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Jackson Murphy
fake news
After a summer of whirling news cycles, young people are settling back into the classroom with information from a wide array of sources at their fingertips – some legitimate, others not so much. This abundance of content combined with competing narratives on what is ‘real’ and what is ‘fake’ in the aftermath of last year’s...
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Trips to the hospital or doctor’s office are no longer the only ways to receive medical care these days. Patients – elderly, millennial and everyone in between – prefer convenience, easy access and short wait times for an appointment. The healthcare industry is listening. Last week, Atrius Health President and CEO Dr. Steven Strongwater joined...
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Five for Friday is a regular Solomon McCown blog feature in which one of our PR pros shares five of their favorite hobbies, passions, or interests. This week, we hear from Assistant Account Executive Jackson Murphy (at left). Earlier this week, I was lucky enough to join my friends and see my favorite musician, Bruce...
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This week, millions gathered in solidarity with the victims, families and L.G.B.T. community affected by Sunday’s horrific attack of terror and hate at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Rallies were held from City Hall Plaza in Boston, to New York’s historic Stonewall Inn and in major cities across the country and world. As media...
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The other night, I dreamt that President Francis Underwood’s press secretary gave me the urgent task of writing a statement to send to the Washington Herald. Undoubtedly a byproduct of watching the newest season of “House of Cards” in less than two days, I woke up overwhelmed with gratitude that I was not in Seth...
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Donald Trump Iowa Caucas
If you told me a year ago that Donald Trump would be a leading contender for the GOP presidential nomination, I would have chuckled in disbelief. Then, if you told me that Donald Trump would still be a leading GOP candidate after skipping the final debate before the Iowa Caucus, I would have laughed. Yet,...
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and I’m not talking about Christmas. The Force is strong at 177 Milk Street, as people throughout the office express their excitement for the new Star Wars film in various ways and blog posts. But all this hype got us thinking about the communication exhibited by certain...
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‘Tis the season of giving, and pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Allergan certainly gave people in the health care space a lot to talk about in recent weeks. The $150 billion blockbuster deal between the two companies caps off a banner year for mergers and acquisitions, yet the details of the agreement raised much criticism and...
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Even though Massachusetts currently faces one important public health crisis that deserves action, October is an important reminder that another oft-unnoticed epidemic is affecting people across the Commonwealth, country and world. According to a report released by Jane Doe Inc. earlier this month, 334 people in Massachusetts lost their lives over the last decade as...
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Abu Ghraib, the man who jumped from the Twin Towers, children running from Napalm during the Vietnam War – all now iconic images that provided shocking glimpses into events unfolding around the world when they were published, and, many years later, continue to provide context on critical moments in history. Journalists often face the difficult...
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