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Crenshaw Communications • February 2, 2009

I Want My DTV…Now!

But, it’s not happening. As everyone who follows the digital TV transition drama knows, the postponement is back on.  The House had overturned the Senate bill that would postpone the switch until June, but in yet another twist, the delay is expected to stand after a second House vote later this week.  Read more here. […]

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Crenshaw Communications • January 30, 2009

The “Massification” of the President

Never in history has the person occupying the Oval Office been so marketed, merchandised, packaged, promoted, and, well, exploited.  His theme of “change” was reduced to a cliche when adopted by so many marketers, and there’s been a bit of a media backlash against a slew of dubious Obama products.  (Even NBC’s “Today” Show devoted […]

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Crenshaw Communications • January 26, 2009

Bullish on the Ox?

Today is the start of the lunar Year of the Ox.  In Asian astrology, the ox symbolizes calm, hard work, resolve, and tenacity, which seem like reassuring symbols.  Chinese astrologists, however, are predicting a tough year.  In fact, according to an Associated Press report prominent Asian soothsayers say newly elected US President Barack Obama will […]

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Crenshaw Communications • January 21, 2009

Twitter and the Memphis Blues

First the Motrin Moms bring down an ad campaign, now an entire city’s a-Twitter over an ill-advised post!  The flap over the Ketchum executive who  used Twitter to insult Memphis, corporate headquarters of FedEx , which happens to be one of Ketchum’s larger clients (while on the way to deliver a presentation  to FedEx execs about […]

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Crenshaw Communications • January 16, 2009

Working Women Hit A Milestone

In my New York Women in Communications discussion group, there’s been lots of talk about how and whether an economic downturn disproportionately affects women and minorities…particularly those of us in editorial, marketing or corporate communications, or advertising.  Though communications had undoubtedly been hit, there may be some good news for working women. It seems women […]

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