Monthly Archives: January 2012

SOPA: Stop Online Piracy Act or Shortage Of Proficient Advocates?

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) have been items of hot debate in the tech world this month. According to Christina DesMarais of PC World,  this may “possibly be the most contentious uproar seen on Capitol Hill and in the tech world ever.” Originally, the bills provided a primary […]

The Super Bowl Goes For A Hashtag Hail-Mary

Over the next two weeks, three teams will be gearing up for Super Bowl XLVI. You read correctly, three teams. Not only will the New York Giants and New England Patriots be battling it out at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium, another team will take to a different field – the social media field. This past […]

M/P Welcomes Open Networking Foundation, Open Networking Summit, New Worldcom Partners

We’ve been busy in the first 20 days of 2012 at McGrath/Power Public Relations! We are proud to welcome the future of networking to our client base.  We have won two new clients critical to the next generation of this industry – the Open Networking Foundation and the Open Networking Summit. The Open Networking Foundation […]

Think CES Works For Your PR Program? Why?

I’ll bet you one of my children that numerous exhibitors at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show are standing in their booths today asking “why?” “Why am I here?” “Why did we think this show would be a good vehicle to announce news?” “Why are we not getting any attention?” “Why should I do this again? […]