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What Services Should You Use To Aid Your Career Journey?

CommPRO Editorial Staff Beginning your career can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not sure what you want to do or where you want to end up. It can take a while to finalize your thoughts and truly begin; this is where many people get overwhelmed by the stress of starting a career. But…

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The Healthcare Impact of the Lockdown

CommPRO Editorial Staff As the world continues the Covid-19 battle, the healthcare impact of the pandemic goes beyond the virus.  Being sedentary during a pandemic lockdown can have a negative impact on your spine. Spinal diseases are quite common in the modern world. One of the most serious pathologies of the spinal cord is syringomyelia. The…

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Communication Strategies for Changes to Obamacare

Editor’s Note:  This is the first in a three-part video commentary series by Doug Simon, CEO of D S Simon Media.  Doug takes a deep dive into the strategic communications issues tied to the Presidential transition of power.  In Part I, Doug’s focus is Obamacare. In Part II,  Doug discusses the impact of Trump’s use of Twitter…

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Millennials Want More Texts and Why You Should Care

How Industries Can Leverage Millennials Love for Texts with SMS Marketing By Dan Slavin, CEO & Co-Founder, Codebroker New research confirms that millennials prefer using their phones for everything but making phone calls. Now numbering at 80 million, this group comprises a quarter of the US population. Businesses in every sector are looking for ways…

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A Conversation with Harvard Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Author, ‘Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality’

Join me in my conversation with Harvard Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin as we discuss her new book, Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality, a biography of the civil rights icon and first African American woman appointed to the federal judiciary, Constance Baker Motley. Guest Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin Tomiko Brown-Nagin is dean of…

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Advice to Joe Biden from a Crisis Manager 

Helio Fred Garcia Here’s where the United States stands on the eve of the election: We have more than 9 million confirmed COVID-19 infections. We’re at nearly 100 thousand new cases daily; more than a thousand daily fatalities. We’re well on our way to be at a quarter million fatalities in a matter of weeks;…

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The Supreme Court Re-Run Show

An Old Production That Needs A Rewrite (Author’s Note: This is the 13th in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide and presidential campaigns. In this column, I write about…

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The Presidential #Debates2020 Wrap-Up

(Author’s Note: This is the12th in a series of political articles for CommPro.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI –My first job with a PR firm was at a political one, where I worked on local, state and presidential elections).  Arthur Solomon Instead of giving my analysis of each debate in…

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The Supremes (Not The Motown Ones) And The Election

(Author’s Note: This is the third in a series of political articles for CommPro.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. It’s one that was not on my “to do” list. But because of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court will be an important issue until after the 59th…

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Richard Levick — The Age of Transparent Political Donations Is Upon Us

  Richard Levick, Esq., Chairman & CEO, LEVICK On July 27th in 1974, the House Judiciary Committee recommended that Richard M. Nixon be impeached and removed from office. By January of 1975, there were 93 new members of Congress, including 49 seats in the House and Senate which had flipped Republican to Democrat. In the…

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If I Were Advising The Democratic Approach To The 2020 Election

(A Roadmap To Defeating ‘The Pinocchio President,’ Who Likes Dictators And Demeans Democratic Governments) Arthur Solomon, Public Relations Consultant Even though the Democrats haven’t yet decided on their 2020 presidential candidate, the campaign for the White House has been under way even before Donald Trump was sworn in as president. But the first official Democratic…

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The Day TV Journalism Died

  Arthur Solomon, Public Relations Consultant We soon will be approaching June 1, the birthday of the death of TV journalism. And Americans who care about truthful, factual, accurate news should still be in mourning. People who grew up during the age of cable news might not know that once upon a time, TV journalism…

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Strategic Communications and the Midterm Elections

Debra Pickett, Page 2 Communications If there’s a lesson for strategic communicators to learn from the midterm elections, it’s that the traditional focus of our work – messaging – matters less and less.  Indeed, the decisive factor in wins and losses up and down ballots across the country generally was not strategy at all.  It…

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Eschewing the Eunuchs

Eric C. Anderson Allow me to make this disclaimer an opening.  I am no fan of Mr. Trump.  There, it’s out, and now we can begin. A decision to sit down with Mr. Putin at the end of a week-long campaign intended to burn bridges with NATO and Great Britain is an absolute ploy of…

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