Posts Tagged ‘media advocacy’

OH NO YOU DIDN’T! Part 2: Media Behaving Badly

This is Part Two of a two-part series entitled: OH NO YOU DIDN’T!, or stories of media and bloggers behaving badly told from the PR person’s perspective. Continue reading

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Bateman Buzz Meter for January 2012

Lo and behold the Bateman Buzz Meter for January 2012 Continue reading

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Steal the Spotlight: How to Hijack Breaking Industry News

The online media landscape today is largely driven by a “break the news first” mentality. Page views, search rankings and publication speed are the new currency for journalists and publishers as they race against time to gain reader eyeballs and … Continue reading

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Bateman Group Welcomes NatureBridge to Client Roster!

Today we publicly announced our selection as agency of record by NatureBridge, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization headquartered in San Francisco and the largest residential environmental education partner of the National Park Service. NatureBridge currently operates fourcampuses at Yosemite National Park, in Olympic National Park in Washington State, in Golden Gate National Park and in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and each year serves more than 40,000 participants through field science, youth leadership and teacher training programs. Continue reading

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The Blogger vs. Journalist Debate Rages On

The blurry line between bloggers and journalists reared its head again last week when All Things Digital’s reigning doyenne Kara Swisher outed fellow tech blogger Michael Arrington, editor in chief of TechCrunch, for not disclosing financial investments in companies that … Continue reading

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Good News Comes in Twos!

Good News Comes in Twos! Bateman Group Expands Relationship with Recyclebank and Opens Park Slope Office Continue reading

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