SML Strategic Media
SML Strategic Media (sometimes referred to as Strategic Media or SML Strategic Media Ltd) is a Washington D.C. public relations firm. It has offices in Athens, Barcelona and London.
"Strategic Media provides strategic communications advice to corporations, organizations and governments around the world. We help our clients build relationships with their key stakeholders and in turn shape their beliefs and behaviors ...We strongly believe that communications used strategically have the power to change perceptions, alter behaviors and create value," they state on their website. 
SML Strategic Media list some of the clients on their website.
Staffer Killed in Kazakhstan
"SML Strategic Media, the Washington, D.C. PR and editorial shop, placed a four-page advertorial in the September/October editon of Foreign Affairs, the high-brow political journal, extolling progress made in Kazakhstan under the leadership of Nursultan Nazarbayev." But Gregoire de Bourgues, who coordinated the "advertorial," was stabbed to death in Kazakhstan while doing research for it. Kazakh president Nazarbayev will "visit the White House later this year, and spend some time at the Bush family compound in Maine."  The Washington Post reports that Nazarbayev "has banned opposition parties, intimidated the press and profited from his post. ... But he also sits atop massive oil reserves that have helped open doors in Washington."
1050 17th Street, NW Suite 1000
Washington DC 20036
Tel: (202) 776-0641
Fax: (202) 728-1196
- Reporters Without Borders, "French journalist stabbed to death at his home", Media Release, August 4, 2006.
- "SML Touts Kazakstan as 'Beacon'", O'Dwyer's PR Daily, August 29, 2006. (sub req'd)
- Reporters Without Borders, "Questions still unanswered in French journalist's murder one year ago", Media Release, August 2, 2007.
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