The Ever-Changing New Normal

Posted in on - January 30, 2023

It’s been an exciting time at DLPR as we take swift steps toward blending the new and old normal. DLPR’s Adam Dickter shares his thoughts.

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Take the Hybrid

Posted in on - June 16, 2021

DLPR’s president, Seth Linden, on the surprising lesson learned during the pandemic.

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Weekly News Roundup

Posted in , on - April 23, 2021

One of our main jobs here at DLPR is constantly monitoring all forms of media to understand what news and storylines are getting the most attention.

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2020 Is the Year Fintech Cemented Its Role in Society

Posted in on - October 29, 2020

In the rapidly changing world we live in, it’s safe to say that fintech apps have successfully scaled their way into everyday life.

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What PR Pros Need to Know Now

Posted in on - September 21, 2020

COVID has changed the PR Agency-Medi Dynamic.

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Musings from a Financial News Junkie

Posted in on - September 2, 2020

How CNBC is helping our CEO survive and thrive during Covid.

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PR – If Not Now, When?

Posted in on - May 26, 2020

Richard Dukas shares his insights on the importance of a strong PR campaign, especially in the current environment.

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Pandemic PR Tips: What You Need to Know to Get Interviewed on the Financial Networks

Posted in on - April 2, 2020

It has never been a more competitive landscape for market strategists to get valuable airtime on financial media, but that just makes what PR executives do that much more important.

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10 Silver Linings of the Coronavirus Crisis

Posted in on - March 19, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is definitely not to be taken lightly, but in the spirit of “if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry,” Gail Katz Dukas offers 10 silver linings of the current situation.

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Five Reasons People Keep Listing Things

Posted in on - January 15, 2020

Here are three reasons to continue reading this blog post: You’ve already clicked on it, so the topic must be interesting. The writing is mesmerizing! It has lists!

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Stuck in the Office for the Holidays? Here’s What You Can Do

Posted in on - December 30, 2019

Being in the office during big holiday weeks like Christmas and New Year’s, always seems like a drag. But, it’s actually a great time to get things done and do some strategic thinking.

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“On The DLPR” — A Podcast Dedicated to All Things Communication, Media and PR.

Posted in on - November 26, 2019

“On the DLPR” Podcast identifies the successes and breakdowns in today’s communication.

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Richard Dukas on the Boeing Tragedy

Posted in on - October 29, 2019

“From the beginning, this was a “PR 101” example of how NOT to handle a major crisis.”

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McKinsey’s Retail Launch and the Meaning of “Leading”

Posted in on - October 18, 2019

DLPR’s Sean Dougherty on how McKinsey & Company illustrates what it really means to be a “leading company.”

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Adding a “Social” Component Back into Media Relations

Posted in on - July 24, 2019

Reporters and PR pros need each other to do their jobs effectively; but it’s the quality and nature of those interactions that make all the difference.

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Why Tony Horwitz Was One of Journalism’s Greatest Storytellers

Posted in on - June 24, 2019

DLPR’s Tom Vogel shares his thoughts on an industry great, Tony Horwitz.

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When Did “Disruption” Become A Good Thing?

Posted in on - June 4, 2019

As financial PR professionals, we help our clients relate how their specialties, products and services are disruptive, in the best sense.

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This Just In…

Posted in on - May 22, 2019

R.I.P. the slow news day. Ask anyone in a TV or radio newsroom to recall the last quiet day and they’ll shrug, scratch their heads, and laugh.

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5 PR Tips from Observing Tech’s Most Influential Leaders

Posted in on - May 7, 2019

From data privacy regulation to “apology” tours, Big Tech CEOs are maneuvering through public relations crises at what seems to be an exponentially increasing rate. But, many of their responses are perceived as stunts or “window dressing” and have received negative coverage.

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The Beneficial Charms of a Transparent Personality

Posted in on - April 29, 2019

There is an invaluable and intangible benefit to allowing one’s personality to shine through the cavalcade of notions that “playing it safe” is the best approach for a public persona.

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Trust and Authenticity Matter in Asset Management

Posted in on - April 17, 2019

A recent survey of big institutional investors showed that “trust in the brand” ranked higher in importance than “performance” when it came to picking money managers.

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Posted in on - March 29, 2019

DLPR’s Ed Nebb explains why to be effective as a communication tool, proprietary content must not only express a point of view, but also have a “point of value.”

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PR’s Disappearing Act: The Art of Ghost Writing

Posted in on - February 20, 2019

Here are a few tips for writing on behalf of clients across industries and expertise.

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Seth Linden Offers Insights on Amazon’s NYC Decision

Posted in on - February 14, 2019

“Bad for New York…” Dukas Linden PR President SethLinden talks about the impact of Amazon’s decision to cancel its plans for a New York City headquarters on the latest episode of On The DLPR. Listen Here.

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How Music Set the Tempo for My Career in Financial PR

Posted in on - January 2, 2019

Good communications should be like great music—well composed, distinctive, compelling, melodic and persuasive.

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Hindsight is 20/20

Posted in on - December 20, 2018

Given the current environment, companies can’t afford to be caught unprepared, and having the right plan in place will allow businesses to nimbly navigate the challenges – both new and old – that 2019 will bring.

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Nine Things to Know Before Hiring a PR Agency

Posted in on - December 6, 2018

Getting the most from the client/agency relationship.

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Best New York Restaurants for Out-of-Office PR Meetings

Posted in on - November 29, 2018

Whether you’re seeking to impress a potential new prospect, looking to bond with a client, or just want to get away from the office with colleagues, it’s important to have a handful of restaurants in your back pocket.

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