Frank Ahrens and Shaun Tandon talk about how U.S. journalists cover foreign affairs and foreign countries from Washington D.C.
FORBES September 1, 2020 By Frank Ahrens Hyundai Motor could not have better-timed the announcement that it is turning its little-known trio of Ioniq cars into a sub-brand. Why? Because the brand has partnered with K-pop superstar group BTS, which is basically the biggest thing in entertainment on the planet at this moment. On September […]
Real Clear Politics June 26, 2020 BY FRANK AHRENS Maybe the first time you heard of K-pop fans, or maybe even K-pop music, was in the wake of President Trump’s campaign rally last weekend in Tulsa, Okla. But it will not be the last. TikTokkers came up with the idea of ordering thousands of tickets […]
PR News March 16, 2020 BY FRANK AHRENS At its core PR is about relating information to the public. Few governments are doing that better than South Korea as it battles coronavirus. South Korea wouldn’t think of its transparency and rapid communication of information as public relations. But PR pros recognize South Korea’s use of […]