Clubhouse Media Group, Inc. a social media firm and digital agency based in Los Angeles, announced a brand promotional deal with Baltimore-based Under Armour.
“Under Armour is a major league brand”, said Amir Ben-Yohanan, CEO of CMGR. “Its always exciting when our agency closes deals with companies of this caliber. We are really making a name for ourselves in the industry and attracting business from well-known, worldwide brands.” CMGR offers management, production, and deal-making services to its handpicked influencers, a management division for individual influencer clients, and an investment arm for joint ventures and acquisitions for companies in the social media influencer space.
The Baltimore Public Relations Council has announced its officers for 2023 to 2025:
President: Sandy Arnette, Arnette Media Strategies, LLC
President-Elect: Ashley Millner, Maryland Department of Transportation
Treasurer: Wayne Kirwan, T. Wayne Kirwan Public Relations & Marketing Communications+
Secretary: Marcus Dean, Loyola University Maryland
Immediate Past President: Elise Armacost, Baltimore County Fire & Emergency Management
Member-at-Large: Ebony Wilder, Maryland Department of Health
Member-at-Large: Andrea Lynn, TBC
Member-at-Large: Gayle V. Economos, GVE Media/Public Relations, LLC
Warschawski has promoted Anthony Guerrero to director of lifecycle & retention marketing. In his new role, Guerrero will work with clients to develop lifecycle programs, oversee customer relationship management implementation, and lead email strategy, SMS and push campaigns. He joined the agency in 2021 as a senior email marketing strategist.
WBAL-TV in Baltimore announced that Megan Rivers, who has been the station’s daily breaking news anchor on 11 News Today since January, will join co-anchor Lacee Griffith on the anchor desk. The two will team with meteorologist Ava Marie and traffic reporter Chelsea Ingram weekdays from 4:30 to 7 a.m. Concurrently, anchor Jason Newton will move to a permanent role as co-anchor of 11 News at 5:00PM.
“We’re excited for Megan to have a seat at the anchor desk alongside Lacee on ‘11 News Today’,” said Dan Joerres, WBAL president-GM. “Her focus on breaking news has proven to be an impactful addition to our ‘Live, Local, LateBreaking’ morning newscast and will continue to be an ongoing focus for 11 News Today. Her energetic personality is a great fit for Baltimore’s No. 1 morning newscast.”
Prior to joining WBAL, Rivers was a reporter at WUSA Washington for three years
Rhonda Pringle, the veteran publisher and market president of the Baltimore Business Journal, has been appointed head of diversity business initiatives for American City Business Journals, the organization that publishes the BBJ and 43 other business journals nationwide. In her new position, Pringle will be in charge of developing new national products that emphasize leadership and diversity and will be accountable for their operational, strategic, and financial success.