Stanford, Calif. (May 21, 2018) – Singer Associates Public Relations San Francisco joined the Project Renewal team at Stanford’s annual Health Matters event last weekend to show the community the list of new technologies and innovative features included in the new Stanford Hospital. Health Matters is a free community event where you can hear from ... Read More >
Richmond Standard News Site Wins Gold in 2018 Bulldog PR Awards for Best Newsroom Chevron Sponsored News Site in Richmond, California Recognized as Top Community News Provider, News Organization San Francisco, Calif. — A first-of-its kind local community newspaper sponsored by a major corporation brought home gold from the 2018 Bulldog PR Awards this week ... Read More >
Creators of Popular “Star Control” Computer Games Fight Back Against Copyright Theft By Stardock Systems and CEO Brad Wardell
Star Control Creators and Copyright Owners Ask Court to Order Stardock to Stop Unlawfully Selling Their Games, and Unlawfully Using Their Creative Materials, and The Ur-Quan Masters Trademark Widely Considered “One of the Best Computer Games Ever,” Star Control II Recently Celebrated its 25th Anniversary SAN FRANCISCO—Computer game developers Paul Reiche and Fred Ford are defending ... Read More >
Singer Associates Public Relations San Francisco Praised for Unveiling the Truth in Jahi McMath Case
A recent article entitled “What does it mean to die?” in The New Yorker notes Singer Associates Public Relations San Francisco for our work for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital on the Jahi McMath case. The agency won praise for its communications counsel on the complex and tragic medical and legal case. An excerpt from the ... Read More >
Art and Antique Dealers Say Proposed Art Law Would Harm Museums, Collectors, and Tribes, Decimate Regional Businesses
Congressional law could end trade, collection, preservation, museum holdings of Native American and Hawaiian art by U.S. Museums, Citizens Proposal Could Devastate Multi-Billion Art Economy of Southwestern U.S., Other States Washington D.C.—A proposal to protect Native American and Hawaiian art would actually have the opposite effect, discouraging the sale and public display of vital cultural heritage ... Read More >
Singer Associates (Independent) We’ll say it again — when it comes to high-stakes public battles in Northern California, Sam Singer’s firm is very likely to be involved on one side of the aisle. This isn’t any less true from last year (Singer shows up as a Public Affairs contender with respectable frequency). The firm’s revenues are ... Read More >
By Jack Crosbie “We know we need to do better,” read the statement put out by Facebook’s VP of global operations, Justin Osofsky, after Robert Goodwin Sr., a 74-year-old Cleveland resident, was shot and killed by a murderer who posted the entire crime on the social network. Speaking at Facebook’s F8 developer conference two days ... Read More >
Singer Associates is honored to be a finalist for PR News' Agency of the Year Award. Over the past year, the agency has expanded its clientele and continued to provide leading-edge services to clients across a wide array of issues including environmental, real estate, litigation and labor disputes. Singer Associates has facilitated major success for ... Read More >
Singer Associates, a San Francisco-based public relations and corporate communications firm, announced the promotion of Gina Antonini to Vice President. Antonini joins the ranks of senior leadership after five-years at the agency in the health care, finance, technology and government relations sectors. The promotion makes her one of the youngest vice presidents in the agency’s 25-year history.
Singer Associates was awarded Gold for Best Online Newsroom - Business/Consumer for The Richmond Standard: A Community-Driven News Source in Richmond. California and Silver for Best Issue/Cause Advocacy Campaign for Preserving Healthcare and Bioscience: A Campaign to Defeat the Proposed Golden State Warriors’ Arena in Mission Bay.