[Podcast] Backed Facts vs Fake News

In this week's Hacks and Flacks, March VP Meredith L. Eaton and Content Manager Andrew Grzywacz break down the fake news phenomenon.

[Podcast] The Slipperierest Slope

Manny Veiga and Andrew Grzywacz discuss the communications strategies of some of the biggest names in technology - Facebook, Airbnb, and even figures like Peter Thiel or Sheryl Sandberg - when faced with social or political issues.

Media Firsts in the 2016 Presidential Election

By |Nov 7 2016|Categories: PR|Tags: , , , |

At Pub Club and PRSA Boston’s recent presidential election panel, local journalists shared their experiences covering the 2016 campaign, and how coverage this year has differed sharply from any previous elections.

[Podcast] Cut the Complexity in Your PR Pitches

Boston Business Journal reporter Jessica Bartlett joins Hacks and Flacks this week for a discussion about media outreach and reporting.

[Podcast] You Have to Pick a Hill

The hot Gawker takes have been flying left and right, and on this week's Hacks and Flacks, Manny Veiga and Andrew Grzywacz try to dig through it all.

[Podcast] PR Pitching: New Phone, Who Dis?

On this week's Hacks and Flacks, Manny Veiga and Paul Davenport talk to HealthITSecurity's Elizabeth Snell about her preferred rules of engagement when it comes to PR pitching and outreach.

Video Blog Post: The Ad Blocking Debate Heats Up

To some, display ads are the scourge of the internet. To others, namely publishers and advertisers, they are a vital source […]

Facebook as a News Source – Will Publishers and Consumers ‘Like’ It?

This time last year, Pew shared that 30 percent of U.S. adults get their news from Facebook. That stat startled […]

Journalists Going Rogue: Nate Silver and the Age of the Individual Brand

By |Jul 22 2013|Categories: Content Marketing|Tags: , , |

During election season last year, statistician and journalist Nate Silver was something of a celebrity. His blog, FiveThirtyEight, correctly predicted […]

Content Marketing Helps Fill Void Left by Dwindling Journalist Ranks

Last week, fellow Marcher and PR professional Sarah Love highlighted some interesting findings from the recently released State of the […]