David is a veteran communications strategist ... writer ... blogger ... online publisher ... and Emmy Award winning former CBS Network News correspondent. He lives in the Washington, D. C., area, and works worldwide.
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An infographic from the website, SustainableMan.org, really drives home the reality of the media … and news media … today in America. And, it’s a bleak image.
Fortune Magazine senior editor Pattie Sellers joins the chorus that times have changed. Influence of traditional advertising and promotion is waning. Online social media and brand journalism have changed all that.
Crisis communications management in the digital era … like that of image and reputation management … is a skillful blend of prove methods and new digital techniques.
Too many harsh words with negative, misleading connotations from law enforcement, prison management, and emergency services are becoming commonplace in American language.
Watch the style of how TV news is presented, and it’s like watching, “Land of the Clones.” Television news today – local, cable or national – is all formula driven.
Too much is at stake when a crisis hits for the increasing bad behavior of sloppy, sensationalistic reporting and media inaccuracy to be condoned.