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You Won't Believe How Quickly This New Old Spice Campaign Goes Viral - Posted January 22, 2014
Just when we figured the Old Spice guy had run out of tricks... This video is OK, but the concept behind the campaign makes it great. If you see a tweet or Facebook message from a friend telling you all about an illegal neck workout machine, a 100% solid gold headset or another,... [FishbowlDC]

Oracle CEO to Fortune Reporter: 'Hey Jerk...your job is telling half-truths' - Posted August 12, 2010
Here is one way to voice an opinion on a news story. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison wasn't happy with an item written about him in Fortune that referenced his personal life.... [FishbowlDC]

Apple Needs To Address Consumer Reports' Negative iPhone 4 Review - Posted July 13, 2010
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Apple iPad Launch Finds PR Hitting On All Cylinders - Posted March 30, 2010
The Apple iPad officially becomes available this Saturday, April 3rd. Apple put out a press release on the matter yesterday. As usual, Apple's PR machine is executing rather flawlessly, with news of sold out pre-orders,... [FishbowlDC]

How Many People Work In Facebook's PR Department? - Posted February 17, 2010
The answer would be 25, according to a Facebook PR rep we spoke with. So how do reporters who cover the company describe its public relations strategy? It's a delicate question for those reporters looking to maintain their level of access with the social networking powerhouse. Facebook "plays a fair game of... [FishbowlDC]

Brooke Hammerling Receives NY Post Love For V-Day Cards - Posted February 16, 2010
Here's the latest example of why it may make sense to shut off those social networks for a few hours and go back to a more "old-school" form of communication. Brooke Hammerling's tech PR firm, Brew Media Relations, got a ... [FishbowlDC]

Brooke Hammerling on iPad: 'Are there any women in Apple marketing?' - Posted January 28, 2010
As PRNewser noted yesterday, Apple's latest product release, the iPad tablet computer had already been widely mocked for its name. Some women marketers seem to agree. "Are there an... [FishbowlDC]

Tech PR Agencies Hoping for IPO Market in 2010 - Posted December 22, 2009
Rumors abound this week that investors in user review social network Yelp are potentially pushing the company to IPO after turning down a $500 acquisition deal from Google. Similarly, "at least 50 venture-backed companies could seek to go public next year, possibly as high as 100,"... [FishbowlDC]

Brooke Hammerling Still Trying To Figure Out This Whole "Phone" Thing - Posted November 9, 2009
Brooke Hammerling, the well connected tech publicist and founder of Brew Media Relations, is working out of the agency's Santa Monica office today. She had a little mishap with the phone system. We'll give her a pass on this one, since it se... [FishbowlDC]

Ogilvy Adds a VP to Digital Division - Posted July 9, 2009
Ogilvy announced the addition of Rachel Polish to its 360-degree Digital Influence Group today, with the title of VP of digital strategy. She's spearheading the division's word-of-mouth and social media efforts on the wes... [FishbowlDC]

Twittorati Launches Today - Posted July 8, 2009
Technorati launched in 2002 and became a critical tool in the years that followed as blog relations became an important skill for the PR industry. It was the easiest way to find out when bloggers picked up on a pitch or covered a trend, and who was linking to those... [FishbowlDC]

Brooke Hammerling on NYT Story: Reporter Did an "Excellent Job" - Posted July 6, 2009
The P.R. world - at least the tech P.R. world - is abuzz this morning about a cover story in the Sunday business section of The New York Times by Clai... [FishbowlDC]