July 10, 2012

SCOTUS And What It Means When The Media Get It Wrong

by: in: communications, Crenshaw Communications, imPRessions, social media

Media mistakes happen all the time. Publicists joke about mangled names and massacred quotes, and even The New York Times – especially The New York Times – is regularly skewered over its errors and omissions. But occasionally media get it wrong in a big way, – an unforgivable, historically indelible, “Dewey Beats Truman” way. That’s…
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June 17, 2009

The Social Media Revolution That Wasn’t

by: in: communications, Crenshaw Communications, social media, technology

In the wake of controversial election results in Iran, there’s been much discussion about the role of social media in communicating popular sentiment among the rank and file there. Mashable reports “mindblowing” statistics on Twitter, claiming evidence that social media has been at the nexus of the Iranian unrest. But, does Tiananmen Square + Twitter…
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