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Why the Media Matters: The Future of Media in a World of Change

In today’s increasingly tech-dependent world, does the media still matter? The Seattle Chapter of the American Women in Communications brought Mara Liasson, political correspondent at National Public Radio, to Town Hall to moderate a discussion and tackle that question with local media experts: John Cook, co-founder of GeekWire; Caryn Mathes, president and general manager at […]

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Gender Equality in the Executive Ranks: A Paradox

To better understand how companies can open the door wider to women in the C-Suite and take advantage of the diverse perspectives that women leaders bring, Weber Shandwick and KRC Research sponsored a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) on a global study titled Gender Equality in the Executive Ranks: A Paradox — […]

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Where Do You Get Your News?

Awakened by an alarm clock, I fumble and find my glasses. The clock says 5:15 a.m. It’s another weekday. After a quick trip to the nearby bathroom, it’s downstairs to make coffee. As the smell of freshly brewed Sumatra fills my senses, I flip on the television to brighten the room and to shed light […]

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Global Media Relations Insights: Munich

Weber Shandwick Seattle brings you Global Media Relations Insights, a blog series that explores media relations around the world through Q&A’s with some of our top global talent. The fourth edition of the series includes insights from Katharina Meyer, who leads the Consumer Marketing team at Weber Shandwick Munich. Q: What is the media landscape like in Germany and […]

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Global Media Relations Insights: United Arab Emirates

Weber Shandwick Seattle brings you Global Media Relations Insights, a blog series that explores media relations around the world through Q&A’s with some of our top global talent. The third edition of the series includes insights from Ghaleb Zeidan, the Deputy Managing Director and Head of the Government and Corporate Communications Team in Weber Shandwick’s Abu Dhabi […]

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Global Media Relations Insights: Beijing

Weber Shandwick Seattle brings you Global Media Relations Insights, a blog series that explores media relations around the world through Q&A’s with some of our top global talent. The second edition of the series includes insights from Adam Steinberg, an account manager in Weber Shandwick’s Beijing office. Q: What is the media landscape like in China and […]

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Global Media Relations Insights: Rio de Janeiro

Weber Shandwick Seattle brings you Global Media Relations Insights, a blog series that explores media relations around the world through Q&A’s with some of our top global talent. We’re kicking the series off with insights from Amanda Vidigal, an account director in Weber Shandwick’s Rio de Janeiro office. Q: What is the media landscape like in Brazil […]

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3 Ways to Breathe New Life into a Story

Whether it’s an annual event or a company milestone, how do you take a familiar story that has been told repeatedly and make it interesting for your key audiences and the media to cover? Here are three ways to breathe new life into an old story: Be Socially Savvy:  Find ways to engage your target […]

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Meet the Press: Al Jazeera America’s Allen Schauffler and Kristin Fraser visit Weber Shandwick Seattle

From possible tsunami debris on Alaska’s Montague Island to getting an up-close look at a major marijuana grower in a SODO basement grow room, reporter Allen Schauffler and field producer Kristin Fraser stopped by Weber Shandwick Seattle today and talked to our team about Al Jazeera America’s new Seattle bureau and their responsibilities for covering […]

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