public relations

What We’re Reading: Instagram comes to the web and more

February 8, 2013

Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are all in the news this week. Instagram is now more web-friendly, Facebook is developing a new location-tracking app and Twitter made a big purchase. Let us know what caught your attention this week by tweeting us @accesspr. Instagram users can now view their photo feeds through any web browser. Instagram’s web [...]

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What We’re Reading: Techmeme does event listsings, Foodie launches and more

February 10, 2012

Too busy this week reading iPad 3 rumors? Don’t worry, we’ve recapped some of the most interesting stories for you. Techmeme is now doing event listings, with a catch. Your event must be newsworthy! Why Techmeme now lists events, and how to get your event listed (@gaberivera / Techmeme News) news.techmeme.com/120208/events techmeme.com/120208/p60#a12… — Techmeme (@Techmeme) [...]

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What We’re Reading: Facebook Timeline Coming Soon, The Validation Society and more

January 27, 2012

Whether you’re in rain, shine or snow, we’ve braved the social storms to bring you the news that has Twitter all abuzz this week. Like it or not (pun intended), all Facebook users will get Timeline in the ‘next few weeks’ Facebook: Everyone Gets Timeline In ‘Next Few Weeks’: allfacebook.com/facebook-every… #timeline #facebook — AllFacebook (@allfacebook) [...]

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Second Annual Access NYC Media Mixer [VIDEO]

September 23, 2010

On the heels of New York Fashion Week, Access Communications kept the Gotham night lights burning by hosting its second annual NYC Media Mixer to celebrate and strengthen relationships with our friends in the media industry. Gathering down the block from our offices at our favorite Union Square venue, the “Swingers”-style downstairs lounge of the Coffee Shop, we put down our iPhones and BlackBerries and engaged in some good old fashioned face-to-face conversation (gasp!) with colleagues from ABC News, Complex Magazine, Gizmodo, The Huffington Post, Maxim, NBC News, PC Magazine and PR Week, among others.

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What is the future of public relations?

September 1, 2010

Lee Rainie of the Pew Internet Project recently spoke at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications about how media and information sharing has changed over the past several years (and continues to change today). In short, more sources are generating more information that travels faster than ever before. Nothing new there. The one item [...]

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