Posts: Jeremy Pelofsky

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Jeremy Pelofsky is vice president for media strategy in Ketchum’s Public and Corporate Affairs practice. He joined after 15 years of experience working as a wire service correspondent for Reuters News and Bloomberg News in Washington, DC. He has covered the gamut of issues and beats, including the White House, the U.S. Congress, regulatory agencies as well as corporate and financial matters, political campaigns and legal issues. Jeremy also played leadership roles during his tenure at Reuters, serving for four years as the deputy editor for the Washington team of correspondents that covered company-related issues and agencies as well as launching Reuters’ 2008 political blog: Tales from the Trail.

Chris Hughes Discusses New Approaches to Long-form Journalism

by Jeremy Pelofsky| June 6, 2013

Ketchum welcomed Chris Hughes, the new publisher and editor-in-chief of The New Republic, to our D.C. Media Team’s “Ketchum Conversations” series to discuss his venture to take the storied publication into a new era of journalism. The publication will celebrate its 100-year anniversary next year at a time when there are many questions about whether […]

Skirmishes Over Obama’s Cabinet Picks May Overshadow Policy Fights

by Jeremy Pelofsky| January 25, 2013

With the inaugural festivities winding down in Washington, D.C., attention will quickly shift to President Barack Obama’s nominations to fill his Cabinet – many of whom will have a significant impact on the direction of policy and therefore our country for the next four years. While some have attracted a bit of controversy, namely his […]

The Politics of Taxes…Over a Barrel, Heading for the Cliff

by Jeremy Pelofsky| November 2, 2012

With Election Day just a few days away, it is hard to believe that both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney do, in fact, agree on a handful of major policy issues despite the deluge of television advertisements and campaign speeches arguing to the contrary. The United States is facing serious economic decisions on […]