…the more they remain the same, apparently, in the PR world of media relations.
The Internet Press Guild (IPG) is a community of PR practitioners that focuses entirely on online journalism and news about the Internet. Read more
Being a Captain of Industry shouldn’t mean looking down on the crew from the Upper Deck.
As businessman Jeff Haden wrote in a recent columnin Inc. Magazine, he saw a company he had admired “in a different, less positive light” after being summoned, and then dissed, by the CEO at his company’s event in New York City.
Wrote Baden, “I wasn’t bothered by the fact that he didn’t seem interested in talking tome; after all, who am I? Read more
Few crises are as immediate as those faced by doctors and medical personnel with patients in life and death situations.
And nothing prepares a doctor – particularly a novice hospital intern – for a crisis like a simulation. Read more
Senator Elizabeth Warren, D- MA, recently delivered an object lesson in how to effectively stand one’s ground in a tough live broadcast interview. Read more
One of the top media attention grabbers is an airplane crash at a major airport with dramatic video of the explosion and fire.
When Asiana Airlines flight 214 smacked the runway at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), it was all over global news in a twitter nano-second. Read more
In most cases containing physical gestures is key to effective public presentations. Looking like a windmill, arms flailing, is generally not recommended, at least in most American public forums.
The NFL can’t win for losing:
· Last February 4 we posted an item on this blog taking the National Football League to task for failing to communicate promptly with the media and the public when the lights went out in the New Orleans Superdome in the middle of the Superbowl. Read more