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Hey, NY: PR Isn’t Just Lobbying

Last week, in a 10-3 vote, an ethics advisory committee of the New York State Legislature passed a resolution that would require PR professionals who work with state officials to register – and therefore be categorized and listed accordingly – as lobbyists.  In addition, any/all communication that these PR professionals […]

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The Intern Chronicles – Part 2

The Intern Chronicles – Part 2

You might think back to your college orientation and remember an overly peppy experience of ice breakers, inspirational speakers and never-ending information. I can still hear my orientation leader insist, “Get involved with student groups. It’ll make your college experience so much better!” At the time, as […]

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Jason Sprenger to Moderate Panel at PRSA International Conference in Atlanta

Jason Sprenger to Moderate Panel at PRSA International Conference in Atlanta

PRSA has announced that Game Changer Communications president Jason Sprenger will moderate a panel session at the upcoming PRSA International Conference, to take place November 8-10 in Atlanta.  The panel will focus on “Creative PR: Delivering Your Story from Narrative and Design to Measurement,” and go on Sunday, […]

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Jason Sprenger Featured on Vlog Views

Jason Sprenger Featured on Vlog Views

An interview with Game Changer Communications President Jason Sprenger was posted today on Vlog Views (produced by D S Simon)! He talks about the approach to PR that Game Changer brings to its clients, and his experience building the firm into what it is today! You can see the full interview here: […]

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Why I Attended My First Counselors Academy Conference – and Why I’m Going Back

Why I Attended My First Counselors Academy Conference – and Why I’m Going Back

Several years ago, some professional friends and mentors of mine mentioned that PRSA had this group called Counselors Academy, and that I should look into becoming a member.  I filed that away, but I wasn’t in the right place in my career to take advantage of it.  […]

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