Comment #25

Will Hollywood Be the Next Industry Consumed by The Internet?, Manny Otiko

Manny, I can’t say that I would ever expect to not pay for video content. Being in college and in the middle of the social media boom, I would expect an active user like myself to have a firm opinion on this matter and I do. There are some things I would pay for and some things I wouldn’t. I think that ideally the future will move towards a larger source with one charge such as Netflix. Giving users the ability to choose from a variety and not pay every time is certainly the craze.

http://prbreakfastclub.com/2011/04/18/hollywood-internet/

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Comment #24

Born This Way, Kayla Cancelmo

Kayla, first of Lady Gaga is insane. Second, I don’t think she cares what kind of publicity she gets as long as her name is out there. She knows she is always going to have fans and lose fans; it’s just the nature of her entertainment. If I had a dollar for every time Lady Gaga sparked controversy I could pay off my loans easy!

http://kaylacancelmo.wordpress.com/category/pr-connections/

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Comment #23

Users in Disguise: Fake Twitter Accounts, Megan Getter

Megan, I see your point about the upsides of such a mascot, but I gotta tell you—I just find it creepy. The fact that someone takes their time to live the fake life of a snake is discomforting. If the city of New York adopted this mascot as their own, with the creator, I would be puzzled. I understand the adoption of the concept but I have to think the creator is not all there.

http://megangetter.wordpress.com/2011/04/18/fake-twitter-accounts/

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Comment #22

Not Drinks For You, Allie Dunne

Allie, isn’t it insane that something like this actually happens? I understand you need juice at a bar but how can someone screw that up? I know that normally juice isn’t labeled at a bar because the bartenders know it, but maybe it’s time they make labels mandatory. Something like this is just unacceptable and if it can happen something needs to be done to fix it.

http://allie3dunne.wordpress.com/2011/04/11/not-drinks-for-you/

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Comment #21

Paul McCartney: Dead? No. PR Genius? Yes., Lexi Garnder

Lexi, this is a really cool topic. Conspiracy theories are fun, especially when they are well thought out. I like the theory behind McCartney being dead; however, I still don’t buy it. It doesn’t matter how much sense a theory might make, unless the majority of people are in support of it I don’t take it for much.

http://alexalinngardner.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/paul-mccartney-dead-no-pr-genius-yes/

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Comment #20

5 Ways Great PR Teams Are Like Your Favorite Bands, Becky Johns

Becky, what a great analogy! That makes perfect sense that a PR team can relate to a band. Any sort of group needs a supporting cast and they need to have their own talents. One person can’t do it all but a great group can!  Keeping in sync and listening to one another is the foundation of a great group.

http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/7995.aspx

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Comment #19

Videos Go Viral, Courtney Sturgill

Courtney, I agree that most of these videos are funny. I guess humor really is the best way to grab attention! I also like how you brought up that most of the videos are real life occurrences. I couldn’t agree more with that assessment. Natural is better than scripted and its always much funnier.

http://courtneysturgill15.wordpress.com/2011/04/15/videos-go-viral/#comment-46

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