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Bulldog Reporter: a new addition to the MediaMiser family!

by | Dec 24, 2014 | Public Relations

The holiday season is all about family, and we are excited to announce an addition to ours!

For over 30 years Bulldog Reporter provided the PR community with news, analysis and high-level training content to public relations and corporate communications professionals — until it closed its doors in October. We are pleased to announce that MediaMiser has acquired key assets from Bulldog Reporter, reopened the California office, and brought back key staff. You can read the full press release, here.

As part of the acquisition we will be relaunching the Daily ’Dog—Bulldog Reporter’s industry-leading PR online trade journal in early 2015, with founding editor Richard Carufel back at the helm.

The popular Bulldog Awards will also be brought back in 2015, including fulfilling some of the awards that were not completed this year.

There are also some great database products and newsletters subscriptions, including Inside Health Media, produced by editor Stephen Beale, that are back online already and will be enhanced in the new year.

We are excited about building upon Bulldog Reporter’s history and providing the benefits from our combined product offerings to both MediaMiser and Bulldog Reporter customers.

2014 has been quite a year. In July we were acquired by Innodata, and we’ve followed that up with our own acquisition of Bulldog Reporter. We couldn’t be happier with our new additions to the family, and we’re excited about what 2015 has in store!

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