December 4, 2007
NYC Dept. of Transportation is looking for a Deputy Press Secretary
Visit Britain is looking for a Publicity & PR Evaluation Coordinator
SnL Communications is looking for a Senior Account Executive
Stanton Crenshaw Communications is looking for an Account Executive
Quinn & Co. Public Relations is looking for an Account Executive
November 27, 2007
Hay House is looking for a Publicist
Nextweb Media is looking for an Account Manager
Griffin Public Relations and Marketing is looking for an Assistant Account Executive
New York Philharmonic is looking for an Associate Director of Public Relations
Rubenstein Public Relations is still looking for a Managing Director
November 20, 2007
November 15, 2007
iCrossing.com is looking for a Media Manager
Skirt PR is looking for an Account Executive
International AIDS Vaccine Initiative is looking for a Communications Manager
Nielsen Business Media is looking for a Marketing Manager, Music
Direct Marketing Association is looking for a Media Relations Manager
October 30, 2007
October 25, 2007
October 23, 2007
October 16, 2007
Hmm. Maybe this is why no could talk to us yesterday? Jossip reports:
Are things going downhill fast at Fox News Channel’s media relations department, just as they’re trying to generate positive buzz for today’s launch of Fox Business Channel?
Michael Murphy, a senior staffer at FNC’s D.C. bureau, just walked off the job — following director Leah Yoon and regular spokesman Darin Johnson. For what it’s worth, Michael emails us to say that he’s “leaving on great terms,” and, “I’m leaving to actually relocate home and be with my family at this time for personal reasons.” Mainstay publicist Dana Klinghoffer, however, remains — as some of your pitch-filled inboxes can attest to.
What else is going on over there? Alessandra Stanley calls the FBN debut, “perky.” What did you think?
October 16, 2007
M. Booth and Associates are looking for an Online Media Relations Manager
Factory Public Relations is looking for Account Executives
Planned Parenthood Federation of America is looking for a Press Officer
The Boston Globe is looking for a Creative Director
And finally, how’s this for a title? Ketchum is looking for a Knowledge Coordinator, Global CMSN
October 5, 2007
Why is everyone leaving Nintendo PR? On Sept. 14th, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications, George Harrison announced he was leaving. Then, two weeks later Senior Director of Public Relations, Beth Llewelyn, jumped ship. Lucky number three is Juli Roether, who according to Wired, spent seven years working on the Nintendo account at GolinHarris, and will now lead video game speciality PR shop Kohnke Communications new Los Angeles office.
With Halo dominating and Xbox now outselling Wii, Nintendo needs a new team, fast.