My Digital Press Agent
clients are from various industries across the globe.
describes himself as a "card-carrying Broadway press agent
," and his motto is "get results or get fired.
Subcomandante Marcos, the Zapatista press agent
and military strategist, insists: "worse than being dead is being part of the living dead.
raised the roof on Broadway in 65-year career; repped 100 productions
I realised it had happened for The Rascals last week when their press agent
rang to ask if I'd like to request interview time with them.
The solution he came up with was in many ways ingenious, and his wife and family and press agent
at home were cheered by the radio reports he sent back of his record-breaking progress.
The report, by a former FBI agent whose name is deleted, is dated October 19, 1964, and also names Monroe's psychiatrist Ralph Greenson, her housekeeper Eunice Murray and press agent
Overhearing that Garland will be riding the Twentieth Century Limited from Chicago to New York, Jaffee maneuvers himself and his two henchmen - a press agent
and a business agent - on board for the trip.
And even then, 65 years ago, he had a knowledgeable take on the PR business, "New York, where even the simplest projects must be carried out with as much indirection, hocus-pocus and skullduggery as human ingenuity can devise, is the natural home of the press agent
Gerry Agar, who quit as Paula's press agent
last September, fears for her life after a series of terrifying incidents, including one phone call in which she was told: "You're dead.
To Joffrey and press agent
Isadora Bennett, image was the exciting clay, the positive material, the real thing.
In his 48 years as a press agent
, 25 of them as president of ATPAM, the union of theatrical publicists, Debuskey has stood behind many a theatrical throne, advising and attending such royals as Cheryl Crawford, Mike Todd, Kermit Bloomgarden, Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin, Phil Rose, Joseph Papp, Bernard Gersten, Alexander H.