Stadium Plan Advances to City Council: Done right, Dillon Stadium could be an asset to the city of Hartford. Done wrong, it’s a money pit. At the moment, it’s neither — just some rickety bleachers, a field and a ton of potential.
The 2017 election just gave us new lessons for communicating in today's rapidly changing media landscape. Virginia's hotly contested statewide elections also showed us the latest in campaign trends.
Information is still coming out about the Equifax breach impacting 143 million Americans, but we can already see the impact of major communications failures over the last 24 hours.
With the help of McDowell Jewett Communications, the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence recently launched the "I Choose" campaign. The campaign name stems from the idea that violence is a choice - and with the right mentors and the right tools, boys can choose to rise above domestic violence. Together, we are working towards educating boys about making good life choices: “I Choose respect;” “I Choose not to normalize violence towards women;” “I Choose to take a stand against domestic violence.”
McDowell Jewett Communications' intern Akash Gejjagaraguppe's lends his perspective on staying put in Hartford and the opportunities the city is affording him.
Jamie Bratt, Director of Planning and Economic Development for the City of Hartford, talks about the latest plans for redevelopment and her hopes for the future of Hartford.
Duby McDowell and Robyn Gengras of MJC will co-chair the annual gala at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center.
Steve Jewett recently visited China to speak to numerous business groups about the changing political climate in the United States.
MJC's Connecticut Media News Website Gets New Look
Sarah Miner named Director of Social Media and Digital Content