As Maroon PR turns 15, we reflect on how our agency has evolved over the years and how we continue to embrace the ever-changing media landscape. From its early days when print dominated, to the dawn of online news and the birth of social media flipping everything on its ear, the era of storytelling, communication and breaking news has changed dramatically.
As an agency, we’ve never shied away from sharing our opinions and have always stayed true to our values of honesty when advising clients. We believe in the work we do and the value we bring in helping our clients grow through public relations. Quite frankly, we hate it when people use the word “spin” to describe public relations.
What better way to provide more insight into our work and the public relations industry, then through our very own podcast!
Introducing, SPIN is a Four Letter Word.
Hosted by John Maroon, SPIN is a Four Letter Word will get right to the heart of the public relation and media-industry scene today with a no-fluff, cut-to-the-chase show that discusses issues impacting our world. We’ll be delving into important topics and talking to some of the top journalists, PR pros and news makers in the business today.
We hope you’ll follow along and participate with us by sharing comments and questions with us on social media – @MaroonPR on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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