Denver PR Blog

PR Notes
May 29, 2008, 7:20 am
Filed under: GroundFloor Media, Metzger, PR Moves
  • Boulder advertising and branding agency Sterling-Rice Group has selected Metzger Associates to develop a national public relations and new-media campaign.
  • GroundFloor Media named Ramonna Tooley partner.
  • Barnhart Communications hired Nancy Lambert as account manager. Her experience includes a decade at Rock Bottom Restaurants.


Lombardi Goes One-on-One with Obama
May 28, 2008, 4:34 pm
Filed under: KCNC

The most hated news anchor in town (see the comments) blogs about KCNC/Channel 4 sports anchor Vic Lombardi’s brush with greatness.

Fox31 Anchor Engaged
May 28, 2008, 4:26 pm
Filed under: Fox31

Fox31 anchor Libby Weaver is engaged to Denver orthopedic surgeon John Papilion. 

PR Agencies Continue to Grow Despite Tight Economy
May 28, 2008, 4:23 pm
Filed under: Public Relations

The Council of Public Relations Firms calculates that firms averaged a 7.5 percent increase in first quarter revenues over Q1 2007. 

Wait, Qwest Doesn’t Own Dex? D’oh!
May 27, 2008, 7:36 pm
Filed under: Qwest

If you dumped your company’s products on peoples’ doorsteps without their consent, you’d probably be arrested. Not the yellow pages cartel. So how do you get even? Create a giant phone-book shaped art sculpture in front of Qwest’s headquarters. Which would be even better if Qwest hadn’t sold its Dex yellow pages division to RH Donnelley several years ago, but we’re willing to cut the performance artists some slack because they probably don’t read the business section.

Hat tip to Andy Bosselman.

How About a ’10 That Do It Okay’ Award?
May 27, 2008, 7:03 pm
Filed under: Awards, journalism

Apparently Editor & Publisher had trouble coming up with 10 newspapers “That Do It Right!” The nomination window for the awards has been extended through May.

Goldman Report Predicts ‘Anemic’ Ad Revenues in 2008
May 27, 2008, 6:59 pm
Filed under: Newspapers

A new Goldman Sachs report predicts newspaper advertising revenue will remain “anemic” though 2008.