Steve Field

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Steve Field, who worked 2005-2006 in public relations in the Office of the Chief of Army Public Affairs,[1][2] is now employed by PR giant Edelman and describes himself as "a former Army civilian and spokesman at the Pentagon."[3]

Field blogs at both The D-Ring Blog and D-Ring PR. Since May 2007, Field has participated in the U.S. Department of Defense's Bloggers' Roundtable.

Field writes that he is a "24-year-old graduate of American University[2] and that he is "getting [his] masters degree at Johns Hopkins in communications, ... concentrating in digital technologies, focusing mostly on new media research."[1]

Contact information

Weblog: http://field.prblogs.org/
Weblog: http://dring.wordpress.com/
Weblog: http://fieldfoolery.wordpress.com/category/the-ultimate-question/

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Mark Glaser, "Pentagon PR Blogger Explains Military’s New Media Challenge," MediaShift PBS, November 15, 2006. Field said he began working as an Army civilian in 2003. He also describes himself as a "moderate Democrat".
  2. 2.0 2.1 About, Field.PRBlogs.org.
  3. About, The D-Ring Blog.

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