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Martine St Victor

Communication Strategist, Media producer.

Stratège en communication, fondatrice de Milagro Atelier de RP, se spécialisant dans la pop culture et dans la politique. Elle est aussi la fondatrice de la marque JeLoveHaiti.

A Communications Strategist, Martine is the founder of Milagro PR Atelier, specializing in Pop Culture and in Politics. She's also the founder of the JeLoveHaiti apparel brand.
The Most Memorable TV Moments Of

The Most Memorable TV Moments Of 2016

Twenty sixteen was a year of collective loss and sorrow. A year that spanked us. A year when the news made the news. And so it is fitting that many of my most memorable TV moments came straight from newscasts. Yes, we're tired of hearing about Trump. But alas, we don't get to fast-forward through his presidency.
12/30/2016 11:19 EST
The Most Memorable TV Moments Of

The Most Memorable TV Moments Of 2015

Watching the news in this year's last trimester, you got the sense the world was going down in flames. Terrorism, mass-shootings, ludicrous presidential candidates, diplomatic malaise. The aftermath of some of these ailments gave way to memorable television moments. Here, some of my most noteworthy television moments for 2015.
12/15/2015 02:08 EST
Favourite 2014 TV Moments From a Big

Favourite 2014 TV Moments From a Big Fan

I'm a child of television and have grown up on great television. I recognize TV is a tough business and it's hard to make television that is good. Thankfully, good television is still being made and 2014 had its share of great TV moments. Here, some of my favourites.
12/29/2014 06:14 EST
Why Barbara Walters

Why Barbara Walters Matters

On May 16, Barbara Walters will retire. You don't have to love Walters as much as I do. But if you love television, you must recognize her contribution. Nowadays, the tradition of event television barely exists. Thank you PVR, On Demand and Internet. So in great part, the appreciation of "big gets" is a lost art. 
05/15/2014 08:24 EDT
The Bright Side of Turning

The Bright Side of Turning 40

This is my last week in my 30s. And excuse me for not bringing out the pom-poms and the "No. 1" foam finer though we live in a society where 40 is hailed as an achievement and the springboard to the rest of our lives. At least, what's tolerable about turning 40 is the wisdom one starts to have. Here's an updated list of what I believe about-to-turn-40 folks should know/do.
09/17/2013 12:24 EDT
Israel and Haiti: More Than Their

Israel and Haiti: More Than Their Politics

When I tell people how much I love to vacation in Haiti, many look at me like I'm a crackhead. It's not unlike the reaction I got when my producing partner and I decided to produce a whole TV series on Israel. For too long, people have tried to oversimplify the complexities of both Haitian and Israeli politics. I'm not equipped to fully assess these complexities but I know this for sure: people are not their governments.
07/17/2012 12:57 EDT
The PR Industry Needs Better

The PR Industry Needs Better PR

Public Relations is a misunderstood profession -- it's not all Samantha Jones. In a recent article entitled "How to Apply PR Skills at Networking Events," the article's author writes: "The best female publicists know how and when to reveal a bra strap." No, moron. The best publicists know how and when to get their clients' names out there.
05/29/2012 04:25 EDT