Denver PR Blog


KMGH/Channel 7’s Steve Saunders Engaged
March 5, 2008, 8:51 pm
Filed under: Bill Husted, Denver Post, KMGH, Rocky Mountain News

Those of us who’ve been around Denver for a while remember with sadness the death of Emmy award-winning television producer Pam Saunders. Saunders was the wife of KMGH/Channel 7 anchor Steve Saunders (and daughter-in-law of former Rocky Mountain News television columnist Dusty Saunders). Bill Husted at the Denver Post reports that Steve has become engaged and will marry this summer.



I Hope You Don’t Own ‘BretAdamsIsAStupidMoron.com’
March 5, 2008, 7:08 pm
Filed under: lawsuits

The Denver Nuggets continue to slip farther down in the standings, and they would not make the playoffs if the season ended today. Part of the problem may be that coach George Karl is wasting his best motivational speeches about hustle and aggressiveness on his lawyer rather than his players



Edelman Merges Units; Strives for “Authentic Communications”
March 5, 2008, 8:39 am
Filed under: Edelman, Public Relations
 
Edelman will merge its three digital practices — Edelman Interactive Solutions, me2revolution and Edelman Mobile. We’re guessing the move was made to create greater synergies and highlight the firm’s global leadership and world-class service, or some such public relations bullshit. We’re sure it has nothing to do with one or more of the units underperforming. Additionally, and we’re not making this up, Edelman is now “staking its claim” to “Authentic Communications.” I guess “authentic communications” is the opposite of the work it did for Wal-Mart.
 


Former Post Columnist Jim Spencer Turns Flack
March 5, 2008, 8:05 am
Filed under: Denver Post, Journalism Moves, PR Moves

When former Denver Post columnist Jim Spencer left the paper last summer, he announced he was taking a foray into the world of online journalism by joining the Web site Colorado Confidential. That experiment has ended. Spencer has crossed over to the dark side, accepting a position as communications director for the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. 



Chipotle vs. PETA
March 5, 2008, 7:53 am
Filed under: Chipotle, Public Relations, Rocky Mountain News

Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold is dealing with an issue no public relations person wants to handle: PETA. Although Chipotle is recognized as a leader in the fight against the traditional farming practices of micro-pens, antibiotics and hormones, PETA has an issue with how the restaurant’s chickens are killed “processed.”