‘Tag,’ ‘The Blitz’ and other adventures with phone calls
Here's my list of the top six most common phone situations based on my own experience.
What happened to your online shopping skills?
Save yourself a headache when it comes to picking your next marketing-communications partner.
Answering marketing questions you were afraid to ask
Does anyone really open e-blasts anymore? How often do we need to update our web site?
Press releases: What is newsworthy?
Three questions to determine whether or not your latest business endeavor is worth your time to write and distribute a news release.
Hollenstein joins LifeBridge Health
Deborah Hollenstein has joined LifeBridge Health as vice president, strategic marketing and communications.
TCS picked for defense support contract
TeleCommunication Systems Inc., of Annapolis, a provider of secure mobile communication technology, announced its selection to supply Command, Control, Communications and Computer (C4) support services to the Department of Defense.
Three join ADG
Jon Barnes, Aaron Ward and Wes Etheredge have joined ADGICreative.
TCS added to Russell 2000 Index
TeleCommunication Systems Inc., of Annapolis, a provider of secure mobile communication technology, was added to the U.S. small-cap Russell 2000 Index after the equity markets closed on June 28, 2013.
Media Works tapped for Grand Prix ads
Media Works Ltd., of Baltimore, a full-service media communications agency, said it has been selected by organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore to be the agency of record for the event.
TCS’ earnings meet analysts’ prediction
TeleCommunication Systems Inc., of Annapolis, reported lower earnings in the first-quarter of 2013 as the volume of contracts slowed, but managed to match Wall Street’s expectation.
Media companies benefit from higher network fees
NEW YORK — Media companies benefited from higher fees for cable television networks such as TBS, Comedy Central and CNBC in the first three months of the year. Time Warner Inc., Viacom Inc. and Comcast Corp. all saw growth in their cable network businesses, thanks to distribution fees they charge cable and satellite TV service […]
Rural Malaysians get cellular service
Broadband satellite services provider Hughes Network Systems Inc., of Germantown, said it has signed a contract with Maju Nusa Sdn Bhd (Majunusa), a fast-growing satellite service provider in Malaysia, to supply an HX System 4.0 NOC (Network Operations Center) and 130 HX broadband satellite terminals, to deliver cellular backhaul services in rural areas without access […]