Former Hillary Clinton Campaign Senior Strategist Mark Penn on Hillary Clinton’s scandals, her tax plan and the Republican field in the presidential race.
Mark Penn, former senior adviser to President Bill Clinton, discusses public opinion polling and its role in presidential decision making with senior officials from the Clinton and George W. Bush White Houses.
Do independent women voters elect presidents? Democratic strategist Mark Penn and Republican strategist Linda DiVall assess who the “soccer moms” of 2012 are.
Mark Penn and Chris Metzler discuss the fight for the middle class with Christine Romans. Watch the video at CNN’s Your Bottom Line
Mark Penn, chief executive officer of Burson-Marsteller and a former senior adviser to President Bill Clinton, and John Sununu, a former Republican U.S. senator and a Bloomberg contributing editor, talk about the results of the Iowa caucuses and the outlook for the New Hampshire primary. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “InBusiness With Margaret Brennan.”
Mark Penn considers the statistical likelihood of a third-party candidate in the US presidential election in this video from the gala dinner of The Economist’s World in 2012 Festival on December 1st 2011 in New York City.
Mark Penn talks about the outlook for President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign and potential for new Republican candidates on Bloomberg Television’s “InBusiness with Margaret Brennan.”
Mark Penn, chief executive officer of Burson-Marsteller and former senior adviser to President Bill Clinton, talks about the outlook for President Barack Obama’s speech Wednesday where he is expected to announced long-term proposals for cutting the federal deficit and a timeline for reaching them. Penn speaks with Margaret Brennan on Bloomberg Television’s “InBusiness.”
Mark Penn on MSNBC’s Hardball: Obama connected with the American people in his Tucson speech [VIDEO]
MSNBC political analyst Pat Buchanan and Democratic strategist Mark Penn join Hardball’s Chris Matthews to discuss President Barack Obama’s address in Arizona.
Mark Penn and Karen Hughes discussed “Will the Midterm Elections Result in Deals or Gridlock?” at George Washington University [VIDEO]
Last week, B-M CEO Mark Penn and Vice Chair Karen Hughes discussed “Will the Midterm Elections Result in Deals or Gridlock?” at George Washington University moderated by NBC News Correspondent Mike Viqueira.
Following the Democrats’ 2010 midterm election losses, Mark Penn spoke with Chris Matthews on Hardball about former President Bill Clinton’s big midterm losses and subsequent rebound. Can President Obama draw upon lessons learned by Clinton?
Democratic Strategist Mark Penn appeared on Fox Business News’ Bulls and Bears to discuss what the president must do to maintain the support of the American people.
Mark Penn and Karen Hughes discuss the key trends of the 2010 Midterm Elections at George Washington University [VIDEO]
Political strategists Mark Penn and Karen Hughes spoke about the 2010 midterm election campaign, prospects for a Republican takeover in Congress, key races in various parts of the country, and significant national issues in the elections. They also responded to questions from the audience.
Mark Penn and Karen Hughes discuss the state of digital communications in politics at the 2010 BlogWorld & New Media Expo [VIDEO]
Highlight from the 2010 BlogWorld & New Media Expo keynote speech with Mark Penn and Karen Hughes discussing the state of digital communications and social media in politics.
MSNBC Morning Joe: Mark Penn discusses his recent Politico column, “Don’t let midterms take us back”
On Morning Joe today, Democratic strategist Mark Penn discussed his recent Politico column “Don’t let midterms take us back.” He said that the question of the midterms isn’t whether we should change the whole direction of the country, but whether we should keep moving forward, and continue to give Obama and the administration a chance to change things.
Mark Penn interviewed in April 2010 in Madrid, Spain at the Burson-Marsteller EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) Leadership Conference. The CEO discusses Burson-Marsteller’s Evidence-Based Communications Philosophy, PR after the recession and Social Media.
On Morning Joe today, Democratic strategist Mark Penn says “President Obama has his mojo back.” With the passage of the healthcare bill, he has shown he can get things done. Now he needs to keep the momentum going and press on with his other initiatives, including financial regulatory reform.
C-SPAN: Mark Penn talks about the 2010 Midterm Elections at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service
On CNBC, Mark Penn reviewed the latest NY Times-CBS News poll showing that 75% of Americans disapprove of the way Congress is handling their job.
On Morning Joe today, Mark Penn discussed how the Massachusetts election result is a wake up call to President Obama just as the failed midterm elections of 1994 were for President Clinton. Mark recommends that the Obama administration take a lesson from the Clinton years and begin to change direction, move to the center and to bipartisanship to keep their policies moving ahead.
Democratic strategist Mark Penn appeared on CNBC’s The Kudlow Report yesterday to discuss approval ratings for Congress and President Obama.
Mark Penn participated in a panel on “The Business of PR” at the 92Y Tribeca in New York with Kathy Bloomgarden, CEO, Ruder Finn and Steven Rubenstein, President, Rubenstein Communications.
In the highlight video, Mark mentions that despite the shrinking demand for newspapers, the demand for news and information in general is skyrocketing, and will continue to rise with the growth of the middle class. Watch the video at 92Y online.
Burson-Marsteller CEO and former Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chief strategist Mark Penn appeared on Fox News’ ‘Fox and Friends’ this morning to discuss Hillary Clinton’s performance over her first nine months as Secretary of State.
Mark Penn participated in a Morning Joe panel prior to President Obama’s statement on Iran’s concealment of a nuclear facility. Mark predicted that foreign policy matters will now take center stage, and it will be a critical time for the Obama administration’s policies in both Iran and Afghanistan.
Mark says President Obama’s approval numbers are good, considering the tough economy and the fight for healthcare reform. View the video online at the Lou Dobbs Tonight website.
Mark Penn reviews the current health care debate on Fox Business News with Neil Cavuto. Watch the video at Fox Business News.
Mark Penn cites statistics that show the traits that worked for men for thousands of years – aggressiveness and risk-taking – are not working for them in the information age, causing men to fall behind women in life expectancy, education, and good health.
Democratic Strategist Mark Penn discusses how President Obama has tacked to the center on recent foreign policy decisions, including those on Iraq, Afghanistan, and Guantanamo Bay, and that these decisions have been the key to his high approval ratings with the American people.
CNN: Mark Penn discusses the keys to success in healthcare reform on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
Democratic Strategist Mark Penn discusses the administration’s keys to success in passing healthcare reform, including gaining consensus and focusing on cost first. Mark and Alex Castellanos, Republican Strategist, also offer advice for the Republican leadership on shoring up support for the GOP.
Reviewing President Obama’s first 100 days in office, with Mark Penn, president of Penn, Schoen & Berland Associates and CNBC’s Dennis Kneale.
Mark Penn says President Obama is showing great “experience, leadership, and ability to answer one crisis after another”. Watch the video now at CNBC
Mark Penn spoke about the resilience of the internet economy to weather the financial crisis, including the rise of blogging and technology, and the dislocation and challenges facing journalists and the print industry. Watch the video on China’s QQ.com
WSJ’s Kelsey Hubbard speaks with CEO of Burson-Marsteller about the challenges that world leaders will be facing and how deep these issues actually are and his reaction to the Prime Minister’s ideas.
Mark Penn participated in the summit’s panel entitled “Global Media and Advertising: The Transition – TV, Broadband, Mobile and Social Media,” alongside other communications industry leaders. Participants addressed the transformation of advertising in the face of digital media, with a view towards a more holistic understanding of what the next generation of the industry will look like.
Mark Penn participates in panel entitled “Media Power Vs. Political Power: The 2008 Election Re-defining the Relationship” alongside senior correspondents from the major news outlets, as part of Time Warner’s Politics 2008 Summit: The Media Conference for the Election of the President. To view the video, please visit the Digital Hollywood Time Warner Summit Conference page.
Theatre Communications Group Conference: Co-Author E Kinney Zalesne Speaks About the Importance of Microtrends
At the 2008 Theatre Communications Group Conference in Denver, Microtrends co-author Kinney Zalesne spoke to the importance and emergence of microtrends. View the video on the Theatre Communications Group website
Q&A Cafe with Carol Joynt: Video 3/3
Mark Penn continues his discussion with Carol Joynt on polling and trends. In this interview, he talks about the trends in Marriage and Parenting.
Q&A Cafe with Carol Joynt: Video 2/3
Mark Penn continues his discussion with Carol Joynt on polling and trends. In this interview, he talks about the trends in Love and Romance, including Sex Ratio Singles and Late Breaking Gays.
Q&A Cafe with Carol Joynt: Video 1/3
Mark Penn discusses how he got into polling and why it interests him.
Mark Penn talks about how he got into polling, the high and low points in his career, undiscovered trends, and the power of the internet to bring people together to create change.
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A conversation with Mark Penn, chief strategist for Hillary Clinton and worldwide CEO of the public relations firm Burson-Marsteller and president of the polling firm Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates. Mark Penn also discusses his book, Microtrends: The Small Forces Behind Tomorrow’s Big Changes.