The migration from media to public relations continues. Former 9News and Fox31 reporter Ginger Delgado has teamed with former Gov. Bill Owen’s spokeswoman Amy Sampson to form Real PR Media, a boutique firm that offers media relations, crisis communications, branding and messaging, PR campaigns and video production services.
A good rule of thumb for journalists: you probably aren’t going to win an Emmy asking sketchy characters, “Did you pee or poop on the bank?” And you probably aren’t going to get promoted out of Eureka, Calif., if you keep acting like a substitute teacher who can’t control her third-grade students.
(Hat tip: Andrew Hudson)
Denver’s Cohn Marketing has picked up four new brand-development clients: Galleria Dallas, Serramonte Center, Lerner Enterprises and RK Mechanical. And good news if you are involved in the retail real-estate industry – Jeff Cohn says he’s seen activity pick up in that sector over the past six months.
A follow-up to yesterday’s post about a CBS4 investigation into Traction Communications’ Kirsten Hamling over missing money intended for The Children’s Hospital. Through her lawyers, Hamling has now explained that Fired Up for Kids actually was never a non-profit/charity and that she is under no obligation to donate the proceeds of its firefighter calendar to The Children’s Hospital’s burn unit. Classy.