Chach’s Sports Corner: Patriots Need to Invest More at the Wide Receiver Position

December 2013 - Regan Communications Group

HO-HO-HO! The Magic of Holiday PR

While companies are winding down and everyone is beginning to take time off, the holidays can be a great time to take advantage of the moment and secure media coverage for clients. The joy of giving, the excitement of those receiving and the contagious spirit of the holidays has everyone more receptive to any feel-good


Tis’ the PR Season!

We are in the full swing of the holidays now! The Christmas spirit fills the air and saturates your personal and professional life. Unfortunately, that spirit does not always have a fun, candy cane coating; there is work to be done! Every year I begin December with the highest of hopes that this season will


Top Tips for Shooting Your Holiday Videos

The proliferation of affordable film devices has made it easier than ever to shoot video, and here at Regan Original Video our arsenal of production equipment includes some of the same consumer cameras that are readily available to the public.  Small but powerful options like the GoPro line of cameras afford Regan an unprecedented level


Chach’s Sports Corner: Even Tough Guys Cry

What a pair of comebacks by the Bruins and the Patriots over the weekend, eh? Yet in both victories, other issues came into play beyond the comebacks themselves. Let’s begin over at the Garden. Saturday night’s 3-2, Bruins’ win was overshadowed in part by forward Shawn Thornton slew footing Pittsbrugh’s Brooks Orpik after trying to engage him



When I first told my parents I would be officially leaping from the world of journalism to the world of public relations, their immediate reaction was pride. But then my father asked a question I hadn’t considered: “How exactly does public relations work?” Dad’s been a salesman for 35-plus years, working within New York’s Garment


The challenges of pitching science and medical stories when you are neither a scientist nor a doctor (and don’t play one on TV)

Most PR practitioners come into the field as generalists, not specialists, with a background in the media and/or a communications or liberal arts degree.  This is particularly true in an agency with a diverse client roster like Regan Communications, where people may work on a range of clients in a variety of industries.  So what


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