SE2, a Colorado-based mass communications firm focused on public issues, has launched a new blog called The Megaphone, to share both critical observations and amusing anecdotes on the world of public policy communications.
Online PR News – 21-August-2009 – – Exploring media trends and insights, public relations successes, humorous viral gems and everything in between, SE2’s blog, The Megaphone, is an online resource for those looking to ponder the intersection of communications and public issues – or just be entertained. The staff at SE2, including partners Eric Sondermann, Eric Anderson and Susan Morrisey, all contribute to the firm’s weblog to share both critical observations and amusing anecdotes on the world of public policy communications.
SE2, a Colorado-based mass communications firm focused on public issues, policy and social marketing, developed The Megaphone as a way to not only keep clients, collaborators and other interested parties in the loop about new company developments, but to share lessons learned from the daily grind in the firm’s niche.
“Our blog got its name from our logo, which features a man using a megaphone – affectionately dubbed ‘Megaphone Man,’” says Anderson. “We like to think that if Megaphone Man had a voice, the issues covered in the blog would be what he would talk about.”
Aside from launching a blog, SE2 recently made a series of other upgrades. The firm recently moved its offices to a modern, one-story building in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood, and commemorated the success of the move with an open house.
“The outside of the building at 770 Sherman St. is a plain-Jane brick facade, but inside it's edgy and fun,” said Penny Parker, Denver Post columnist. “The most distinctive part: a real Barbie doll on the door to the women's restroom and a Ken doll on the door to the men's.”
SE2 also revamped its website to give visitors a closer look at the creative work the firm produces. The website, www.publicpersuasion.com, now offers a rotating window that illustrates the comprehensive work behind seven of the firm’s campaigns, as well as an array of professional photography aimed at illustrating the personality of SE2’s staff.
“We’re a unique firm, so nothing we do is ever cookie-cutter,” says Anderson. “We figured that our online media products should reflect the quirkiness of all of us at SE2.”
For more information, visit www.se2megaphone.blogspot.com