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The 25 (Other) PR Blogs You Should Bookmark Today - Posted August 22, 2014
Here at PRNewser, we (that's this team ... [PRNewser]

Kris Humphries Speaks; Kim Kardashian Keeps Selling Her Handbags - Posted November 1, 2011
In our continuing coverage of the statements from people surrounding the Kim Kardashian/Kris Humphries divorce, we finally ... [PRNewser]

PR Pro Joins Huffington Post Lawsuit - Posted June 16, 2011
[caption id="attachment_22834" align="alignleft" width="159" caption="Jonathan Tasini"][/caption] Richard Laermer, founder and CEO of ... [PRNewser]

Huffington Post Blogger Lawsuit Adds Four Writers - Posted June 14, 2011
Four new writers have joined the class-action lawsuit filed by Jonathan Tasini (pictured, via) against The Huffington Post. The suit argues that the online publication "was unjustly enriched by valuable ... [GalleyCat]

New York Times Profiles Rex Sorgatz, 'Social Networking Butterfly' - Posted July 15, 2010
In a New York Times profile many digerati are likely reading and discussing today, Rex Sorgatz, former executive producer at MSNBC.com turned digital consultant, talks about how his company is advising com... [PRNewser]

Why Is Jesse James Doing TV? - Posted May 21, 2010
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RLM PR CEO on Toyota: 'Long Road Getting Back' to Symbolizing Quality - Posted January 29, 2010
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Huffington Post Traffic Soars - Posted January 19, 2010
Maybe it's all of those bylines from RLM PR CEO Richard Laermer. Maybe not. Either way, the Huffington Post is growing at a healthy clip, reports FishbowlNY. Traffic to the site has more than doubled to 9.8 million uniqu... [PRNewser]

2010 Predictions: Bad Pitch Blog Edition - Posted December 30, 2009
For a "lighter" take on 2010 PR industry predictions, we turned to Richard Laermer and Kevin Dugan, founders of "The Bad Pitch Blog." On business prospects for 2010: ... [PRNewser]

2009 Predictions: Who Got 'Em Right and Who Got 'Em Wrong - Posted December 28, 2009
As we roll out 2010 predictions for the PR industry, lets look back at some of last year's predictions to see who got things right and who didn't. Check out the breakdown after the jump. Those who got it right: "The line separating bloggers from mainstream journalists will continue to blur creating one amorphous... [PRNewser]

Former HARO PR Agency Filing Lawsuit Against Company - Posted September 16, 2009
PRNewser has learned that Propheta Communications, former agency for Peter Shankman's popular connect journalists with sources service, Help A Reporter Out (HARO), is in the process of filing suit against HARO's parent company, Two Cats and a Cup of Coffee, LLC, owned by Shankman.... [PRNewser]

HARO Hires RLM PR - Posted September 11, 2009
Five weeks ago, Peter Shankman's connect journalists with sources service, HARO, announced they had hired Propheta Communications for PR support. On Wednesday, PRNewser ... [PRNewser]

Bad Pitchers Teach Crappy PR School - Posted July 24, 2009
Kevin Dugan and Richard Laermer, the PR execs behind the Bad Pitch Blog are going beyond writing about the bad, and getting in to teaching the good by way of a webinar next Wednesday. The ... [PRNewser]

Wired Editor Chris Anderson Apologizes for Plagiarism, (Some) PR People Try To Hide Delight - Posted June 26, 2009
Wired magazine Editor Chris Anderson - known in PR circles not only for his role at the magazine - but also for his infamous PR "blacklist," ... [PRNewser]

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