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The Boston Globe’s Jon Chesto on the Power Beat, Fake News and Journalism’s Future

As part of our ongoing series of interviews with journalists, I recently checked in with my friend and Boston Globe reporter, Jon Chesto. These days Chesto covers power players in Boston’s business community, a wide-ranging beat that takes him from writing about City Hall to the South Boston waterfront, and everything in between. Before joining the Globe in the fall of 2014, he was the...

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3 Takeaways from RSA Conference 2017

By now, we’re on the road to recovery from the exhaustion that comes with RSA Conference week. It’s time to recap. 

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New Changes to Facebook Video on Mobile

Last week, Facebook announced changes to its mobile app focused on video, further showing how much they want to be THE online destination where people and brands host and promote the videos they create. 

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Consumer Tech Reporter Jennifer Jolly On No Bullsh*t Pitches And All Things Techish: A Q&A

Continuing our series of conversations with journalists, I recently spoke with Jennifer Jolly, the Emmy Award-winning consumer tech journalist who contributes to The New York Times, USA Today and makes regular appearances on the Today Show, CNN, and The Dr. Oz Show - to name just a few. If, like me, you’re a PR professional with a focus on consumer tech, then you’ve probably stalked...

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Home Stretch to HIMSS17! Show Tips for Success

With HIMSS17 less than a week away, show attendees are putting the final touches on their schedules. Both clients and our own Brittany Boyer are getting ready to board a plane to Orlando to live and breath interoperability, patient engagement, cybersecurity and other healthcare trends for a jam-packed four days. Our healthcare practice at InkHouse has been non-stop in preparation - speaking...

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Q&A With Elizabeth Hopkins of Fox 25 Boston

Continuing our series of conversations with journalists, I recently spoke with Fox 25's Elizabeth Hopkins for a Q&A on what it's like to be in broadcast, what her favorite story of the past year was and what makes for a great TV story. 

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You Have One Life...

I recently shared a story about my life's philosophy - you have one life - with my InkHouse colleagues during our ongoing Golden Carrot talk series, which challenges us to reveal our personal stories.
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A Conversation with Dylan Martin of BostInno

“We’re basically a TechCrunch for Boston tech news”

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January’s Three Big Media Changes and What to Make of Them

It’s no question that the media landscape is constantly changing. And lately it’s been evolving increasingly fast. We can blame it on the heated political climate, #fakenews, Mercury in (what seems to be a constant state of) retrograde or a myriad of other things.

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Webinar: How to Navigate PR in This Shifting Communications Landscape

We’re only a month into the new year and a lot has has changed for our industry — indeed, just since Inauguration Day. The media, business and geopolitical landscape is shifting under our feet so quickly that we at InkHouse wanted to share our point of view on what is happening and how it could impact any communications strategy right now.

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HIMSS17: ‘Xtelligent’ Insights from HealthITAnalytics’ Jennifer Bresnick

February is here, which means we are only a few weeks away from this year’s HIMSS conference.

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What the New York Times 2020 Report Means for Journalism and PR

This will be a year of uncertainty. If the last 13 days alone haven’t made people question, well everything, almost every industry is dealing with a time of change.

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Homelessness in San Francisco: An Eye-Opening Day of Service at St.Anthony’s

Taking our ”We are Kind” value to the St. Anthony’s community, Inkhouse West served warm meals and friendly faces to the homeless during the past two Friday’s. Located at the heart of the Tenderloin, St Anthony’s was established in 1950 and coined ‘the hand beneath the safety net.’ This shelter was an eye-opening and humbling experience for us all -- shedding light on the urgent needs of the...

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