Media Relations


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How to Field Hostile Questions During an Interview

When faced with a crisis situation or controversy, many reporters and citizen activists will ask hostile questions of spokespeople, be it in the media, during speeches and committee hearings or at annual stockholder meetings. It’s … | MORE »

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When It Rains, It Doesn’t Have to Pour: How to Manage a Business Crisis Effectively and Come Out Better Than Before

When the news is bad and the stakes are high, it can be the tendency of some corporate spokespeople to hide out and avoid the media.  After all, if you don’t have anything good to … | MORE »

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Ten Ways to Cut Through the Clutter and Get Hits for Your Client

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Eight Ways to Manage Media Response During Litigation

To manage the media response and prevent potentially lasting and costly damage to the corporate reputation, litigation communications should be an essential part of a company’s approach to a high-profile legal case. In order to … | MORE »

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Mastering E-mail Etiquette to Media

There’s nothing more aggravating than to be at the receiving end of a monster photo attachment that not only exceeds your computer’s maximum megabytes but paralyzes it for the remainder of the day. The angst … | MORE »

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How Medical Products Companies Should Handle Media When in a Legal Dispute

Patent challenges. Counterfeiting lawsuits. Product liability. There’s no dearth of litigation in the health product space but there are ways you can successfully communicate with the media if your client, a medical products company, is … | MORE »

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How to Make Your Online Pressroom Reporter-Friendly

Some online pressrooms are a study in obfuscating clutter and about as reporter-friendly as a tightly lipped C-suite executive whose company is about to be bought by another. But it doesn’t have to be that … | MORE »

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Learning From Tim Russert

Perhaps too often we learn from others’ mistakes rather from their examples. In this vein, one of the positives that has come from Tim Russert’s unexpected passing is the reminder to learn from his expertise … | MORE »

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Media Guideposts for Emergency Situations

One of the best responses to an anticipated crisis to always have a crisis plan in place. This is critical especially when dealing with the media. Following are a few guideposts every PR professional should … | MORE »

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Are You Ready to Tell Your Story? Crisis Planning in a 24/7 Media Environment

For as long as we can remember, media training included telling clients to “triage” media this way in a crisis: •    Do radio interviews first because they broadcast every hour. •    Next, talk to the … | MORE »

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