At March, we often talk to our clients about the long-term value of rapid response, and how to use the tactic as a campaign pillar that extends beyond a quick coverage hit. The following are a few reasons that PR teams should consider rapid response as part of their strategy.
We’re still coming down from the thrill of the Publicity Club of New England’s Bell Ringer Awards ceremony earlier this week, where March Communications was recognized in eight categories, bringing home a mix of Silver, Bronze and Merit awards.
After back-to-back wins over the past two years, March Communications has once again been shortlisted as a finalist in eight categories at this year’s 50th Publicity Club of New England Bell Ringer Awards.
In this episode of Hacks and Flacks, we speak to Marshall Hook, assignment editor at WHDH-TV Channel 7 in Boston, to learn the best ways PR professionals can pitch local broadcast media.
A new Microsoft program will award $25 million over five years to researchers, nonprofits, and developers who use artificial intelligence to help people with disabilities.
With the GDPR deadline a little over two weeks away, marketers must not only ensure that all of their systems used internally to capture and handle customer and lead data are compliant, they also need to worry about third-party providers.
It’s Blockchain Week here in Boston, and we’re taking some time to think about how this technology might affect the communications industry.
Now that we’re a month away from GDPR becoming a reality, communications teams should revisit the topic and consider how best to share their story of compliance.