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Below are some highlights of CP Knowhow's media placements. For more complete results of national media campaigns, contact CP Knowhow.

October 2014
CP Knowhow ran a national media campaign for the Chronicle of Philanthropy's How America Gives survey. Highlights of coverage included:
January 2014
Marketplace Radio, Look, we have enough bugs. Can we do other things now? Quotes Stacy Palmer, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, as expert for comment

CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper, Which billionaire gave the biggest gifts to charity in 2013? Features The Chronicle of Philanthropy's editor, Stacy Palmer, as guest

Associated Press, Top 10 gifts of 2013 show rebound in charitable giving

December 2013
Huffington Post, 42 private college presidents make more than $1M, and Harvard's isn't one of them, By Tyler Kingkade

The New York Times, Pay for U.S. college presidents continues to grow

November 2013
Poynter.org, Chronicle of Higher Education takes plunge with digital jobs site tailored to academics

July 2013
CP Knowhow publicized The Chronicle of Philanthropy's annual corporate giving survey:

January 2013
CP Knowhow handled media relations for the March on Washington for Gun Control, which attracted thousands of marchers to the Mall one month after the school shooting in Newtown, Conn. The March was featured on Google News international for much of the day Saturday, and a Google News search in the United States that day yielded 610 results. Here are some highlights:

CP Knowhow led a campaign to promote The Chronicle of Philanthropy's content and experts regarding the fiscal cliff, end-of-year charitable giving, the biggest gifts of 2012, and possible changes to tax regulations making nonprofit contributions deductible. Here are some results:

December 2012
CP Knowhow launched a national media campaign for The Chronicle of Higher Education's annual study of executive compensation at private colleges and universities. Results included 2 wire stories, 7 top-25 newspapers, 3 national news magazines and 4 radio interviews. Highlights follow:

April 2012
Highlights of press coverage for the launch of IFAW's WhaleAlert iPad application:

June 2011
The Economist, The paper chase: Lawyers abusing procedures on evidence slow justice to a costly crawl

Caribbean News Now! Dominican students wrap up ocean science program with research excursion

February 2011
NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin, Black History, White House

Washington Post, Two books on blacks and the White House

PBS's White House Chronicle, A discussion of Ken Walsh's book "Family of Freedom: Presidents and African Americans in the White House"

WTOP Radio, Ken Walsh interview with Nathan Hager


December 2010
Powell Named Marketing/PR Co-Chair of DC's Independent PR Alliance

November 2010
Washingtonian, Traveling philanthropists, by Kimberly Palmer

August 2010
Associated Press, Putin fires dart at gray whale from crossbow, includes International Fund for Animal Welfare statement

Reuters, Russia's Putin braves rough seas to study whales, includes International Fund for Animal Welfare statement

July 2010
Washington Post's College Inc. blog: Alumni: We've given enough, by Daniel de Vise

Chronicle of Higher Education
: Appeals to college loyalty are not enough to engage younger alumni

March 2010
As a result of CP Knowhow's media relations efforts on the ground in Port-au-Prince just after Haiti's devastating earthquake, several high-profile stories featured HelpAge International:

January 20, 2010
CP Knowhow launched a national media campaign promoting The Chronicle of Philanthropy's tally of U.S. private donations to the Haiti earthquake relief effort. As a result, more than 56.3 million Americans read or heard about The Chronicle's tally and commentary:

January 18, 2010
CP Knowhow launched a national media campaign for The Chronicle of Higher Education executive compensation report. Results included 7 wire stories, 27 articles in major newspapers, and 4 national broadcast mentions, including:

December 24, 2009
NPR's Here & Now: Digitizing monk

December 21, 2009
WAMU's The Kojo Nnamdi Show: College affordability

December 18, 2009
CNBC’s Wall Street Journal Report: The season of giving

December 16, 2009
New Hampshire Public Radio’s Word of Mouth: Fakebook friends

December 14, 2009
New Hampshire Public Radio’s Word of Mouth: A monk saving manuscripts

San Francisco Public Radio’s City Visions (KALW 91.7 FM): Charities struggle (and succeed) in a wild west environment; podcast available here

December 9, 2009
News Channel 8's Washington Business Tonight: How to succeed in advertising

New Hampshire Public Radio
’s Word of Mouth: Making honey from coal

December 7, 2009
New York Times: People and accounts of note

November 30, 2009
Washington Post: How to enter the ADDYs brown bag

November 29, 2009
WTOP, Washington's News, Traffic and Weather Station: Year-end tips for giving to charity

November 23, 2009
Newsday: Small business: Choosing charities


November 21, 2009
CBS News: Tuition turmoil

November 4, 2009
Los Angeles Times: Academic salaries: Paying the smart money

New Hampshire Public Radio
’s Word of Mouth: Teaching for the future

November 3, 2009
USA Today: Charities eye not-so-generous giving season in sour economy

November 2, 2009
Wall Street Journal: More college presidents get million-plus

USA Today
: 23 college presidents make more than $1 million

New York Times: 23 Private College Presidents Made More Than $1 Million

Washington Post: Ex-president of GWU leads in pay survey

Bloomberg: Millionaire college presidents rise to record before pay cuts

New Hampshire Public Radio’s Word of Mouth: May the hologram be with you

October 29, 2009
NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook: Asia, America, and higher ed

October 28, 2009
Loudoun (VA) Times Mirror: After years of adversity, Waterford couple welcomes new life

October 27, 2009
Wall Street Journal's The Wealth Report: Charitable gifts to drop 9% in 2009

October 26, 2009
American Public Media's Marketplace Morning Report: Charities forecast a steep drop in giving

Los Angeles Times Blog Culture Monster: LACMA and KCET among nation's top fund-raisers -- back in the good old days of 2007-08

October 5, 2009
NPR's Here and Now: Asia rising in higher ed

October 2, 2009
USA Today: Big non-profit organizations have highly paid leaders

October 1, 2009
American Public Media's Marketplace Morning Report: Are textbooks history in the digital era?

September 28, 2009
NPR's Morning Edition: Top 10 highest paid top officials at large nonprofits

FOX Business: Non-profit CEO pay outpacing corporate CEOs

September 18, 2009
WJLA News Channel 8: Procedure helps men with fertility setbacks

 


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