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T.J. Winick
No matter what you think of the former First Lady/New York Senator/Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton had a very good week, indeed. Some of her good fortune was her own doing, and some was thanks to others. But today, more than ever, it appears as if she safely has the Democratic Presidential nomination locked up....
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NBC News announced Thursday that disgraced anchor Brian Williams will return to the air in a diminished role, covering breaking news for cable outlet MSNBC, as well as filling in for his “NBC Nightly News” replacement, Lester Holt, when Holt is “not available.” In mid-February, Williams was bounced from his post as anchor and managing...
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Solomon McCown President Ashley McCown was a panelist Thursday morning at a breakfast event entitled How to Prevent, Detect and Deal with Cyber Security Breaches as part of the Annual General Counsel East Conference. The panel took place at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square. Fellow panelists Johnny Lee, forensic expert from Grant...
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Dismissed by many as a cheap ratings stunt playing to the lowest common reality-show denominator, “Bruce Jenner: The Interview” on ABC’s 20/20 drew over 17 million viewers, registering the largest audience for a non-sports Friday night broadcast in 13 years. It appears to have been one of those moments so rare in today’s fragmented media...
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There were plenty of lessons to be learned and best practices to take away from the dynamic panel discussion on cyber security held at the Westin Waltham on March 26. Grant Thornton’s New England Office hosted the breakfast event, titled: “How to Prevent, Detect and Deal with Cyber Security Breaches.” Grant Thornton’s Kevin Morgan (Principal,...
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The title of this blog is ripped from one of my favorite songs about the news business. (It’s right up there with Fleetwood Mac’s Murrow Turning over in His Grave and Don Henley’s Dirty Laundry). Anne Murray’s 1983 tune laments the tidal wave of depressing news of the day: the economy, fighting in Lebanon and...
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Two years ago this spring, in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, we were reminded once again that our city’s hospitals are among the greatest in the world; our medical professionals among the most skilled and passionate. But just as critical was the entire community’s training and readiness for a crisis. It was credited...
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It’s 2015 and Marketing, Public Relations, and Communications professionals know their organizations need video. It’s no longer just the early adaptors leveraging storytelling and brand journalism to engage key audiences. After all, “facts tell, stories sell,” as the saying goes. Video helps organizations connect on an emotional level. That’s crucial when many purchasing or website...
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On Wednesday, the National Football League did what it should have done years ago and approved a new personal conduct policy. It applies not only to the league’s players, but also to owners, coaches, team employees, game officials and league office employees. While the new rules were ratified unanimously by 32 franchise owners, the NFL...
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On October 30, United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley held its annual Real Estate & Building Leadership Breakfast. Founder and CEO of The Davis Companies, Jonathan Davis, was honored with the Norman B. Leventhal / Edwin N. Sidman Leadership Award. Solomon McCown & Company was proud to produce this video for the United...
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