PR Blog: Will Samsung Burn Out?

Photo taken by Blake Brust Written by Blake Brust Situation: The exploding phones from Samsung may never be forgotten. Unfortunately it wasn’t just their phones that caught fire. Samsung, a huge South Korean company, in a survey of tens of thousands found itself ranked 47th  in the top corporate reputation. It had just placed 7th the year before and 3rd in 2015. Reputation is a … Continue reading PR Blog: Will Samsung Burn Out?

PR Blog: Technology Never Seemed So Delicious

Written by Blake Brust I’ve talked about food, tires, cars, video etc. This week I wanted to look at Albertsons and why they are such a successful company with their clients. Albertsons Companies Inc. is an American grocery company founded in Boise, Idaho. Many grocery stores are now moving digital which Albertsons has accepted full heartedly. From the app to Facebook, Albertsons is doing a … Continue reading PR Blog: Technology Never Seemed So Delicious

PR Blog: What the bleep?

Situation: Video is a sticky business to get into, especially when dealing with copyright infringement. Streaming videos online for a dollar is an impossible price to beat and may be an impossible feat. VidAngel, online movie streaming/filtering service has been making its best punches to stay afloat. The company worked for years climbing the ranks to be able to give its viewers the capabilities to … Continue reading PR Blog: What the bleep?

PR Blog: Campaign aflame, whose to blame?

Jared Fogle, the Subway mascot or spokesperson for the “subway diet” since 1999 had legal issues last year as he was caught by the FBI for watching child porn. He went to court and Subway came right out and said that they had cut ties with the man and no longer wanted to comment further. The situation seemed devastating at first as many began to … Continue reading PR Blog: Campaign aflame, whose to blame?