Room for 10 More in Crisis Communication Program July 23 Hosted by Explore Gwinnett

GWINNETT TOURISM AWARENESS PROGRAM ON CRISIS COMMUNICATION….

A FEW SPOTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE–FOR THE FIRST 10 WHO REGISTER!

HOW TO WORK WITH THE MEDIA DURING
YOUR COMPANY’S PUBLIC CRISIS

What if a CNN reporter knocked on your door to interview you about a crisis in your company that has become public? Sexual harrassment, embezzlement, massive layoffs, management change, fire, or other events.

How you interact with the media could impact your image, along with bringing severe legal and financial consequences

After this seminar, you will be able to
-Act promptly, with no delays or excuses
-Give answers other than “No Comment”
-Host constructive press conferences
-Write explanatory press releases
-Determine who speaks for your organization
-Maintain corporate credibility
-Take appropriate steps when the crisis subsides

Watch Bill Lampton’s brief video above, describing the seminar’s purpose and benefits.

DETAILS:

Bill Lampton, Ph.D., Seminar Leader
Thursday, July 23, 2015
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Complimentary lunch is included
Paul Duke Room/Explore Gwinnett
6500 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA

RSVP is required for meals. You must pre-register.

NO FEE IS INVOLVED FOR THE SEMINAR!

To attend, please e-mail:

mailto:cricket@exploregwinnett.org

Dr. Stewart Blakley Talks About Television

Dr. Stewart Blakley, Mass Communication Expert

Television dominates many of our waking hours. We turn TV on for news, sports, weather, talk shows, history, gardening, travel, song and dance, cooking, comedy, movies, and so much more. To discuss TV’s development and current status, I welcomed Dr. Stewart Blakley–Mass Communication Department Chair at Brenau University–to “The Communication Corner,” the program I host Tuesday mornings at 9:00 a.m. on WBCX, 89.1 FM.

Among our very interesting topics:
–His favorite broadcasters, past and present
–Best advances in TV in the last decade
–Worst mistakes of the last ten years
–TV coverage of the Japan earthquake and its aftermath
–What he teaches Brenau students that will benefit them in the job market
–Instant replay in football. . .just boring, or worthwhile?
–His experience in TV production
–What might come next in technology that improves TV viewing

HEAR MY CONVERSATION WITH DR. BLAKLEY
Click the arrow below in the Podcast section of this blog page, located just above the Audio MP3 lettering.

CONTACT HIM
E-mail Dr. Blakley:
mailto:sblakley@brenau.edu

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