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IMHO: Is Opinion Journalism the new Journalism?

Having reached a certain stage in my life and career – here at Landis I’m the senior account supervisor – I’m the first to admit that I’ve got some rather well-defined and otherwise stubborn opinions which inform many of my day-to-day decisions. I’m far from unique in this regard. Nobody is immune from opinion. Opinions […]

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For the Record

Meet Matt McFetridge, special events reporter for the Marina Times   Tell us about your dream assignment.   There’s a warlord in the Congo I want to do a documentary on. He’s a genocidal thug who drinks pink champagne and dresses in the latest Parisian fashions.   Describe the wackiest story you’ve written.   I […]

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Meet the Marketer

We’re pleased to re-post a recent blog entry by Bay Area culture correspondent for the New York Times, Chloe Veltman’s “Meet the Marketer” featuring LCI’s own David Landis. “Meet the Marketer” profiles David, a 30-year PR professional, in response to LCI’s newly launched meet the media blog segment, “For the Record,” which has profiled Chloe […]

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For the Record

  Meet Erin Feher, associate editor of California Home + Design magazine.   Tell us about your dream assignment.   Traveling the world to study the architecture and design of traditional places of repose and retreat for different cultures—from Turkish hamams to Japanese sentos—and getting to indulge in each experience.   Describe the wackiest story […]

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Back to School…or New Year’s Eve

Brianne here, Senior Counselor at LCI. When you work in PR, particularly media relations, it’s kind of hard to remember what season we’re in.  Right now, the bright yellow school buses are back on the street and hordes of kids are storming Target for boxes of crayons and 3-ring binders.  Our friends on the East […]

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For the Record

    Meet Stephanie Martin, anchor for California Money, KQED radio’s daily business and economics report    Tell us about your dream assignment.   How about getting paid to spend a year (or three) touring the world’s most famous restaurants, hotels and spas? My list, in no particular order, would include: the Hotel de Crillon […]

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