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Perspective

A Veteran’s Perspective on Brian Williams’ Conflation of the Facts

Crisis Communications & Issues Management, Strategic Communications

Written by Kris Jensen, ACE; follow @krisjensen or connect with him on LinkedIn Buzz around Brian Williams’ “conflation” of the truth is everywhere — ending Tuesday in a six-month suspension by NBC without pay. How did we get to the point where one of the most trusted and influential news anchors in our digital age has made […]

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Perspective

How to Maintain Perspective Amid a Media-Driven Crisis like Ebola

Crisis Communications & Issues Management

Written by Ryan Splawski, consultant, @ryan_splawski Let’s face it: In times of uncertainty, it’s easy for the media, organizations and the public to get caught up in the hype and fall prey to misinformation. A Washington Post-ABC News poll found that nearly two-thirds of Americans are concerned about a widespread Ebola epidemic in the United States. […]

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