PKPR once again managed publicity for the annual Writers Guild Awards in New York City. More than 40 media outlets lined the red carpet to photograph and interview nominees, presenters, and honorees like Tina Fey, Seth Meyers, John Waters, Danielle Brooks, and David Harbour.
Coverage highlights included The New York Times, People, Vanity Fair, TV Guide, Variety, NYMag’s Vulture, Bustle, New York Daily News, The A.V. Club, The Mary Sue, Out, International Business Times, and Backstage.
PKPR organized a Happy Hour and Press Preview night to give New York City-based journalists a chance to experience the testing lab for the ESC Game Theater. Along with pizza and beer, 30 journalists and play testers played games like Robot Basketball and Pixel Prison Blues on ESC’s massive screen.
For its annual Most Innovative Companies issue, Fast Company caught up with Moleskine CEO Arrigo Berni to discuss the company’s recent expansions, including the launch of the first Moleskine Cafe and its hugely successful Smart Writing Set.
The Players celebrated famed portrait artist Raymond Kinstler at one of its legendary Pipe Nights last week. With guests like Tony Bennett and Tom Wolfe it was an “only in New York” night we won’t soon forget. Check out the fantastic photos from the night in The New York Times Scene City and great write-ups in New York Post Page Six, The Observer’s Best Parties of the Week, artnet, and Art Nerd New York.
Richard Attias, a Moroccan native who has spearheaded nation branding initiatives for African countries including Morocco, Egypt, and Congo, talked with Quartz about which African economies he forecasts will thrive in 2017.