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When video goes bad

It seems like everyone wants to be a star. With YouTube, the world is a stage and there are a ton of players. Now with everyone having video capabilities on their smart phone becoming a viral phenomenon is just a click away. 278 more words

Emerging Media

Ebola Strikes New York

It’s official. Ebola has scared the hell out of everyone. With Friday’s news story of a doctor in New York City being diagnosed and today’s “testing” of a 5-year-old boy for Ebola as well in the Big Apple, hysteria is sure to hit new heights. 370 more words

In The News

Case Study Analysis: Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina was one of the most catastrophic natural disasters in United States history. It caused death and destruction in several states including Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Louisiana. 257 more words

Crisis Communication

Speech: Grand Northern Railroad Press Conference

(This speech was originally delivered during COMM 350: Public Relations Techniques on April 25, 2013 at Roger Williams University. The company and situation discussed are fictitious. 623 more words

Roger Williams University

"Dammit, Hydra"

One thing you should know about me is that when it comes to super heroes I am total geek. All truly wish for is to live in the Marvel cinematic universe, or the DC universe or even the awkward separate universe the X-men live in because of contract disputes. 449 more words

Planning a Trip Abroad? No Stop Overs In Syria Please

I get my morning news from TheSkimm.com. I definitely recommend it to all of you who are busy aspiring professionals.

On Wednesday morning one of the articles covered three teenage girls who decided they were going to join ISIS. 243 more words

Shia LaBeouf: The PR Prodigal Son

Shia LaBeouf wants you to forget about all his shenanigans and see his new movie, “Fury.” But after his past few years, selling out theaters may be difficult without some serious crisis communication.  508 more words

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