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Burson-Marsteller Poaches Fleishman Vet to Run Media Relations

Steve NaruFormer Burson-Marsteller staffer Steve Naru has rejoined the agency after an extended stint at FleishmanHillard.

Naru, whose official title will be Head of U.S. Media Relations and Managing Director, U.S. Corporate and Financial Practice, spent more than eight years with Fleishman as an SVP/partner and global head of media relations after serving in a similiar position at Reuters from 2003 to 2006.

While at Fleishman, he handled media outreach as well as intellectual property and product development issues for clients ranging from AT&T to Monsanto, Barnes & Noble, The New York Times Company, and Columbia Business School. In his new role, he will work with various clients to help refine their media strategies/executions worldwide while also handling the firm’s own practices in the United States.

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Who Will Be Fleishman-Hillard’s Next NY GM?

Fleishman-Hillard SVP, Partner and Director of Corporate Media Relations Steve Naru writes in:

With Nancy Seliger‘s promotion, there is a lot of buzz about the fact that one of the best agency jobs out there in our discipline – the NYC Fleishman-Hillard General Manager Job — is now open… A comprehensive internal and external search is being undertaken by the firm for the NY General Manager’s job.

FH appointed Seliger to the new position of executive vice president, global client relations this week. She has been with the agency since 1982. “We have a solid leadership team in place in New York…so we will have a smooth transition,” said FH president and CEO Dave Senay in a statement.