Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Evolving Role of the CCO: A Presentation by Rob Clark

by Madison Davis ’15 On Tuesday, the W20 Group Center for Social Commerce had the honor and privilege of hosting Rob Clark for a discussion about his life as a CCO, providing insights and advice about the industry along the

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The New England Patriots

by Sid Bahl ’16 The aftermath of the New England Patriots loss on primetime television to the Kansas City Chiefs on September 29, 2014, was something that Patriots fans haven’t had to endure all too often in the Tom Brady

Posted in Blog, Events, Sports PR

‘Tis the Season to Get an Internship

by Amanda Rothenberg ’17 It’s that time of year again. The time when students scramble to find the best internships for the summer. They scour the Internet for opportunities that will provide them with the best experience they could ask

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The Issue at Hand

by Leah Strassburg ’17 on behalf of Got Consent  On the Syracuse University campus there are plenty of sources of brotherly camaraderie, but perhaps the most unique place it can be found is in the all-male assault and violence awareness

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Taylor Swift v. Spotify in the Public Eye

by Jaclyn Bingold ’15 Last week, Taylor Swift released her highly anticipated album, but what she did next threw fans everywhere for a loop. The pop-country phenomenon pulled her entire music selection from Spotify, a leading music streaming service, and in addition, she

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Mitch Messinger #MMatSU

by Andrea Greenberg ’15 On Tuesday, Newhouse was graced by the presence of its own alum, Mitch Messinger, who is Publicity Director for the ABC Entertainment Group. Presented by PRSSA and the Television, Radio and Film department, the hour-long talk

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Colt McCoy and Redskins PR

by Sid Bahl ’16 The Washington Redskins have had a tough season so far, highlighted by the injury troubles of their star quarterback, Robert Griffin III. The organization’s frustration apparently trickled down to a Redskins public relations employee in the

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The 4 Reasons the Malaysia Airlines MH 370 Crisis Grew Out of Hand

by Andrew C. Erickson ’15 There are not many news events that can capture the attention of the entire world for several weeks in a row, but Malaysia Airlines happened to be the subject of just such a news event

Posted in Blog, Crisis Communications