In this episode of Hacks and Flacks, we talk to Tyler Morin, co-founder of The Water Coolest, about why it's important today to distribute content in a way that fits into your audience's life.
In this episode of Hacks and Flacks, we speak to Marshall Hook, assignment editor at WHDH-TV Channel 7 in Boston, to learn the best ways PR professionals can pitch local broadcast media.
March 8 is International's Women Day, and in recognition, we recorded a fun roundtable chat between March Director of Digital Services Caroline Black, Managing Director Cheryl Gale and Executive Vice President Jodi Petrie.
There’s a lot to love about our work, so we figured that, in celebration of the season, we’d ask folks around the March office to share the moments that warmed their hearts. Here’s what they had to say.
After a year of delays, Amazon finally opened its cashless and cashier-less convenience store to the public last Monday, and the initial reactions have ranged from curiosity to bemusement, to confusion and just about everything in between.
CES 2018 is history, and March Senior Account Executive Alex Jafarzadeh has a full report from Las Vegas. He tells us why this year's event was the "voice-controlled CES" and why, of all the major technology players in that space, Google was the biggest winner.
Consumers seem ready for a world where mobile is tightly integrated into the in-store shopping experience. But, are retailers ready?
Andrew Grzywacz joins Hacks and Flacks to share thoughts from Inbound 2017, including the science behind how stories stick in the human mind, tips on sourcing content ideas from Reddit, and insight into the future of podcasting.
The conversation around artificial intelligence has always included a little bit of existential angst, and that was before some of the world’s biggest tech figures starting weighing in on the subject.