Has Online News Killed The Friday Afternoon Announcement?

Has Online News Killed The Friday Afternoon Announcement?

Last Friday, Google announced that it would start hosting material from several large news agencies, including Associated Press, Canadian Press,...

The Double-Edged YouTube Sword

The Double-Edged YouTube Sword

Events in Ontario’s political world brought the effects of new media on public relations into focus yesterday. Up front: Once...

Google – Love Them Or Hate Them?

Google – Love Them Or Hate Them?

It’s fashionable nowadays to rant against Google. Bashing Microsoft used to be the in thing, but it’s passé now; all...

Making The Best Of A Photo Op

Making The Best Of A Photo Op

A story by Paul Berton in the London Free Press, titled “Making the best of a photo op,” caught my...

Blog Moving To A New Home – Fleet Street PR

Blog Moving To A New Home – Fleet Street PR

Just a quick note – I’ve moved my blog to a new address – FleetStreetPR.com. Be sure to update your...

Video Game Ads: Think Carefully

Video Game Ads: Think Carefully

Advertising within video games is a hot topic right now. As video games become more and more mainstream, they become...

Good Times At The Geek Dinner

Good Times At The Geek Dinner

I went to my first Geek Dinner Toronto (got to love the name!) tonight. What a great gathering of 60...

A Bad Pitch And Some Simple Tips For Getting It Right

A Bad Pitch And Some Simple Tips For Getting It Right

A little while back I received my first pitch as a blogger, which was very exciting for a newbie like...

The Front Fell Off

The Front Fell Off

Forget media training – here’s a great video parody of a CEO in full damage control mode, courtesy of comedians...

Utah Mine Collapse – A Communications Crisis

Utah Mine Collapse – A Communications Crisis

Unless you’ve had your head in a box recently, you know about the Utah mine collapse and the desperate search...