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Donald Trump – The Earned Media ‘Master’

By David E. Johnson, CEO, Strategic Vision PR Group Donald Trump made the headlines yet again (is anything else new).  This time it was by attacking the media covering his campaign and in particular he attacked ABC’s Tom Llamas.  He said that some of the reporting by the media was libelous.   This latest Trump attack on the media…

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2016 EMEA SABRE Awards – Winners Announced

A CommPRO News Update… The EMEA SABRE Awards is one of the premier showcases for public relations agencies around the world and this year Ogilvy PR was one of the big winners, proving its ability’s credentials in producing world class, effective communications for its clients. Ogilvy PR and their partners were recognized in the following categories:…

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Top Small Business Loan Programs Revealed

A CommPRO News Update… The Top 10 best small business loan programs, who provide solutions in the credit card processing industry have been named by topcreditcardprocessors.com. Businesses looking for small business loans solutions can turn to the ratings to easily identify the services that will work for them, all judged by an independent third party. Ratings are…

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Photo Contest Launched by U.S. Cellular to Celebrate Customers’ Favorite Places

A CommPRO News Update… With U.S. Cellular’s #MYAnywhere photo contest, the company is encouraging customers to share photos of the their favorite places, revealing the beauty we can find anywhere.   In order to participate, smartphone users can tag their favorite location photos on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with #MyAnywhere and tagging @uscellular through June 26…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (May 14 – 20, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Jarryd Hayne announced on Monday morning that he was retiring from the NFL to compete with the Fiji sevens team in the  upcoming Rio Olympics, however on Wednesday he was left out of the Fiji squad for this weekend’s London Sevens event, the last…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (May 7 – 13, 2016)

With the Federal Budget released last week and Australia’s PM Malcolm Turnbull heading to the Governor-General to call a July 2 election last weekend, it is the government’s proposed changes to superannuation that has topped our ranking of syndicated media mentions across press, broadcast, and online, with 17,132 over the past week.  The Institute of…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (April 23 – 29, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Commemorations of the 101st anniversary of the Gallipoli landings were held this week as Australia and New Zealand paid tribute to those who have served and died in war, with PM Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten joining 55,000 people at the national…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (April 16 – 22, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia As of Thursday night, a 60 Minutes crew were reportedly on their way home to Australia, after being released from custody in Lebanon along with Sally Faulkner, following the failed abduction of Faulkner’s children from their father, Ali Elamine. Elamine has dropped the charges,…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (April 9 – 15, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Brisbane mother Sally Faulkner and an Australian 60 minutes crew could be facing 20 years in jail, after being charged in Beirut over an alleged kidnapping. Faulkner claims her children were taken to Lebanon by her ex-husband without her permission, and was looking to…

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Facilitating U.S. – Cuba Business Partnerships

By Emily Grim, Associate, Reneo Consulting LLC On December 17, 2014, President Obama announced the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba. Today, just a short-time after the president’s historic visit to Havana, American citizens are left wondering how this shift in diplomatic relations will affect our country and, more importantly, what our changing…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (March 25 – April 1, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called for states and territories to levy their own income tax, naming school funding as an example where it could be allocated more efficiently and effectively by states rather than the federal education department.  Turnbull will meet with premiers…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (March 12 – 18, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Senators debated late into Thursday over changes to the way Upper House representatives are elected, with the federal government and the Greens expected to support the measures. Thursday was scheduled to be the last sitting day for Parliament before a seven week break, but…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (March 5 – 11, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Federal government MPs are reportedly making contingency plans in case the May budget is brought forward by a week as the Prime Minister considers a July double-dissolution election over blocked anti-union corruption bills. July would be the earliest the government could call an election…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the News (February 27 – March 4, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia Cardinal George Pell has been criticized after giving evidence at the Royal Commission of child sexual abuse via videolink in Rome, as he denied knowing about abuse perpetrated by priest Gerald Risdale and described it as a “sad story” of “not much interest” to…

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Australia’s Most Mentioned Issues in the Media (February 13 – 19, 2016)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to this weekly recap of Australia’s news, powered by iSentia After losing six ministers in five months, PM Malcolm Turnbull unveiled a major ministry reshuffle over the weekend, with Barnaby Joyce sworn in as the new Deputy Prime Minister of Australia on Thursday morning. Steve Ciobo has been named Trade Minister, Darren Chester as…

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Executive Briefing 2.18.16 – Working With Dad Bloggers; Brands Should Be Using Influencer Marketing; How Journalists Consume Content

In today’s Executive Briefing, Hunter Public Relations Offers Five Things You Need To Know About Working With Dad Bloggers with Justin Aclin, Senior Account Supervisor, Hunter Public Relations. Also included we take a look at Three Reasons Brands Should Be Using Influencer Marketing from Lyle Stevens, Co-founder and CEO, Mavrck.   As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like…

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Executive Briefing 2.17.16 – We Must Reject Stereotypes; Speaking Up in Business Pays; If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Get Paid

In today’s Executive Briefing we take a look at Shirley Chisholm: We Must Reject Stereotypes from Neil Foote, President & Founder, Foote Communications.  Also included is a look at Why Speaking Up in Business Pays from Jennifer S. Wilkov Founder, Speak Up Women. As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like to take a moment to thank…

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TheNewsMarket Study Reveals Journalists’ Increasing Dependence on Multimedia Content & Online Newsrooms

Media Study Reveals the Growing Significance of Quality Online Newsrooms and Multimedia Content A recent study of 248 journalists has revealed it is now essential for brands to offer content in multimedia formats, with three quarters stating press release distribution services alone were not sufficient as a source for stories. Furthermore, the study shows that…

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