Stars of PR
Does the American Dream still exist? Author inspiration...
On a cold December night in 1991, a young boy with seventeen cents in his pocket first set foot in the United States. Twenty years later, that young man found himself the founder and CEO of a billion-dollar corporation. Daniel Milstein’s harrowing story about how his mother, father and brother escaped the oppressive government of the U.S.S.R and immigrated to the United States. They carved out a life for themselves with the quintessential immigrant story of the era. Don’t miss this...
EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE THROUGH THE OUT-OF-BODY EXPERIENCE
Are you skeptical about having Out-of-Body Experiences? This show will interest you if you take the time to listen. Luis Minero began studying and developing his abilities in his early teens. Mr. Minero is the director of the California Center with the International Academy of Consciousness and is the author of Demystifying the out-of-body Experience. For more information, check out www.LearnOBEs.com.
Celebrity Spin in a TMZ World
Old school publicists would agree that dealing with gossip columnists is nothing new. We established our relationships with the best of them and hoped they would treat our clients well. Does TMZ go to far or is the show simply a reflection of how reporting has changed through the onslaught of social media? Cindy Rakowitz discusses this with Los Angeles based publicist Garrett O. Thomas.
A RECOVERING ADDICT SPREADS HOPE THROUGH ARTISTIC OUTLETS
Erin Van Vuren is a 28 year old recovering heroin addict who is clean for three years. She has lived the life of someone who is 100 years old and is grateful to be a survivor and a warrior. An author, actress, songwriter, musician, journalist and filmmaker, she has two movies in development. As an ongoing public service, Stars of PR covers Regenerate Films and their work to amplify young voices in the community. Erin Van Vuren is dedicated to this cause. She also works with Not One More, an...
Tis the Season to talk Holiday style. What’s hot—what’s not? Stylist to the stars, Kimberly Ex-Hill shares tips. Adding comedic commentary, standup sensation Jodi Miller chimes in. Jodi co-authored the WTF series and has appeared on The Tonight Show, Chelsea Lately and Entertainers with Bryn Allen. She is also a reoccurring guest commentator on CNN Tonight, TV Guide’s Hollywood 411.
DISTRESS IN THE PRESS
As the year comes to a close, Bryan Cain-Jackson, assistant editor with Technorati analyzes the most challenging moments for people, products and organizations in the news.
FITNESS SHOULD NOT BE A NEW YEAR RESOLUTION!
The Holiday Season is here again and we are already piling on the post-Thanksgiving pounds. It seems that we collectively use the Holiday Season as an excuse to eat and drink everything that is put in front of us while we are shopping, partying or home with family and friends. That’s why a New Year’s resolution to join a gym after January 1st doesn’t work. Instead, people should make a commitment to change their lifestyle—incorporating fitness routines and healthy eating habits into their...
Leveraging News For Retail Marketing
How do you plan a store opening during Frankenstorm Hurricanes and Presidential Elections? Connect to the news and inject creativity! SARAR Sunset Plaza’s store manager discusses strategy. The elegant European clothing store, SARAR Sunset Plaza sells the absolute best in modern menswear ranging from business casual to formal. Currently stocking designs for fall/winter 2012/2013, SARAR’s upscale products include jeans, jackets, suits, blazers, pants, shoes, ties, formalwear (black tie) and...
CNN TELL US HOW DIGITAL BROADCASTING INFLUENCES THE...
Traditional news outlets like CNN provide commentary as news happens through social media. The trending stories on Twitter are now a part of breaking news. Lila King, Senior Director of Social Media for CNN provides insight from the newsroom. Also, relevant to current events, crisis response master Steve Lee talks about rapid deployment planning and how it works for natural disasters like hurricane Sandy.
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