Denver PR Blog


Post Finds Many Innovative NPR Shows Missing in Colorado
September 28, 2008, 9:22 am
Filed under: Denver Post, Ostrow

Joanne Ostrow at the Denver Post looks behind the curtain at Colorado Public Radio and finds all the innovative, edgy programming that Coloradans don’t hear because CPR staffers are as bad as music radio executives when it comes to formula-driven programming.



China’s Space Publicists Now Advising McCain Campaign
September 26, 2008, 2:03 pm
Filed under: Politics

If you were planning to watch tonight’s debate between John McCain and Barack Obama, don’t bother. It turns out McCain already won it.

 



‘Beijing … We Have a Problem’
September 26, 2008, 1:59 pm
Filed under: PRSA

China’s Ministry of Propaganda is alive and well. We feared things would slow down in Asia after the Olympic Games, but the same person responsible for promoting the Olympics (see buck-teeth little girls and CGI-aided opening ceremonies) is helping out on China’s space efforts. No need to worry, however. We expect that PRSA will soon send a registered letter to Premier Jiabao asking China to abide by the PRSA Code of Ethics in its space communications.



‘Get Smart Schools’ Selects GroundFloor
September 26, 2008, 1:40 pm
Filed under: GroundFloor Media, Wins

Get Smart Schools, a new nonprofit education reform organization in Colorado, has selected GroundFloor Media as its agency of record.



Pro Bono Opportunity: PRSA Award Winners
September 26, 2008, 1:39 pm
Filed under: Awards, PRSA, YourHub

Is there anything sadder than having to submit your own YourHub article about an award you won?



DBJ: JohnstonWells, Xstatic Top PR Awards
September 26, 2008, 9:33 am
Filed under: Awards, Denver Business Journal, Johnston Wells, PRSA, Xstatic

We gave you our assessment of last week’s PRSA Gold Pick awards earlier. Here is the Denver Business Journal’s take.



Andrew Hudson Resigns Position to Focus on Jobs Site
September 26, 2008, 8:56 am
Filed under: Andrew Hudson, Jobs, Penny Parker

Those of us who have been in Denver for a while have watched with amazement as Andrew Hudson built what started as a small email distribution list into the full-blown marketing jobs machine we now know as Andrew Hudson’s Job List. During that run, we have seen Andrew move from the Wellington Webb administration to Frontier Airlines to ARCADIS. But Andrew has now resigned his position at ARCADIS to devote himself full-time to his jobs site. Penny Parker at the Rocky has the details. We’re big fans of Andrew and his site, obviously, and we wish him the best of luck.