Today finds a larger than normal amount of coverage in the news and media world about agencies in the Treasure Valley, and what they’re up to. For example:
In today’s Idaho Statesman:
A feature story was done on the Imagine campaign that Stoltz Marketing Group did for the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure. It highlights each of the survivors who are featured on the billboards, posters and other materials.
Rhea Allen, President of Peppershock Media, contributed an article to the Statesman’s Starting Up weekly series.
And, from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s website:
Drake Cooper is developing an online reality series for the Idaho Division of Tourism, and is on the lookout for a Seattle family to visit the state in mid-June.
2 Replies to “Media Coverage of Treasure Valley Agencies”
Not certain that “website” is the right vernacular to describe the Post-Intelligencer’s online presence anymore — question: when a newspaper ceases to print and only publishes online, does a website become something other than a website? Is it still a newspaper, just digital?
P.S. I think the Drake Cooper idea is a great one. Will be fun to watch its progress.
Yeah, I thought about that (the Seattle PI “website”) after the fact — in hindsight it probably was a little redundant.
I think, moving forward, I’ll just refer to a source without making a specific reference to what form it may take. In all reality, it doesn’t make that big of a difference whether it was originally online, in print, etc. As long as proper credit is given, there’s no reason to overly-complicate things.
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