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At HeraldPR, we take pride in the many opportunities we’ve provided to both our in-house experts and clients to generate brand awareness and drive media attention. From securing placements in industry trade magazines to national and international media outlets, please find a highlight real of both HeraldPR leaders and clients in the news.

HeraldPR Press

HeraldPR prides itself on its many in-house experts, from Crisis Communications to Social Media, and more, that continue to drive thought leadership in their respective industries and current happenings. 

The Washington Post

Say you’re a rich parent caught in the college bribery scandal. You need a lawyer, of course. And your kid just might need their own public-relations expert. That’s where Juda Engelmayer, a crisis communications manager, comes in...

Fox News

Jussie Smollett may no longer be facing 16 felony counts for allegedly filing false police reports, but that doesn't mean he's walking free in the court of public opinion...


An enduring friendship that began at Tulane University nearly fifteen years ago has led to a flourishing business collaboration. Matthew Berman is teaming up with his former college roommate, Warren H. Cohn, to create a full-service, digital marketing agency called Emerald Digital...


New York has many labels, from the city of dreamers to the city that never sleeps. It’s certainly a unique place, and living here comes with many challenges and rewards. But if you’re looking to start a business in the Big Apple, you'll likely find that the pros outweigh the cons...


Drinks manufacturing giant Diageo is giving “parental leave” the attention all working parents deserve. The employer of more than 4,500 people across the UK now allows parents to take 52 weeks of parental leave, regardless of gender or sexual orientation...


Brands and marketers continue to rely on the Facebook platform to reach their audiences, despite the fact that organic reach on Facebook isn’t what it once was. As Facebook aims to provide a top-notch experience for its users, the Facebook algorithm has undergone many changes, some of them drastic. One thing is clear: It takes more than a snazzy cover photo to attract likes and generate engagement...

Client Press

As an extension of each client’s team, HeraldPR takes pride in the many opportunities we’ve provided our clients to be thought experts and drive industry innovation through their personal anecdotes to drive business.

Business Insider

What used to be a prison is now a growing hub for film and TV productions and is owned by full-service, Brooklyn-based production company Broadway Stages, which bought the 67-acre property in 2017 for $7 million and a $20 million investment to be completed in five years, according to Broadway Stages spokespeople Warren Cohn and Samara Schaum...

Travel Weekly

The Turks Cay Resort & Marina is due to open on the western edge of Grace Bay off Smiths Reef in Providenciales in the fourth quarter of 2020. The 140-room resort is being developed by Arik Kislin, co-owner of the Gansevoort Hotel Group, which includes the Gansevoort Turks & Caicos on Grace Bay...


Wall Street executives are a prime example of those who suffer from such concerns. So what's the cure? Apparently, it is increasingly popular acupuncture sessions at Advanced Holistic Center. With multiple locations and providers across Manhattan, there's been a marked demand in seeking out alternative forms and approaches to health and wellness by high-powered finance players such as employees of Goldman Sachs, the Federal Reserve, Deutsche Bank, Bloomberg and Morgan Stanley...

U.S. News & World Report

Politicians, health care workers and others in recent years have called for a change in approach toward addiction, from condemning it as a lifestyle choice to treating it as a disease. But as the opioid epidemic and other issues of substance misuse continue to wreak havoc in the United States, Joe Polish – a marketing entrepreneur recovering from multiple addictions himself – says he sees addiction instead as an attempt by people "to deal with pain." ...

Robb Report

Taylor Strickland, who used to work for commercial airlines, is now a cabin attendant for the aircraft-management and charter company Alerion Aviation. Her flights are primarily on a 13-seat Embraer Legacy 600 from New York to Florida and the Caribbean. But is the job all pie in the sky...


Stephen B. Jacobs has a warning from the past for America today: It's happening again.At 79 years old he is among the youngest of the living Holocaust survivors and was born six years after Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany. But Jacobs can remember life in the Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald; what the Nazis did to him, his family, his friends.

Art Critique

Working to get an artwork back into the hands of its rightful owner, whether the rightful owner is a country or an individual, is no clear, easy science – there’s more grey area than what might meet the eye. To discuss some of the difficulties, and triumphs, that come along with repatriation, Art Critique spoke with Orna Artal, Esq., a New York lawyer who works in Commercial Law with her partner, Justice Charles E. Ramos as part of their firm, Ramos & Artal, LLC.


Andy Maggio thinks that analysts will make better investments if they’re wearing those funny virtual-reality headsets. At the Manhattan office of his start-up DataView, the former Morgan Stanley analyst demos a VR headset that displays some 18 trading screens at once on the walls of a virtual trading room. In another virtual workspace, you can explore a three-dimensional display of a financial model whose six variables appear as trees in a multicolored forest. Other multidimensional motifs represent the financial variables as waves in an ocean or buildings in a skyline.

Oprah Magazine

You've already got the dress, the foundation that'll last all day, and the mascara that won't run despite the many tears you're likely to shed. Next on the to-do list? Hair. Whether you're the bride or a guest, finding the perfect wedding day hairdo that feels formal and photo-ready can be challenging. But whether you have fine hair or are looking for a celebrity-inspired 'do, we rounded up the dreamiest natural hairstyles for weddings that are guaranteed to stay put—even during the electric slide.


Los Angeles Tourism teamed up with augmented reality startup Kabaq—a subsidiary of New York-based AR and virtual reality company The Glimpse Group—to bring a taste of the Los Angeles sunset to Snapchat users in eight markets.


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