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Roll Call: Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, DC Comics, and Yahoo!

Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., has named Silvia Taylor senior vice president of investor relations, public relations, and corporate communications. Ms. Taylor will report to Cary Claiborne, CFO of the company, and will lead the company’s investor relations, public relations, media relations and internal communications efforts in order to establish the corporate brand and to enhance its presence among the investment audience and other stakeholder groups and within the different communities in which the company operates around the globe. (Release)

Alex Segura has returned to DC Comics to serve as the executive director of publicity. For nearly two years, he had worked at Archie Comics as the executive director of publicity and marketing. In that role, he launched the company’s first daily news blog, The Source, and also worked on national campaigns for beloved comic book figures such as SupermanBatman, and Wonder Woman. (GalleyCat)

Kathy Savitt, the founder and CEO of the photo sharing site Lockerz, is joining Yahoo! as chief marketing officer. Savitt started Lockerz in 2009. Prior to that she was executive vice president and chief marketing officer of American Eagle Outfitters for three years. (FishbowlNY)

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‘Wonder Woman’ Needs PR to Save the Day

Adrianne Palicki as the new Wonder Woman

People are worried. Can the new Wonder Woman live up to the old Wonder Woman, which rocked the house oh so much?

David E. Kelley is not putting anyone at ease with his New York magazine interview, where he admits that “it’s not a genre that’s in my wheelhouse.” Awesome isn’t “in your wheelhouse?”

Spinoff Online offers a few suggestions for how the show can “fix its PR problem.” And, after the jump, Lynda Carter in action.

Update after the jump.

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