The shooting spree at a Colorado cinema warrants compassionate and accurate media coverage, but how should your organization respond in the aftermath of a disaster? A hint: remember the victims first.
It happens regularly in newsrooms, especially with dwindling staffs. But is it a good thing for journalism—or public relations? GroundFloor Media’s Gil Rudawsky offers his take, with the advantage of being in both worlds.
The mega merging of Duke Energy and Progress Energy resulted in the unexpected ‘CEO for a day’ incident. The company has stayed mum—a good move.
A junior PR exectutive gets caught misrepresenting herself as a reporter at a community meeting. Why it’s not ethical or worth it to lie about who you are or your intentions.
Forget local news, I’m getting my Colorado fire updates from Twitter.
Lance Armstrong takes another lap around the court of public opinion. Can he retain his seven titles—and his credibility?
A tawdry scandal has cost the company its CEO and, ultimately, its founder/chairman. The fallout could have ended in December.
In journalism, there’s a saying: ‘If your mother says she loves you, check it out.’ Turns out that applies to executives’ résumés, too.
Reporters are ditching phone calls in favor of email exchanges and even Twitter messages. What does this mean for your interactions with journalists?