The TV landscape has changed, as most PR pros know. “Appointment viewing” is dying. Local television news has morphed into community calendars with newscasters directing viewers to their web sites for more. Local TV news advertisers are car dealers, PI lawyers, and trade schools. Take a look at who advertises on network newscasts: cancer medications, ED treatments, and diabetes medicines. That’s the audience.
Last year KEF Media re-launched The Daily Buzz on Pop, formally the TV Guide Channel. The original Buzz welcomed publicity integrations and was favored by PR pros across the country. The show had a successful 13-year run nationally, but had been off the air for two years. In those two years, several national ‘integration’ shows came on the scene, but none combined true editorial content/entertainment news with seamless client integration opportunities that our PR clients craved. We knew there was an appetite for a Buzz 2.0 and set out to make it a reality.
With careful thought and creativity, keeping your social media content fresh and exciting will keep people interested in your business.
It’s inevitable. While watching that television show you need to catch up on, a commercial pops up of a celebrity promoting a product that is geared toward you.
8 Ways to Mitigate Negative Media Coverage
Like it or not, the news media is going to do what the news media does. When the reports are negative, the senior management of an organization placed under the media’s microscope can get angry, even vindictive.
Don’t try to mess with Sia!
When your tanker spills a million gallons of oil in the Bering Sea, you’re going to need to hire a crisis public relations consultant. But when your husband of 10 years has been a notorious sexual predator for decades and accusations of his innumerable assaults finally go public, you just need a new husband.
Many PR professionals run into the same issue over and over again…
So I walk over to the bullpen one morning and ask Jim if he and Mel handled the assignment I gave him when we met last week.
For many years, we wanted to create a syndicated television program that would smoothly integrate the content we produce for our clients into a show that people would actually watch, especially in top markets, including New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.