For the second time in less than eight months, PKPR secured a half-page feature story on POBA in The New York Times.
Today’s article in The New York Times tells the remarkable story of how POBA is helping to archive and preserve over 1000 letters written between a New Jersey couple - Sandy and Hy Schulman - during World War II.
Read more about the letters in The Star Ledger and watch the interview with 92-year old Sandy Schulman above.
In public radio stations across the country every day, musicians like Chet Faker, Sylvan Esso, and Alt-J are delivering intimate, jaw-dropping, spine-tingling performances. Now, the best of these in-studio video gems, as well as no-holds-barred artist interviews and must-see live streamed concerts curated from the nation’s most influential public radio stations, can be found under one roof at VuHaus, a new video platform and mobile app for music fans seeking to experience and discover the best new artists and songs.
PKPR handled the launch of Vuhuaus, securing coverage in wide range of music including CMJ, International Business Times, Music Times, Adweek, AppAdvice, TechHive, Radio Ink, Current, Talking New Media, Indie Music, and RAIN News.
On the heels of the opening of new exhibits and experience design projects for The Edward M. Kennedy Institute and the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, ESI Design founder Ed Schlossberg is profiled in today’s The Wall Street Journal - “A Designer’s Creation: His Own Career.”
Arts Brookfield’s presentation of I’m Not the Stranger You Think I Am, a collection of six new five-minute plays commissioned for production in Theatre for One’s mobile 4-by-8-foot theater, was a major success, garnering national and local media coverage.
I’m Not the Stranger You Think I Am was reviewed in The New York Times by chief theatre critic Ben Brantley, who said it reminded him “that theater is nearly always about creating an intense intimacy, or the illusion of it.” It was also reviewed in The New Yorker, New York Theatre, and in an Associated Press feature, which was syndicated to several other national and international news outlets.
Internet Week New York 2015 closed out with a round table with Chelsea Clinton, who discussed the recently released findings of the No Ceilings Full Participation Report.
The groundbreaking report compiles and analyzes data from more than 190 countries to identify the progress women and girls have made over the last twenty years and the gaps that still remain.
“Billions of people connect to the Internet around the world. But according to the report, an estimated 200 million fewer women than men are online in developing countries, and 300 million fewer women own a mobile phone,” Jillian Eugenios wrote in a CNN Money story covering Clintons presentation at IWNY.