public relations


Happy Years – Both Old And New

This was to be my year of technology and learning to play the flute. I mastered neither. Lofty goals they were. Friends smarter than I consoled me with multiple validating reasons how failure is acceptable and not representative of my … Continue reading



Word To The Want To Be Wise

Sara Brady Public Relations, Inc. is in the business of communications. We handle a myriad of issues ranging from corporate communications to major, and sometimes quite horrible, crises that require a high level of skill and stamina. We take pride … Continue reading



Duck Dynasty, Duck!

How nice to welcome the peace and joy-filled Christmas season with yet another public relations crisis by someone who is more adept at communicating with water fowl than with humans beings.  I have never seen A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” although I’m … Continue reading



Breaking News: Media Shows Compassion

What a difference a bit of decency makes in the news business. NBC’s Today Show reported this morning that in spite of the release of the Sandy Hook 9-1-1 recordings yesterday, the network chose not to air them for a … Continue reading


Before CNN

Before CNN there was Walter Cronkite, Chet Huntley and Frank McGee. Today’s media coverage of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy doesn’t remind us just of that terrible day, but also showcases the integrity of … Continue reading



Happy Anniversary To Sara Brady Public Relations,Inc.

Accompanied by my remarkable team of co-workers, I have just marked the third anniversary of Sara Brady Public Relations, Inc. There is much to be said about another anniversary and there is much to be anxious about striving for a … Continue reading



Lance Armstrong And His Reputation: A Race To The Bottom

Let’s talk about Lance Armstrong talking or not talking. And let’s talk about Lance Armstrong telling his story to Oprah rather than to the sports journalists who have been dogging him for years. Talk about backpedaling. After nearly a decade … Continue reading