Tips from TED Talks are applicable to communication professionals, whether speaking to a large audience, holding a staff meeting, or conducting a media training session.
The softball media interview is under attack so when the media calls – or, even worse, shows up at your doorstep – company spokespeople and executives must be prepared to answer the hard questions.
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.
Reporters are ditching phone calls in favor of email exchanges and even Twitter messages. What does this mean for your interactions with journalists?
After a long career in the newsroom and moving to PR, GroundFloor Media’s Gil Rudawsky rebuts six misconceptions journalists have about their ‘dark side’ counterparts.
GroundFloor Media’s Gil Rudawsky offers five reasons that your phone call to a reporter isn’t being returned.
Read this story before you give a reporter what you presume to be confidential information.
GroundFloor Media’s Gil Rudawsky came across an almost unbelievable report from London’s police department outlining 10 tips for avoiding trouble with the media. This you’ve got to see.