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I read several articles about the Bose crisis communication this weekend.  According to NDTV news, it says Kyle Zak has been filed in federal court seeks an injunction to stop Bose’s “wholesale disregard” for the privacy of customers who download its free Bose Connect app from Apple Inc or Google Play stores to their smartphones ( 202 more words

Media

Anticipate. Prepare. Practice.

One of my professors always says there is no such thing as a crisis in public relations. What he means is that we, as public relations professionals, should always know what’s out there, what’s happening, and we should have a plan in place for… 368 more words

Public Relations

United Airlines PR crisis: What went wrong and how to rebuild a positive image

Have you ever been pumped up to go on vacation, only to get to the airport gate and be told your flight is overbooked? Well surprisingly, it happens all too often. 402 more words

Current Events

Lessons at the Disaster Drill

On Wednesday, April 19 Harding University conducted its annual disaster drill. The drill simulated a multi-vehicle accident involving a University bus carrying students to a sports tournament in Texas. 344 more words

Public Relations Tactics

Did Charlie Sheen Do The Right Thing?

Photo Credit: Jason Merritt / Getty Images

Charlie Sheen had a big decision to make. When Charlie decided to come out to the public that he was HIV positive, it caused an uproar. 297 more words

Communications

Crisis Communication 101

The PR crisis that has hit United Airlines is the perfect opportunity for all companies and organizations to review their own crisis communication strategies and plans. 271 more words

Communication

One Crisis that Created PR

Crisis communication is very important in the world of Public Relations. Actually, it is why we have public relations in the first place. It all began on April 20, 1914 in Ludlow Colorado when the Colorado National Guard and Colorado Fuel & Iron company guards attacked about 1,200 striking coal miners and their families. 254 more words