For Immediate Laughter

January 31, 2014

I am a big NFL fan, but I admit I knew little about Richard Sherman until last week’s live rant after his team, the Seattle Seahawks, beat the San Francisco 49ers to advance to the Super Bowl. Now, we’re all going to know a lot more about him over the next, say, 20 to 30 […]

The most under-reported story so far in 2014 is the one that could throttle our country’s greatest innovation engine and deaden future opportunities for American consumers, entrepreneurs, workers, and those of us in the communications business. When a federal appeals court recently overturned our long-standing assumption of the Internet as a fair and open place […]

Christie to resign?

January 13, 2014

He will if it comes to light that he ordered, knew of, or participated in Bridgegate, the closing of the George Washington Bridge’s traffic lanes in order to stick it to Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich. How could he have not known? Given Christie’s professed closeness to his staff and Bridget Anne Kelly — Christie’s former […]

As the party starts winding down, we thought it would be fun to look back on the past few days and share the best promotions and products our team got to see during the four-day orgy of all things digital, dazzling, and downright dumb: Greg Matusky Favorite promotion: I am a sucker for anything from […]

WORK THE ROOM: Using the show’s daily can help you stay on top of where your targets will be and when. This post was written by Mike Lizun, Senior Vice President The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the country’s largest trade show, boasting 3,200 exhibitors and 150,000 attendees. Needless to say, it’s easy to […]

Of all the news flowing from CES this week, the biggest story to date is the onstage meltdown of movie director Michael Bay during a Samsung press conference introducing its new line of gorgeous, curved TVs. Bay got lost in the teleprompter, flubbed his lines, and then slunk from the stage to smirks from the […]

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) doesn’t begin until tomorrow, but early press events are already hinting at themes that will dominate the annual confab of computer geeks, technology insiders, and gizmo lovers of all shapes and sizes. We arrived in Las Vegas after a hellish day of travel that transformed a five-hour flight into a […]

It’s an annual thing over here at Gregory FCA to pull the combined wisdom of our 50 PR professionals to peer into the future and determine what factors will drive the industry in the New Year. And so, here, as we have done for the past five years, are our educated best guesses of what […]