What the Kardashians Teach Us About Good PR

2019-08-06 by Julio Juarez

What the Kardashians Teach Us About Good PR Love them or hate them, there’s no way you haven’t heard about them. The Kardashian family name has become a brand of its own and is now a household name across the US and the rest of the world. How, then, has this family managed to gain such fame amy? The answer is good public relations. The Kardashian road to fame really began with a reality TV show documenting their lives, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians (KUWTK).” After three seasons of the show, it seemed to be on its last legs. Ratings... Read More >

Statement from Petra Nemcova and Alejandro Grimaldi

2018-12-30 by Jim Crickell

Petra Nemcova and Fiance Alejandro Grimaldi, Director/Senior Advisor for several PE groups, real estate investor and former Citigroup and Goldman Sachs Banker have called off their engagement. The couple lived together between the properties owned by Mr. Grimaldi for just under 2 years and became engaged in St. Tropez in June 2017.  The sad news come amidst an array of joint business and charitable projects for which the couple worked hand-in-hand and in very complementary ways to carry forward. They both remain friends and are committed to joining forces where necessary for the improvement in the lives of children around... Read More >

Former Fox News Employee May Sue Showtime

2018-11-30 by JamesD
Former Fox News Employee May Sue Showtime

The line between what constitutes a fair, though biased, retelling of history and protecting the reputations of those being portrayed is always being tried and tested, both in legal courts and in the court of public opinion. In most cases, the opinions derived by people are a mixture of pop culture “truth” and actual reality, which is often both more visceral and less linear than good storytelling requires. All of these elements are brought into even starker focus when the history being retold is recent history, and the players are still alive and willing to push back against a narrative,... Read More >

Jason Silva Interview: Humankind’s Greatest Quest

2018-06-04 by Richard D. Pace
Jason Silva Interview

It's amazing what Facebook does by way of "shortcutting" the process of meeting people. Just the other day I added an interesting fellow named Jason Silva, and he returned the favor. Imagine my surprise when adding a friendly face revealed the star of the Emmy Award winning Current TV. You gotta love Facebook, and I think you will like Jason Silva if you put on your thinking cap. Jason granted Everything PR News an interview to talk about his somewhat controversial (and imminently interesting) new documentary "Turning Into Gods." If the title itself does not do it for you, Jason... Read More >

PMK-BNC is NOT a Crisis PR Firm: Problem For Jessica Alba’s Honest Company

2018-06-02 by Jason Tannahill
Jessica Alba Honest Company

PMK-BNC is Not Prepared for Crisis Work Different PR Firms do different things. And while PMK-BNC is a great agency for celebrity publicity work, and Hollywood entertainment feel-good projects, they simply are not the right agency for a major crisis PR project. That is part of the problem for Jessica Alba’s Honest Company. Across the blogosphere, social media – and mainstream media, the company is being attacked for problems with their reformulated 30 SPF sunscreen lotion. As Forbes Magazine noted, “This week’s attention to the effectiveness of a zinc oxide sunscreen made by The Honest Company has renewed scrutiny of... Read More >

Jason Binn: The Business Acumen And King Of Relationships

2018-05-25 by Richard D. Pace
jason binn

Jason Binn, the founder of several luxury magazines, is widely regarded as a publishing guru and is truly the king of high level relationships.  He’s smart, well networked and an entrepreneurial genius. Naturally, Binn is the recipient of various awards, including Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year. Reports show his publications earned millions in annual revenues. In 1998, Binn founded Niche Media, which operated magazines like Gotham, Hamptons, and Aspen Peak. The businessman later sold the media empire to the Greenspun Media Group before founding the Du Jour magazine, and many attribute Binn's success to his ability to connect... Read More >

Salt Bae New restaurant and NY’er Ronn Torossian

2018-01-26 by John Aldo
Salt Bae New restaurant and NY'er Ronn Torossian

New York City is widely known for many things. Fine dining is at the top of any list about the joys of living or visiting America's largest city. Diners have high understandably very high expectations and large wallets. In turn they expect superb food and service. Not surprisingly many people have opinions about what constitutes good food and what does not. Restaurateurs who are opening up a new restaurant here will be held to high standards from both the print media and casual diners. Should a restaurant fail to live up to their expectations, a restaurant owner can expect to... Read More >

Jason Binn Celebrates With Diane Kruger

2018-01-19 by John Aldo
Jason Binn Celebrates With Diane Kruger

Who: Diane Kruger, cover star of DuJour’s Awards Issue, and DuJour Publisher Jason Binn, along with The VYNL owner James Morrissey. What: A celebration of DuJour’s Awards Issue and a toast to Diane Kruger for her performance in the Golden Globe-winning film, In The Fade. Where: THE VYNL, 100 Third Avenue When: Thursday, January 25, from 6 to 9p.m. From the Cover Story: As Jason Binn’s magazine notes, “Following her dramatic and emotional performance Diane Kruger was photographed by Max Abadian in New York for DuJour’s annual awards issue. The part Diane plays in director Fatih Akin’s Golden Globe winning... Read More >

This Olympic Gold Medalist Says She Was Molested by Team Doctor

2017-11-02 by John Goode

Olympic medal-winning gymnast McKayla Maroney is known as much for the meme she inspired as she is for the medals she won. But, now Maroney is in the news for a very different reason. Recently, Maroney went public with allegations that a former USA Gymnastics team doctor abused her throughout her career on the team. The Olympian said the molestation began when she was in her early teens and continued for the rest of her Olympic career. Dr. Larry Nassar is Accused These allegations were released on Maroney’s Twitter account last week, describing years of abuse at the hands of... Read More >

Ed Sheeran Goes Public with Drug Problems

2017-10-26 by John Goode

Ed Sheeran goes public with past drug problems Recording artists losing their careers – and their lives – over drug problems is not a new story. The tale is just about as old as rock-and-roll itself. It’s a familiar pattern. An artist has a moderate problem, then achieves massive popularity. The fame, as well as the ego and the access, create a massive temptation problem, and the abuse spirals out of control. How many great artists, how many great bands, have been destroyed because they couldn’t get a handle on their substance problem? Too many to count, really. Great acts... Read More >

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