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Introducing PRGN Insiders

 By Ashley Boarman, Landis Communications Work smarter, not harder was the theme of a recent presentation I attended given by Peter Shankman, a media aficionado most widely known for creating the database Help A Reporter Out (HARO). One takeaway from his talk was that PR professionals aren’t using their connections in the most effective way. […]

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Meet the Media – Carolyn Said, Business Reporter at San Francisco Chronicle

Meet the Media – Carolyn Said, Business Reporter at San Francisco Chronicle What’s your top story for today? Analyzing why Uber and Lyft pulled out of Austin, Texas, over regulations requiring drivers to submit to fingerprint background checks. It’s part of their long game, a political strategy that generally has resulted in regulators backing down. […]

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And the Winner is…

By Gregory Bortkiewicz, Landis Communications As part of our 25th anniversary celebrations here at LCI, we ran a Facebook competition during the month of April to donate $2,500 to one local nonprofit – here’s the blog I wrote to announce the contest. In addition to voting for a winning entry from one of four San […]

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8 Takeaways from the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) Meeting

By David Landis, President, LCI LCI is fortunate to be headquartered in San Francisco, but part of a greater network of independently-owned communications agencies worldwide.  These agencies help us compete internationally and handle business in more than 50 markets globally. Members of our network, the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), recently met in Washington DC […]

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Facebook Live: Five Top Tips for Brands

By Gregory Bortkiewicz Following the launch of Facebook Live to a select group of VIP accounts last summer, the social network last month opened up the feature to any profile or page. This marks the next step in Facebook’s continued push towards video (and overall digital domination), and comes as no surprise considering the success […]

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