In which I become a Media Disaster, and try to fix it
Media training options in the face of a pandemic, and a “how to” lesson in crisis communications
A well-prepared -and aggressive- cable news host turns a lobbyist’s media campaign into mist
If R. Kelly’s lawyers wanted somebody to manage their client’s growing PR crisis, they definitely picked the wrong guy
Disgraced actor Jussie Smollett desperately wanted the spotlight. Chicago’s top cop earned it.
A CEO’s wacky brother, a cranky anchor, and a holiday you’ve never heard of make for a cringeworthy media disaster.
The president’s favorite media punching bag punches back. But did it cost Jim Acosta more than his press pass?
When a politician uses profanity on camera, the F-bomb goes off in his own face.
Want to succeed in your PR campaign? Best to regard reporters as opportunities, not enemies.
Fear of presenting is the enemy of media communicators. One exceptional media training student found a way around it.
Have an interview coming up but no time for media training? Study these tips before you go on the record.
Reporters are supposed to push. But what happens when an interviewee reaches the breaking point, live on the air?
What happens when your “No Comment” becomes part of the story?
How did “The Most Trusted Name in News” become a presidential punching bag?
Beating up reporters is immoral, anti-democtratic, and symptomatic of a bigger problem.