“Of course Bland was always his own man and the line he advanced about the BBC's position in broadcasting was far from wrong, but the challenge posed by new chairmen to senior management has always been to get them on-message.”
“Can he stay on-message amid the daily meat grinder that is a presidential primary in the age of blogs and Twitter?”
“The much younger Oxlade-Chamberlain stayed on-message during his post-match interview on Sunday night but there have been suggestions that he is frustrated at not being given more time on the pitch since arriving from Southampton in the summer with a £12m price tag.”
“Millions of dollars were spent on slick and on-message, yet largely ineffective ads, when the money could have gone towards supporting local groups that knew their territory, mobilizing young people to staff and run regional efforts, investing in aggressive online campaigns to take on dirty lobbyists, or other efforts that not only would have built genuine political pressure but laid the groundwork for a lasting movement.”
“I'm going to recommend those drop-dead, on-message outfits that one generally only sees in magazines, because we need to be considering "resale value"—the phrase of the year where top-of-the-line fashion is concerned.”
“The Republicans are ALL ABOUT being on-message with NO ROOM for any type of deviation from it … … Supreme irony is lost on one such as your loser self … …”
“Still, you gotta admire their ability to all be on-message.”
“Staying on-message and branding is nearly impossible in the face of a big stumble for any candidate in the digital age.”
“YouTube Mr. Obama started off on-message, emphasizing his plan to reduce the deficit in what he called "a more balanced way.”
“Earlier this summer, at a meeting of the Social Liberal Forum, a grouping of left-leaning Lib Dems, he said: "I have to be remorselessly on-message these days, so I can't call it plan B; so let's call it plan A plus.”
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