What does it mean to be a “Soundcloud Artist”? By popular definition, it means you’re underground—unknown to mainstream music listeners. It also means you are probably not signed to a label (yet!), but have a cult-like following of listeners who are relentlessly putting you on.
So far, the missteps of the Atlanta-based consumer credit-rating agency are obvious and serve as a lesson in Crisis Communications.
I recently participated in an intimate meeting between a U.S. intelligence agency cyber-attack investigator and a law firm client’s senior committee to prevent cyber-hacks into their firm’s digital network. We set-up the meeting and worked with our client and the intel agency for this proactive conversation to hear about the latest trends in cyber-crime.
I was grateful to have attended a risk communications workshop at Maga Design this past week where I was trained in Dr. Vince Covello's Pivotal Communication program. Dr. Covello is a leader in theoretical crisis communications and has worked with corporations and government organizations all over the world to develop effective messaging for their crises.
I shouldn’t be writing this. After all, I make a living in public relations. But here goes: It seems like no matter what Uber does or how much bad publicity the ride-hailing company generates for itself, its success may be inevitable.
United’s stocks are on a roller coaster ride and not in a good way.
The highest rated cable talk show or a new term for sexual harassment and a further loss of media credibility?
Libertarian political scientist Charles Murray, author of the controversial 1994 sociological study The Bell Curve, ignited a crisis recently when he spoke at prestigious Middlebury College in Vermont.
If sustainability is a mere me-too or amounts to little more than window-dressing at your company, please stop pretending you’re supporting the concept and stop doing it right now.
“Never pick a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel.”