It’s perfectly fine to dislike reporters and to hate doing interviews. Just try not to let it show.
News Conferences Aren’t for Everyone
The police shooting of Duante Wright was a tragedy. The ensuing PR strategy, though perhaps well-intentioned, was a mess.
What Should We Say?
Wondering what your brand ought to be saying about racial injustice? Are you sure you should be saying anything at all?
Watch, Even if You Don’t Want To
It isn’t easy to watch, but PR pros who tune out COVID-19 news coverage do so at their own professional risk
The Accused Actor and the Media Master
Disgraced actor Jussie Smollett desperately wanted the spotlight. Chicago’s top cop earned it.
A President Acosted
The president’s favorite media punching bag punches back. But did it cost Jim Acosta more than his press pass?
In Mid-Interview, the Floodgates Break
Reporters are supposed to push. But what happens when an interviewee reaches the breaking point, live on the air?
Beating up on CNN
How did “The Most Trusted Name in News” become a presidential punching bag?
When Journalism Gets Body-Slammed
Beating up reporters is immoral, anti-democtratic, and symptomatic of a bigger problem.
Can I Talk to You Off the Record?
“Off the Record.” “On Background.” What’s the difference? What’s the problem?