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Maps To The Stars Official International Trailer #1 (2014) - Julianne Moore Movie HD

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Bow down: Beyonce owns the MTV Video Music Awards - Noise

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Bow down: Beyonce was the reigning queen of Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards. The diva closed the awards show with an epic nearly 20-minute performance.
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Toronto Video: Josh Charles Remembers ‘Dead Poets’ Co-Star Robin Williams | Online Watch Movies

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#Movies #Celebrity Toronto Video: Josh Charles Remembers ‘Dead Poets’ Co-Star Robin Williams http://t.co/M4Eh3lUXvQ
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PR Giant Edelman Apologizes for Calling Robin Williams' Death an 'Opportunity'

PR Giant Edelman Apologizes for Calling Robin Williams' Death an 'Opportunity' | Stars | Scoop.it

Edelman is usually tapped with helping brands avoid or disentangle themselves from public backlash, but the global PR firm instead found itself in the hot seat this week.

 

At issue was a blog post from media relations strategy evp Lisa Kovitz, who said the suicide of comedian Robin Williams created a PR opportunity for groups advocating for better treatment of mental illness. 

 

"As we mourn the loss of Robin Williams to depression, we must recognize it as an opportunity to engage in a national conversation," she wrote. "His death yesterday created a carpe diem moment for mental health professionals and those people who have suffered with depression and want to make a point about the condition and the system that treats it."

 

While she certainly has a point about such a high-profile tragedy bringing mental health and depression into the spotlight, quite a few readers found the post to be in poor taste....


Via Jeff Domansky
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 14, 2014 5:56 PM

How a careless comment can create bad PR, even for one of the world's biggest PR firms. Not very sensitive.