fountains, museums and bridges laced with statues over the Vardar River (which divides the city in two parts). 885 more words

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Media Relations: Why the media isn’t interested in your story

It has happened to everyone at one point or another. You build your list and pitch your story to the media, and then… Nothing. After a lot of time, and in some cases money, you just don’t get the return you are looking for. 656 more words


Friday bad news dump no longer valid strategy, study finds

Rob Swystun, Pristine Advisers

There’s a lot to love about Fridays. Everything at work is just a little more relaxed, the weekend is hanging around at the exit, waiting to pick you up and whisk you away as soon as you get off … and people have been known to drift away from work a little early on Friday afternoon. 890 more words

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In The Media: 10 Tips For Writing a Bylined Article

It’s one of the first requests I get from clients: “I want to be in the media.” Now, that can mean a lot of things. It can mean: 773 more words


Meet The Seattle Times’ new health reporter, JoNel Aleccia

By Amy Snow Landa

When Carol Ostrom retired from The Seattle Times on Oct. 1, the paper lost one of the Northwest’s most prominent and experienced health reporters. 541 more words

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With press release editing, catch erors befor they hapen

By Luke O’Neill, Editor, Business Wire Boston

We’ve heard it many times here at Business Wire: We catch a typo in a press release, let the client know, then the voice on the other end of the phone stalls, then sighs, “You don’t know how many people have looked at this thing, and that wasn’t caught.” 624 more words

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How PR Pros Reach the White House and Other Political Groups

This year’s PRSA Annual conference included an excellent discussion on the various tools organizations use to engage with The Hill.  In this piece, Danny Selnick, SVP of Public Policy and LatinoWire, outlines that discussion as well as the latest research on the communication habits of congressional offices and their staffers.  37 more words

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