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New Year, New Blog

Posted by Levine Communications Office on January 18, 2010

Since there were so many changes this past year with social media, LCO decided to switch over to WordPress and create a better blog for everyone to enjoy. Below are some of our old entries from our previous site. Enjoy! 

 

  Wednesday, December 16, 2009

 
Staff Holiday Dinner Party!
 
LCO staff knows how much hard work it takes to run a business, but also knows how to have a great time. Here are some pictures from our annual staff holiday dinner party. 

                      

                                    

                                    

  

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Bon Appetit!

LCO prides itself in having one of the most distinguishable Public Relations Internships in the business. We as a team create a very welcoming environment for both our interns and our staff. As gratitude, our interns provided us in return with an amazing Potluck filled with delicious food! Here are some pictures of our glorious feast!

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

On Wednesday Michael Levine was a guest speaker at Loyola Marymount. in which he gave his world renown speech about careers, Public Relations and how to become successful. Here are some pictures…

  

 

 

Thursday, October 29, 2009

  

Thursday, October 15, 2009 

 

Thursday, June, 18th 2009

25 Nevers to Make Your Life Work Better By Michael Levine

Never:

1. Never…..give someone more than three chances.

2. Never…..trust a surgeon who constantly hums “The thigh bone’s

connected to the hip bone.”

3. Never…..wear granny underwear with tight pants.

4. Never…..fail to accept constructive criticism.

5. Never…..believe that people are basically good.

6. Never…..forget to be nice to nerds, chances are you’ll end up working for

one.

7. Never…..fail to return a phone call.

8. Never…..focus on regret.

9. Never…..assume a cell phone will work.

10. Never…..underestimate silence.

11. Never…..cut in front of a pregnant woman at a fast food restaurant.

12. Never…..love someone you don’t like.

13. Never…..tell someone they can’t succeed. They might believe you and

stop trying.

14. Never…..put “Exhibitionist” under “Additional Skills” on a job application.

15. Never…..fail to stand for something or else you’ll fall for anything.

16. Never…..give murderers a second chance.

17. Never…..stop learning.

18. Never…..let your kids fail to say “please” and “thank you”

19. Never…..smoke and jog.

20. Never…..forget that all men have Clinton’s instinct with women.

21. Never…..do your taxes in pen the first time.

22. Never…..forget that life is not divided into semesters; in real life you don’t

get summers off.

23. Never…..assume that others will be enamored of your pets, children, or

singing voice.

24. Never…..underestimate the government’s ability to screw things up.

25. Never…..misdirect your anger.

Sunday, March, 1st 2009

While traditional media were overwhelmingly focused on the economy last week, bloggers and social media were much less single-minded. The No. 1 subject was still politics, in particular critiques of Obama’s early performance in office, though it was a much smaller subject than in the mainstream media. But a good many bloggers and others were also focused on a policy change made and then withdrawn at Facebook, which demonstrated the power of social media.

The valiant act that earned airline pilot “Sully” Sullenberger his media attention was the exception to the norm. Most people on our top-10 ordinary newsmaker list have been either a perpetrator or victim of crime.
Despite a major plunge in coverage since 2007, the Iraq war is still the biggest overseas story in the U.S. media, accounting for about 13% of the space and time devoted to international news from Feb. 1, 2008-Feb. 1, 2009. But the second-biggest story may be bit of a surprise. Extensive coverage of the three-week war in Gaza was enough to transform the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into the No. 2 event, accounting for about 6% of international coverage in that span.

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