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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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Body Language At The Trump And Obama Meeting

By Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D It was a meeting that was obviously highly stressful for both men. We’ll never know what was discussed when President Barack Obama and President-Elect Donald Trump were alone, but at their joint press conference their words were cordial and respectful. So was their body language – up to a point.…

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Executive Briefing 1.13.16 – Obama Scores in SOTU Finale; Three Big Media Marketplace Changes; Why We Didn’t Quit CVS

In today’s Executive Briefing Jim Porçarelli, Chief Strategy Officer,  Active International clues us in on Three Big Media Marketplace Changes You Should Keep An Eye On In 2016.  Also included is a look at The Broken Promise of Integrated Marketing Communications from Mark Weiner, CEO, PRIME Research Americas. As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like to take a…

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Obama Scores in State of the Union Finale: Analysis of His Communications Style

By Virgil Scudder, President, Virgil Scudder & Associates President Obama’s final State of the Union message was arguably his finest.  It should go into history as one of the best written and best delivered. The president was relaxed, cordial, and persuasive.  He backed up his points with facts and figures, many of them obviously intended to…

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Democratic Election Strategy Suggestions Should Include A New Approach to Public Relations And Not Beat A Dead Horse; Neither Should Agency Account Teams.

Arthur Solomon On May 24, on this site, I wrote a column giving my opinion on why the Republican Party has stymied Democratic legislation on women’s right to choose and gun control.  I began the column with the following:  “Ever since the conclusion of the 2020 presidential election, I stayed away from writing columns about…

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Martin Luther King, Jr., a “Committed Life”

(Editor’s Note: Republished as part of the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.) Patrice Tanaka, Founder & Chief Joy Officer, Joyful Planet LLC  On this day, we celebrate the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who sacrificed his life in the fight for civil rights. Just days after his assassination, Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of…

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Marketing During the Storm: Time to Pull Out the Stops

  Dwayne Flinchum, President, ScientificBrandsTM Earlier this year, The New York Times reported that the Biden administration had been recruiting online influencers to carry the public health message for vaccinations. Suddenly, 17-year-olds like Ellie Zeiler were engaged on TikTok, promoting a toolkit of scripted language to get Americans to make an appointment to get vaccinated. Marketing in 2021 is rife…

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AirWire Launches The First NFT Camera

CommPRO Editorial Staff AirWire officially launched the NFT Camera App with a Double Wallet and an integrated NFT Marketplace. Ken DiCross, AirWire CEO/Founder stated, “We’ve developed a full and complete suite around NFTs. It’s as simple as take a picture, mint it in 15 seconds, and sell or keep it private. We took down the…

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(Op-Ed) Red Politics and Blue Politics Are Much More Than Pigments As Color Blind Republicans And Watchful Democrats Demonstrate By Their Reactions Toward Trump & Cuomo

Arthur Solomon Years ago, my first public relations job was with a political agency, where I worked on local, state and presidential campaigns. Back then it was often said, “It doesn’t matter who you vote for. There’s no difference between the Republicans and Democrats,” which was never true. The reason for that falsehood was that…

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