The third annual Daniel Island Harvest Tour of Homes Dine Around can only be a success with Momentum Marketing in charge of PR.
The Memphis City School district has recently approved a PR contract worth 310,000 US dollars with two D.C.-based marketing companies. The contract has the potential of a crisis, as the MCS has been criticized for spending taxpayer money to chauffeur the deputy superintendent around, creating potential for an even bigger PR problem.
Advertising Age has released ’30 Best Places to Work in Marketing & Media’, a list acknowledging those employers in the marketing, media and advertising industry that have created working environments in 2010, where people love to work and are encouraged to contribute their best and brightest ideas.
Motorola’s new Android-based smart phone, Defy, will be officially launched on 25th season premiere of “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” Defy’s main quality is its durability, complemented by other common modern smart phone feature, and will be available by this winter holiday season.
mBLAST has launched MediaSync, a free online tool that for marketers and PR professionals helping them identify, reach and engage key influencers in their field. MediaSync allows users to keep up to date with relevant editorial calendars, identify current and future media opportunities, and create targeted media lists which include key bloggers and journalists covering any particular field or area of interest.
Alex Cristache of Blogsessive.com has recently released a new free Wordpress theme, Typominima, a theme designed for all bloggers with a strong appetite for writing and publishing in a beautiful environment. What sets Typominima apart is its strong focus on the writings above anything else.
An interview with activist against children obesity Michelle Obama will be featured this September in US Ladies’ Home Journal. We learn that Michelle Obama doesn’t like beets, that she wakes up at 4:30 am to hit the gym, and that she likes vegetable cleanses… or does she?
NewsBasis is a recently launched platform allowing journalists to better interact with their sources, companies, PR agencies, non profits and independent consultants or academics.
San Pellegrino’s international advertising campaign “Live in Italian” has been launched in the USA. The concept by Ogilvy & Mather features black and white photos taken by famous photographer Elliott Erwitt, capturing S. Pellegrino’s sparkling water in every day life circumstances.