Weber Hits the Road for WSU’s Murrow Symposium

Get ready Cougs, because Weber Shandwick Seattle is coming to Pullman. Every Spring, Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication hosts the annual Murrow Symposium to help guide near-graduates on their career paths. Students studying PR, Advertising, Journalism, Broadcast and Organizational Communication will clear their busy schedules to attend workshops, polish their resumes […]

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Two Minutes with…Amy Gallagher

“Two Minutes With” is Weber Shandwick Seattle’s employee spotlight series that provides professional and personal insight into our rock star team. Enjoy! You are a true Weber Shandwick Seattle veteran. How long have you been with the agency? This will be my 13th year. That’s a long time! What has kept you around all these […]

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YouTube Create – Another Giant Leap for Simple Content Creation

I frequently reference  Google Search Stories as a good example of a brand smartly using a storytelling platform to enable your target audience to enhance a message or engage with a product. We’re continuing to see the social Web push even further to find innovative ways to simplify content creation for mainstream audiences. Last week, […]

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Twitter Lists – More Than An Organizational Tool

Recently, a colleague posted the following tweet: I couldn’t agree more. Quite frankly, I think Twitter lists are one of the most underutilized aspects of Twitter. All too often, I see and hear of Twitter users that simply don’t use lists or rarely check their own listings to see how others are categorizing them. In […]

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Turn off the lights for Earth Hour

On behalf of Weber Shandwick’s Seattle’s Green and Cleantech Teams, we’re calling on you to turn off the lights at 8:30 p.m. this Saturday, March 26th in support of the WWF’s Earth Hour. Launched in 2007 as a grassroots effort in Sydney, Australia, Earth Hour is a global sustainability movement that has encouraged more than 50 million […]

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One Serious St. Pats Celebration

At Weber Shandwick Seattle we take our craft, and our draft, very seriously. I only need point to our St. Patrick’s Day office party to make my case. It was like the dot.com heyday all over again – microbrews mixed with fun activities mixed with free (green) food mixed with real-time working, and all of […]

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A Supermodel's Lesson About the Power of Communication

“This is not an issue about statistics, but about women,” explained supermodel Christy Turlington Burns after noting that more than 500,000 women die every year from giving birth – making it one of the leading causes of mortality and a pressing global health issue. I had the privilege of attending the Seattle screening of Burns’ new documentary […]

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Seattle Nonprofit Spotlight – Rain City Rock Camp for Girls

I moved to Seattle six months ago knowing very little about the city.  What little I did know was Seattle’s music legacy – from Jimi Hendrix to the 90’s grunge scene of Kurt Cobain, Eddie Vedder and friends. When I learned about Rain City Rock Camp for Girls, I couldn’t help but fall in love […]

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1st Take with Ben Reed: A Global Tech Perspective

In this edition of 1st Take, Ben Reed, Senior Vice President in the Weber Shandwick Singapore office, shares his global views on technology, how accessing and sharing information online differs in the United States vs. Asia and the impact technology has on lives around the world. Image courtesy of ToastyKen.

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