While the media cranks out content that it prefers to be long remembered by readers, the BBS and News Corporation would prefer that their major crises would just go away. Here’s how each have fared.
While more than half of journalists surveyed by PressFeed say images are important in pitches, just 4% of PR pros think visuals are important to reporters.
Mitt Romney’s July 2012 speech at a NAACP convention begs the question: Can improvisational retorts be taught to leaders and spokespeople? The experts say yes, with training.
More than a third of PR pros report directly to their CEOs. Here’s how to make this critical relationship work.
The social networking giant learned quickly that, in a bad situation, pointing the finger is not the message you want to send to the media.
As a rash of crises threatens corporate reputations and leadership, organizations must prove their commitment to cooperate with authorities and work toward resolutions.
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Taco Bell’s got a clear-cut messaging assignment: convincing customers that its food is safe to eat after Food Safety News identified the fast food chain as the mystery restaurant responsible for a salmonella outbreak across …