Howard Kurtz at the Washington Post profiles the “Obama Whisperer” Robert Gibbs, who is likely the incoming White House press secretary.
Andrew Hudson’s JobsGobble seminar Wednesday has sold out, but there are still a few spots open for the evening networking party. Register here if you are interested.
PRSA Colorado has added a panel to its Member Retreat titled, “How Do We Survive and Thrive in this Economic Recession.” Targeted at senior-level public relations/communications practitioners, the panel features GroundFloor’s Laura Love, the DBJ’s Scott Bemis, Andrew Hudson, Qwest’s Sheila O’Neill and Steele Street Bank’s Matt Baldner. Registration for the event has technically closed, but if you hurry you can probably still sneak in. Register here.
Colorado-based Noodles & Company has selected Carmichael Lynch Spong as its public relations agency of record. CLS will begin work immediately on brand strategy, creative development, local relationship marketing and public relations services.