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A couple weeks ago at the Culturati Summit here in Austin, I attended a panel that grappled with policies addressing politics in the workplace. Not office politics, but rather questions about wearing political gear at the office, the appropriateness of expressing political opinions on personal social media accounts, debating with colleagues or holding a town hall to discuss an upcoming election.


Fred Topel has been an entertainment journalist since 1999 covering film and television. You may have seen his interviews and film reviews on websites like Crave Online, Slashfilm,, We Live Entertainment, Cinema Thread and more.


So, you have a film at South by Southwest (SXSW) and you want to make a splash. Of course, you want to capitalize on this moment in time and make the most of your film’s debut.


As we lay to rest another (albeit shocking) end to a football season, millions of fans will lament the Falcons (while making some sly observations), celebrate the Pats (congrats Tom!) and start the countdown to next season’s kickoff. They’ll also join the rest of the world for the Monday morning advertising recap: checking out the commercials their friends talked through, watching full versions of website-crashing ads and picking their favorites, even if it was only 10 seconds long.


We’re a month into 2017, and here are a few things we know:

  • Facebook and Instagram Live videos are shaking things up.

  • Brands are letting loose for marketing that is less polished but more genuine.

  • Politics: The social chatter will never end.


These days, CMOs have more to juggle than ever before. They devise overall company strategies, take products to market, liaise with the PR partner, play a part in investor relations, helm lead-generation and content marketing campaigns, pen thought leadership pieces, oversee social media strategy and internal communications, speak at conferences and trade shows and—on top of all that and more—fulfill the specific needs of the C-suite.

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We all have those public relations characters in TV and film who we love. (Or love to hate.) Here's Red Fan's quick guide to the dos and don’ts of famous PR personalities:

“Merry Christmas,” or “Season’s Greetings?” Here are a few business do’s and don’ts around the holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of year (if you’re like me, you almost sing that) and it’s time to thank clients, business partners, employees and even potential clients for a wonderful year and to show that you are thinking of them around the holidays. Holidays? Don’t we mean Christmas? Well, yes and no. It’s a slippery slope that needs to be carefully navigated—sad, but true.


It’s the most wonderful time of year! So, naturally, we thought we’d share our favorite holiday events in Texas in a lovely little photo blog to get you in the spirit of the season.


When you create a company, you might think you have a vision and dream of what that company can be, what it does and what it can provide. Just as importantly, you think you know how to communicate that vision to investors, customers and the media.


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