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"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


Crisis PR and Reading Tweets

More than a month ago (yes, I’m a little behind) the local chapter of the American Advertising Federation hosted a Crisis PR Panel where they talked about what it takes to do Crisis PR in this ever changing world.  449 more words


The local face of global crisis management

There’s a saying that all politics is local, and in crisis management the same truism applies. Despite the worldwide implications of online publishing and social media, the reality for anyone at the coalface of crisis management is that the problem right in front of you is your problem to solve. 300 more words


A Blessing or a Curse?

In 2013, a survey reported that more than 28 percent of communication crises spread internationally just during an hour and two thirds of crises spread within twenty-four hours. 895 more words

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Crisis Analysis: Ebola in the United States

With countless deaths in African countries and a number of reported cases in the United States, the Ebola virus has propped up its feet on our coffee tables and made itself at home. 330 more words

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