Archive for the Crisis Communications Category

Doxxing – the latest media threat

If you haven’t heard, journalists are being threatened in new ways – unthanks to social media. It’s called doxxing. When the target of negative news coverage (or even neutral news coverage) gets miffed, there are plenty of ways to get even. In the […]

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Crisis Communications at IU

When you’re as big as Big Red (aka Indiana University), there’s limited worrying about brand recognition. But crisis communications? That’s another matter. Indiana University’s Mark Land spoke at the Hoosier PRSA luncheon recently in a brief give-and-take with Inside Indiana Business Host Gerry […]

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About Winning Communications Awards

Our little company landed the top award at the Hoosier Chapter PRSA event – a statewide competition that draws from ad and PR agencies, social media shops, corporations and associations and solo practitioners in all avenues of communication. The award was the 2013 […]

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Lance Armstrong: THE Public Apology of the Year (So Far)

Issuing a public apology when media expose ill-advised life choices is not only necessary, it’s an absolute must to survive in business, politics – and as Lance Armstrong is finally realizing – in sports. How the banned cyclist’s public apology plays out will […]

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Lessons Learned from Penn State

Are there lessons learned from Penn State? As university crises go, the Penn State scandal involving Jerry Sandusky will be the subject of scrutiny for decades. And now with two firms who share a monthly PR retainer of more than $200,000 to confine […]

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Crisis Communications Checklist

‘Tis the season to get organized and that means getting your crisis communications checklist completed. Maybe the task is not as much fun as spreading evergreen wreaths and holiday lights around the office, but it should be high on your to-do list as […]

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