Let Us Now Pay for Famous Men

Let Us Now Pay for Famous Men

I enjoyed reading Brian Stelter’s piece over the weekend in which he catalogued the one-episode wonders of the modern television age. The shows ranged from Jackie Gleason’s “You’re in the Picture” to “Secret Talents of the Stars.” Their shared recipe for instant failure? No one watched them. So what are broadcasters to do in an […]

Divorce Dancing

Divorce Dancing

I was with a lawyer friend last night when the subject turned to litigation PR, a most robust and lucrative PR industry practice specialty. We both agreed that lawyers and PR people are frequently at odds over what, when, how and even if, trial information should flow into the public domain. We also debated the […]