media mentions: television
Our firm, and our CEO, Dr. Frank Luntz, are often in the media, discussing how language shapes our world. Frank is a proud Fox News contributor and CBS News analyst. Click on any of the links below to see us in the news:
Frank Luntz joins the broadcast to discuss a focus group he moderated in October 2013, in which most participants expressed waning belief in the American Dream.
A short video about Luntz Global
After the surprising announcement of the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, Frank Luntz talks to a focus group of Catholics about the role of the Church in their lives and the direction the Vatican should take in the future.
Frank demonstrates his recommendation to children whose parents pay more attention to their Blackberry than their kids by launching his own Blackberry on the set of The Today Show.
Dr. Frank Luntz and iVillage's Michelle Borba discuss with Matt Lauer six things parents can do to keep their teens out of trouble.
Frank provides his analysis of the status of both the Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns as they stand at the mid-point of the Democratic National Convention.
Frank joins the broadcast with members of a focus group who watched the State of the Union Address live. They share with Sean Hannity their reactions to the President's speech.
Frank joins the broadcast with a focus group in Los Angeles, CA, to share the group's opinions of Dr. Benjamin Carson's popular speech on the national debt and deficit.
Frank joins Sean Hannity to discuss the best and worst ads of the Super Bowl, as determined by Luntz's focus group conducted live during the game.
Frank joins the broadcast to discuss the best and worst ads of the Super Bowl, as determined by his focus group conducted live during the game.
Frank shares his rules for creating successful Super Bowl ads and discusses what worked in successful ads from past Super Bowls.
Frank discusses what Republicans want to hear from President Obama's inaugural address.
Clips of Frank Luntz's interview for PBS Frontline, in which he discusses Republican leaders' reactions to Barack Obama's election to the U.S. Presidency in 2008, and the resulting shift in political strategy within the Republican Party.
Frank Luntz and Jodi Kantor discuss potential candidates for the 2016 presidential election, including Hillary Clinton's possible entry into the race.
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