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BUSINESS/FINANCE MEDIA DATABASE

May 6th, 1996 by

MediaMap , Cambridge, Mass., a provider of media relations databases and software, announced a new database covering the business and financial media. The database covers more than 1,500 editors and reporters at newspapers, magazines and… Continued

PROMOTIONS/NEW HIRES

May 6th, 1996 by

The Weber Group , Cambridge, Mass., hired James Finlaw as senior vice president. He was a director at Cunningham Communications, Cambridge. Lisa Lindgren was appointed director of the San Diego HyperMedia Center, a unit of… Continued

DIGITAL RADIO SERVICES

May 6th, 1996 by

News/Broadcast Network (N/BN) , a video and radio producer and distributor serving the public relations market, announced two new digital radio services. A premium service, the Audio B-Roll Package, includes a 30-second voice track plus… Continued

NEW AGENCY LEADERS

May 6th, 1996 by

H&K’s Berard to Fleishman John Berard, executive managing director and head of the advanced technology unit at Hill and Knowlton’s New York office, is joining Fleishman-Hillard as general manager of the firm’s San Francisco office.… Continued

PRSA PRESIDENT RETIRES

May 6th, 1996 by

Luis Morales, president of the Public Relations Society of America, has retired as director of marketing and communication at Robert Morris Associates, a banking industry trade group in Philadelphia. Morales will continue to serve out… Continued

NAME CHANGES

May 6th, 1996 by

Politis & Associates Inc. , Sandy, Utah, changed its name to Politis Communications . According to agency founder David Politis, the change reflects the firm’s expansion of services beyond public relations to direct mail, trade… Continued

NEGATIVE POLITICAL ADS TARGETED

May 6th, 1996 by

The American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As) and the American Advertising Federation announced an effort to focus public attention on negative political advertising. As part of a “Political Advertising Repair” initiative, the groups have asked… Continued