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Final Watergate revelation prompts questions for potential anonymous sources (Cover story originally published in Public Relations Tactics, July 2005)

As Karl Rove is learning, never go off-the-record unless you can live with the possibility that you won’t remain anonymous. While the Rove story is likely to shed new light on the dangers of providing background information to journalists, this ...
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Is this a "desperate time" for journalists?

Washington Post staff writer Howard Kurtz has suggested that the journalism profession has been demoralized by developments surrounding anonymous sources, accusations of plagiarism and other high profile misdeeds. For organizations and their public relations counselors interested in communicating powerful messages ...
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National Society of Newspaper Columnists Gets Earful About Modern Media

Newspaper columnists from across the country decended upon the D-FW area this week, providing important lessons for public relations pros who bothered to listen. Tony Messenger of the Columbia Daily Tribune reported on how his trip to the Sixth Floor ...
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Texas Technology Companies Have New Public Relations Target

Technology companies throughout the state of Texas have a new public relations opportunity. Texas Technology magazine is being launched to shine the spotlight on the incredible technology advances being driven by the state''s tech leaders.
Author: Jon Fyffe
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Publicity Stunts Can Get Sticky

You have to wonder about the public relations geniuses at Deutsch Advertising who came up with the idea of trying to break the world record for the largest popsickle in the middle of summer in Manhattan. It ended with the ...
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New Survey Confirms Shift In News Consumption Habits To Online News Sites

21 percent of respondents now primarily read newspaper content online, according to the Nielsen/Netratings Summer 2005 survey. The research focused exclusively on Internet users who consume newspapers and excluded online users who obtain their news from other online news and ...
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Big Public Relations Implications: Local Newspaper Web Sites Reaching National Audience

More than one third of visitors to the Houston Chronicle''s Web site are from out of state, according to new data from Hitwise. As historically print-based news organizations embrace the Internet, it is becoming clear that customer acquisition and churn ...
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Toughest Job in Texas Public Relations Open; DeLay PR Guy Quits

Texas public relations pros with exceptionally thick skin and the ability to put up with a boss who is his own worst enemy have a new job opening to consider. Dan Allen, communications director for House Majority Leader Tom DeLay ...
Author: Patrick O''Connor
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Public Relations Likely To Benefit As Houston Retailers Jump On Arbitron PPM Test (From Mediaweek)

Houston''s top retailers have agreed to participate in Arbitron’s upcoming trial of the portable people meter ratings service in the market. The four retailers include Best Buy, Gap, Gallery Furniture and Old Navy, which operate more than 50 store locations ...
Author: Katy Bachman
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Houston To Host Tests Of New Radio Rating System In July

Arbitron will soon be testing its "portable people meters" in Houston, hoping to prove that the new electronic devices do a better job of accurately recording media impressions than traditional diaries. The announcement comes as Clear Channel turns up the ...
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