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What Can Dance Companies Learn from SYTYCD Advertising and PR?

June 17, 2011

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This Tuesday, So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD)  held an event on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, Calfornia featuring a promotional billboard full of live dancers and a DJ. The event also featured judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy, who spoke to the press about the 2011 season of SYTYCD. Although the event was […]

“We Have a Dance Department?” And Other Stories of Dance in Higher Education

June 8, 2011

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I am a dance minor at the University of Oregon, (UO) and although I’m not a major, I still try to stay very involved in the dance department at my school. When I’m not dancing, I’m usually around people who don’t know much about dance. After I’ve made comments about dance to these non-dancing folk, […]

In The World of Microblogging, Video Adds Context

April 22, 2011

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For me, microblogging sites such as Twitter and Facebook can sometimes feel very text heavy. If an organization that I have “liked” or followed posts a video that looks interesting, I almost always take some time to check it out. For dance companies, dance studios, and dancers alike it is very important to post video […]

The Trey McIntyre Project: Poster Child of PR in the Dance World

April 15, 2011

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When my mom’s football-loving boyfriend sent me this USA Today Article about a dance company based in Boise, Idaho I knew that company had something going for them in more ways than one. So what is it that Trey McIntyre and his team are doing to get 50-something sports fanatics down in San Diego, California to relate to […]

Analyzing PR in the Dance Community

April 11, 2011

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Hello! My name is Jordon Goulder. I’m a junior at the University of Oregon studying journalism with an emphasis in public relations. I am also a dance minor at the University, and I have been dancing for practically my entire life. During my experience as a public relations intern at Ballet Fantastique in Eugene, Oregon […]