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Does The Media Like Your Organization?

by admin on January 17, 2017

Subtitles: Your job is to expose the media to your organization and its leadership, mission, and employees. We have no choice; we must come to come to terms with reporters. Convincing media representatives that your organization is ethical, humane, hardworking and that you operate in the public’s best interest are vital ingredients to obtain fair […]

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Subtitles Have federal communicators and the media lost the confidence of the American people? We need to respect and serve the people we are communicating with. If we don’t, the backlash is considerable. Author Leonard A. Sipes, Jr. Thirty-five years of supervising award-winning media relations, over fifty national and regional awards. Article There are two […]

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Subtitles: The federal government spends $1 billion annually on public affairs work, and allocates $500 million for salaries. Is federal spending on public affairs too much? Author Leonard A. Sipes, Jr. Thirty-five years of award-winning media relations, over fifty national and regional awards. Graduate, post-master’s Certificate of Advanced Study, Johns Hopkins University. Please share, but all […]

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Subtitles Are we creating misleading news reports? Are organizations unwittingly killing influence and trust with the media? Author Leonard A. Sipes, Jr. Thirty-five years of award-winning media relations, over fifty national and regional awards. Please share, but all rights reserved. Article Organizations hate the media and I just finished a series on the topic at […]

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Your Organization Hates Reporters # 3-Why I wrote “Success With the Media” (Blame it on Anything But Us-Third of a series of articles on organizations and the media) Please share, but all rights reserved Article After thirty-five years of talking to reporters while representing national and state governments, and after a lifetime of conversing with […]

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My original title: “Teamwork, Podcasting and Content Creation for Customer Service.” I’m not sure if this sounds like something from, “The Bureaucrats Guide to Jargonistic Government,” but creating content within the bowels of any bureaucracy is a topic of real concern. Better title, “If You Edit my Copy One More Time, I Will Set Your […]

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Article first appeared in the Republican Newspaper in June of 2016. The title of the book is, “Success With The Media.” But it’s the book’s subtitle that interests most people, “Everything You Need To Survive Reporters And Your Organization.” It’s the author’s contention that internal politics are more challenging than dealing with the media. It […]

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Podcasting Growth and Best Practices

by admin on May 27, 2016

By Leonard A. Sipes. Jr. This article originally appeared in Digital Gov, a publication of the General Services Administration of the US federal government. Podcasting is growing significantly. Per Pew, the percentage of Americans who have listened to a podcast in the past month has almost doubled since 2008, from 9% to 17% by January […]

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Sipes: ‘Preston County is uniquely suited for growth,’ Terra Alta resident promoting county through his award-winning work Leonard Sipes Jr. Leonard Sipes Jr. is using his expertise in promotions and marketing to get the word out about Preston County. by Nicole Lemal-Stefanovich CORRESPONDENT Posted on Feb 16, 2016 TERRA ALTA — At the age of […]

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Leonard A. Sipes, Jr. LLC Washington, D.C., Cape Canaveral, FL Thirty-Five Years of Award-Winning Media Relations Excellence www.leonardsipes.com , www.mylifeaudio.com, www.crimeinamerica.net   leonardsipes@gmail.com Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.  is an award-winning media affairs and social media manager with 35 years of national and state government experience. He can be contacted via leonardsipes@gmail.com and toll-free through at 410-575-3127. […]

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