Filed under: Linhart
Turner PR has added Travaasa Destinations, Paraiso Del Mar and Inspirato to its roster of clients. Turner PR will provide them with a variety of strategic media relations and social media programs. Turner also announced it has added Rebie Bautista Lash as a senior director, Campbell Levy as senior account manager, Amber Connor as account manager and Ashley Taufen as account coordinator.
Filed under: Wins
Jumel Public Relations has been selected by Solterra, a master-planned residential community in Lakewood, to support its public relations activities. Solterra is Carma Developers’ signature Colorado community located in the foothills near Red Rocks. JPR will focus its efforts for Solterra on media relations and social media strategy.
Filed under: Wins
Duo Marketing & PR has added Greenworks Video as a new client. Greenworks Video is a state-of-the-art Green Screen video production company that offers turnkey, affordable videos for websites, sales, training, investor relations and a host of other critical communications needs.
Among those hiring this week are Alpine Access, Centura Health, Colorado Public Radio, Colorado Garden Show, Destination Hotels and Resorts, DISH Network, Elitch Gardens, Fentress Architects, Holland & Hart, Inspirato, Nexant, PCL Construction, PR Newswire, RMEL, Safehouse Progressive Alliance, The Summit Foundation and the University of Denver.
Colorado Public Radio (CPR) received top honors in local news reporting and producing in two categories in the Colorado Broadcasters Association’s 2010 Awards of Excellence.
CPR Reporter Megan Verlee‘s news series exploring the legislative process, “Biography of a Bill,” won first place for Best Public Radio Documentary or Series. A collection of stories on doctors’ disclosure of financial ties with pharmaceutical companies, reported by CPR Health Reporter Eric Whitney, received the second place award in the same category.
In the category of Best Public Radio News Special or Public Affairs Program, first place was awarded to CPR for the Dec. 14 edition of its local news interview program, “Colorado Matters.” The program focused on the careers of jazz singer Mandy Harvey and former Speaker of the House Terrance Carroll. Second place in the same category went to CPR for the Sept. 13 edition of “Colorado Matters,” which updated and gave listeners various perspectives about last year’s Fourmile Canyon fire, including the experiences of homeowners who broke the law and returned to their properties against the state fire marshal’s safety orders. Host Ryan Warner, Senior Producer Sadie Babits, Producer Zachary Barr, and Audio Producer David Fender worked together in producing the two award-winning editions of “Colorado Matters.”
Filed under: Events
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce is inviting Denver public relations practitioners and agencies to join Conversation Starters’ Brian Olson at its B.I.G. (Be Involved, Give) Day on Saturday April 16. The SMDCOC needs 500 volunteers to spend the morning working with non-profits on everything from spring cleaning at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado to getting the Botanic Gardens spruced up for the season.