As Partner and Global Director, Nicholas Scibetta, oversees cross-border communications programs, provides senior strategic and global media planning counsel and placement for clients across the network. He is also a member of Ketchum’s Global Digital and Media Network’s executive leadership team, working with a global network of over 600 digital, social and media experts. Football (read: #Soccer) fanatic and die-hard Manchester United fan. Follow him on Twitter @nscibetta.
From decades of being described as a continent riddled with conflict, Africa is now taking a key place in the world with its leading economies outpacing much of the rest of the world in economic growth. The World Bank notes that Africa’s growth is set to reach 5.2 percent in 2014, with strong investment growth and […]
The shaping of today’s media landscape by social media first led to “content is king,” as everyone rushed to get information online, and then “consumer is king,” as everyday people gained a larger voice in mass media. And now the shaping has reached a new phase. In a video interview I recently recorded for Ketchum’s online […]
Today’s rapidly evolving social media formats and new media technologies are creating as many new ways for PR pros to connect with the media as they are creating new ways of communicating for people. Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and Google+ are among just a few of the always-on media that enable media relations specialists and corporate […]
Nate Silver, political statistician and creator of PECOTA, the popular system for forecasting the performance and career development of Major League Baseball players, recently did an analysis of the most influential media organizations. Silver simply looked at how frequently a publication’s name appeared in Google News or Google Blogs followed by the word “reported” to […]
The 2010 FIFA World Cup is so close you can almost feel the excitement, passion, and drama that will come when the best in the world showcase football, or soccer for the sake of this post, at its finest! If you’re like me you’ve been living, eating, breathing, tweeting and posting anything World Cup related. […]
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