Jeremy Juhasz

Jeremy is a communications graduate of Alfred University. He went on to attend Kent State’s School of Communication and Information, public relations. He is a social media proponent with years of experience managing social media accounts for the nonprofit sector.

Recent Posts

Vetting Satellite Media Tour Talent to Maximize Media Interest

by Jeremy Juhasz | March 13, 2017 |

Satellite Media Tour

As an account manager, you do everything possible to make sure execution for a particular tactic is flawless. Working on a satellite media tour requires quite a bit of logistical hurdles, namely choosing a spokesperson.

Why This Millennial Treasures Baby Boomers and Gen Xers

by Jeremy Juhasz | February 09, 2017 |

Public Relations

Our COO, Yvonne Hanak, pitched me a blog idea a couple weeks ago. She wanted to write a column about her recent experiences working with millennials.

Facebook Finally Acknowledges Its Role in Media

by Jeremy Juhasz | January 18, 2017 |

Social Media

For a long time, I knew—as well as many of my peers—that Facebook’s role in our lives went far beyond likes and pictures posted by our family and friends. It’s always been a news source and an integral part in the media ecosystem.

4 Rules To Execute Effective Facebook Live Interviews For Media Tours

by Jeremy Juhasz | October 12, 2016 |

Digital Broadcast PR

Yes, indeed. All the cool kids are doing it. Facebook Live is the new social media rave. Not surprising is its adoption by public relations professionals.

Why Your Broadcast PR Stinks 2016: Internet Media Tour Edition

by Jeremy Juhasz | September 30, 2016 |

Internet Media Tours

Some public relations professionals are fans of the Internet Media Tour (IMT). But many, many people are NOT fans of the Internet Media Tour. The 2016 KEF Media PR Tactic preview is for those in the latter group.

Why Your Broadcast PR Stinks 2016: B-Roll Distribution Edition

by Jeremy Juhasz | September 23, 2016 |

B-Roll Distribution

Some public relations professionals are fans of B-roll distribution. But many, many people are NOT fans of B-roll distribution. The 2016 KEF Media PR Tactic preview is for those in the latter group.

Why Your Broadcast PR Stinks 2016: Satellite Media Tour Edition

by Jeremy Juhasz | September 19, 2016 |

Satellite Media Tour

Some public relations professionals are fans of the Satellite Media Tour. But many, many people are NOT fans of the Satellite Media Tour. The 2016 KEF Media PR Tactic preview is for those in the latter group.

Why Your Broadcast PR Stinks 2016: Radio Media Tour Edition

by Jeremy Juhasz | September 08, 2016 |

Radio Media Tours

Some public relations professionals are fans of the Radio Media Tour. But many, many people are NOT fans of the Radio Media Tour. The 2016 KEF Media PR Tactic preview is for those in the latter group.

Camp Drill: 3 Media Training Tips for Your Next Media Tour

by Jeremy Juhasz | August 02, 2016 |

Media Training

"Failure to prepare is preparing to fail"

3 Reasons to Engage Us Prior To Your Next Satellite Media Tour

by Jeremy Juhasz | June 24, 2016 |

Satellite Media Tour

We’ve visited many and talked to numerous PR agency vice presidents, account supervisors, account executives and the like to understand their pain points when it comes to selling their clients on broadcast PR tactics like satellite media tours. There’s either a budget limitation or a client who’s new and doesn’t understand the potential ROI of a customized satellite media tour. Other agencies have told us they have an internal broadcast team already. But what exactly does that mean? And can those internal teams still receive assistance from the outside? Absolutely. Public relations teams can rely on strategic teams from internal and external roles

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