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Michael Levine…For Consideration

“Tuesday night’s results didn’t make much immediate difference to the delegate math, but both Cruz and Sanders are moving on to New York with the wind at their backs. But, you would be wise to remember, in the end…..the dogs gather and they bark but the parade continues on.” —— Michael Levine, media expert and best-selling…

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Michael Levine…For Consideration

Business in 2015? Well, A stock collapse in China, Amazon’s big rise, and Volkswagen’s big fall made for a tumultuous and fascinating year. The new year ahead – Though prophecy is dubious business,  I’d advice caution to my friends at Starbucks, who seem to feel that their significant efforts to turn their stores into “to-go”…

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Michael Levine…For Consideration

In Adam McKay’s adaptation of Michael Lewis’s book, the subprime-loan crisis becomes a madcap comedy proving perhaps the old comic adage: “Only the truth is funny.” —– Best-selling author Michael Leviine, www.BrokenWindowsBook.com                                            

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Michael Levine…A Thought For Consideration

“Imagine going to a restaurant seven years ago and getting a really bad case of food poisoning. Then someone comes along and says, “Hey, the Brother of that restaurant owner (where you got sick) has opened up a new place. I hear it’s pretty good. Want to try it?” I sense most people would scream…

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9 Tips and Considerations for Conducting PR During the COVID-19 Crisis

Norman Birnbach, President, Birnbach Communications  For businesses and nonprofits, as for all of us, the world shifted dramatically with the arrival of COVID-19. It’s certainly far from business-as-usual. Yet business continues, and organizations need to continue to operate and keep in communication with their employees, customers, and other stakeholders. Here are some tip for how to…

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Cable TV ‘Breaking News’ 2021: Not Really

  Arthur Solomon The opening paragraph of my column about the evaluation of 2020 cable news political programming read in part, “It’s been several weeks since program changes have been made by the major cable TV networks. My question is, “Will it make the products any better?” My answer, based on past changes at the…

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Lack of Customer Service is a Critical Broken Window in Business

Michael Levine A “broken window” in a business could be any flaw that is real or perceived by a customer. It could be paint peeling from the walls, an unclean bathroom, or a messy condiment section. But, one of the most significant broken windows in business are the employees. Every employee is going to make…

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Discussion of The General Counsel’s Dilemma

      “When all else fails, follow instructions.” —Anne Lamott As last week passed, we celebrated two media anniversaries, including the first stock ticker in 1867, which replaced mail and messenger service, and half a century later, the first radio news broadcast by the BBC in November of 1922. They used to repeat the news twice…

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PRSA Announces 2021 Officer and Board of Directors Nominees

CommPRO Editorial Staff PRSA, the nation’s leading professional organization serving the communications community, announced the officer and director nominees for its 2021 Board of Directors. Delegates of the membership will vote on the nominees and any petitioning candidates at the annual PRSA Leadership Assembly scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5.   “In an incredibly challenging year, a remarkable group of…

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Countdown to Cannes: Submit Your Campaign

Have you ever wanted to enter the Cannes PR Lions but didn’t have the financial resources to make it possible? Let the PR Council help. The Cannes PR Lions represent a global benchmark for what good creative looks like, and the annual Festival of Creativity connects communications professionals with a similar vision to learn, network…

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As Political Conventions End, Media Expert Levine Challenges Minority Leaders To Teach Capitalism; Changes Attitudes In Five Year Goal

CommPRO News Update Calling the challenge to minority leaders “as bold as President Kennedy’s “moon-shot” initiative”, prominent Hollywood media expert and author Michael Levine has challenged leaders of both the African-American and Hispanic communities to teach the advantages of capitalism to their communities and simultaneously teach the pit-falls of socialism. Levine, a prominent Hollywood media expert,…

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Women Leaders are Good for Business 

  The struggles of women in the workplace have been well documented.  The challenges range from discrimination to the gender pay gap, and the lingering concept that men are more effective in leadership roles. A recent study revealed that in fact, women get higher marks for leadership in mid-level and senior leadership roles, even when…

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Wells Fargo Names Amy Bonitatibus as Chief Communications and Brand Officer

CommPRO Editorial Staff Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) announced today that Amy Bonitatibus has been named Chief Communications and Brand Officer, effective Sept. 12, 2022. Bonitatibus will report to Bill Daley, vice chairman of Public Affairs. Bonitatibus joins Wells Fargo from Chase, the retail arm of JPMorgan Chase, where she served as Chief Communications…

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SEO For Branding: How To Boost Branded Traffic?

Frank Hamilton, Blogger Are you blundering to create a digital presence for your brand? Are you searching for routes to make your brand more visible on the internet? If so, then read on! Today’s search engines are more discerning than ever before. Even if you have a stellar product, it’s challenging to rank high in…

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Global Virus Network (GVN) Announces Seven Distinguished International Appointments to Board of Directors 

  World Leaders In Academia, Business, Government, Healthcare, Philanthropy & Science Commit Their Expertise To Advancing The Development & Expansion Of The GVN CommPRO Editorial Staff   The Global Virus Network (GVN), a coalition of the world’s leading medical virology research centers working together to prevent illness and death from viral disease, today announced the election of…

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The Ideal Scenario for an Acquired PR Agency

Art Stevens, Managing Partner, The Stevens Group So, you founded, built, and successfully developed a PR agency and now you’re ready to sell it. You’re familiar with what it takes to run a successful agency but don’t have a clue as to what’s involved in putting it on the market.  You have heard stories of…

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Interaction Is the Key Ingredient of Your Event: How to Make It Work

Ken Rogers, SEO Specialist As the world begins to “reopen,” virtual or hybrid events will not disappear anytime soon. Video conferencing stages like WebEx, Zoom or Google Meet have in a real sense kept the world running. Notwithstanding, simply having the option to see and hear the speakers is regularly sufficiently not. As an individual…

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