Articles by George P. Sillup - Pharmaceutical Executive


Articles by George P. Sillup

Pharm Exec: Annual Press Audit 2014

Mar 3, 2014

Pharm Exec's latest survey of press issues shows that media coverage continues to remain on balance negative toward the industry, by a slight margin: 47% this year compared to a 46% average over the last seven years.

Pharma in the News: Pharm Exec's Annual Press Audit

Mar 1, 2013

Big Pharma takes a fresh licking in our latest audit of US press coverage of business and policy issues.

Off the Hook? Pharm Exec's Annual Press Audit

Mar 1, 2012

Our annual press audit finds that the big news in 2011 for pharma was ... no news.

Pharm Exec's Seventh Annual Media Audit

Mar 1, 2011

Negative views regarding pharma are on the rise, but vaccines help keep the focus on the positives of innovation

Sixth Annual Press Audit

Mar 1, 2010

Pricing, promotion, and the unfinished story of healthcare reform dominated the news last year.

Fifth Annual Press Audit: Safety in the Spotlight

Mar 1, 2009

Reporters pass on the typical litany of lightning-rod issues and instead devote more than three-quarters of all coverage in 2008 to drug safety—and the regulators who enforce it.

4th Annual Press Audit: Coverage Uncovered!

Pharma gets less ink as news reporters shift their sights to other topics. That's a good thing—isn't it? But when the industry does make headlines, safety issues rule and the message of the value of innovation gets more play.
Mar 1, 2008

Pharma gets less ink as news reporters shift their sights to other topics? That's a good thing--Isn't it?

Media Audit: Stop the Presses!

The media are becoming more negative and onesided when it comes to reporting industry news.
Apr 1, 2007

And while reporters aren't writing any more about the industry, the topics they cover are a moving target.

Annual Press Audit: Front Page Pharma

Feb 1, 2006

The good news is that America's top newspapers were fairer to pharma in 2006. But coverage remains largely negative—and the hot topics are catching the industry by suprise.


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