Announced today, two of the largest media companies in the Pacific Northwest have joined forces to create a new online advertising network focused on community news sites and hyperlocal blogs. KING-TV has partnered with the Seattle Times to launch BeLocal. Link to full story can be found here.
Weber Shandwick Seattle worked with media and consumers on the ground, supporting Chevrolet’s national kick-off for the 12-city, ride-and-drive event – the Volt Unplugged Tour.
In late September, Weber Shandwick Seattle client Intersect, which has a new online storytelling platform currently in beta testing, attended the Web 2.0 Expo in New York City, mingling with other innovative start-ups and social media gurus. One of the highlights of the week was participating in the Startup Showcase, an event featuring nearly 30 […]
(By Valerie Bauman, senior account executive and former Associated Press reporter) By December 2008 it was obvious. The cheeky jokes about pending newsroom layoffs had given way to echoing footsteps down an uncommonly quiet press hallway in New York’s state capitol. It seemed like each week brought another grim goodbye “party” (read: sipping whiskey morosely […]
In a world with 1.96 billion Internet users, you might wonder where to find the CEOs of the world’s largest corporations on-line. As it turns out, many of them are shy when it comes to showing their social side. A recent Socializing Your CEO by Weber Shandwick of the world’s top 50 companies found that […]
Last Thursday, our office hosted an open house event to celebrate our new office space at 818 Stewart St. in Seattle and the launch of a new era for Weber Shandwick Seattle. We had a great turnout of about 70 clients, local reporters, partners, employees, and other folks from within the IPG network. We were […]