CHICAGO: Doug Dome has acquired controlling interest in Dome Newark Wolf Communications. Prior to arriving at the agency, Dome had served as managing director of PR for the Impact Communications Group, a subsidiary of FCB Chicago. Terms of the deal, which is effective immediately, were not disclosed. The firm will hereafter be known as Dome Communications.
CHICAGO: Doug Dome has acquired controlling interest in Dome Newark
Wolf Communications. Prior to arriving at the agency, Dome had served as
managing director of PR for the Impact Communications Group, a
subsidiary of FCB Chicago. Terms of the deal, which is effective
immediately, were not disclosed. The firm will hereafter be known as
NEW YORK: Medialink has partnered with the Associated Press on NewsIQ, a
new service for corporate communicators. Under the agreement, the AP
will share its material with Medialink, which will then distribute
relevant information to subscribers.
DALLAS: Shelton Communications Group has promoted two-year firm veteran
Stacey Gaswirth to the post of VP of public relations. In her new role,
Gaswirth will be responsible for overseeing the agency’s PR division,
pitching for new business and hiring/managing AEs, account coordinators
and interns. Prior to joining Shelton in 1997, Gaswirth was an on-camera
reporter and anchor for several CBS affiliates.
ANN ARBOR, MI: Domino’s Pizza has named Tom McIntyre VP of
communications, a role in which he will lead the company’s global PR
efforts. His responsibilities will include internal communications,
government affairs and community relations.
NEW YORK: Soap opera fan site SoapCity.com has chosen Cataldi Public
Relations to provide publicity, promotions and marketing services. The
site, recently launched by Columbia TriStar Interactive, offers news,
chats and merchandise.
BOSTON: Brodeur’s global consumer technology practice has added Palm
Reach, a Stockholm-based developer of personalized technology for users
of mobile and wireless products, to its client roster. Brodeur will
develop consumer brand-building and industry trade programs for the
NEW YORK: The PR world lost two highly regarded pros on December 12. NYC
publicity legend Bernie Bennett, a press agent dubbed ’Mr. Publicity
Man’ by comedian Jackie Mason, succumbed to cancer at age 69. Former
Terpin Group EVP Rolland S. Going died at the age of 52.
SAN FRANCISCO: Ruder Finn has added two top execs to its San Francisco
outpost: Nancy Crowe, director of integrated consumer marketing, and
Roberta Silverstein, VP for business-to-business. Crowe previously
operated a special events and promotions firm, while Silverstein was a
VP and account manager in AlexanderOgilvy’s Menlo Park office.
NEW YORK: Linden Alschuler & Kaplan has added Timothy Ray as a VP. Ray
boasts over 10 years of PR experience, most recently as the director of
publicity for Macy’s East.
RESTON, VA: Techcellence, a web-based support service for IT
contractors, has selected Stanton Crenshaw Communications as its agency
of record. Developed by the Netplex Group, Techcellence will be launched
with an integrated campaign.