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CLICK HERE TO WATCH OUR 2ND ANNIVERSARY EPISODE LIVE ON JUNE 11

This week, we are celebrating our second anniversary on air in a big way with big talent.

Watch our special, All-Star Panel Episode LIVE Right Here on June 11, 2014
8 pm EST

Experts Discuss 2014 Trends, Give Tips on Crisis & Reputation Management

Episode #59 of The Crisis Show, which aired January 8, 2014, was a 90-minute special episode that looked back on some crisis/reputation events of 2013 and offered real world advice to leaders in the areas of crisis management, crisis communications, social media, emergency management and workplace violence.

Host Rich Klein was joined by Mike McKenna, Felix P. Nater, Krishna De, Jonathan Bernstein, Erik Bernstein, Shel Holtz and Jane Jordan-Meir.

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Rich Klein

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Tel: 347-903-7361 (including sponsorship requests, guests inquiries)

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Rich Klein

Rutgers & Louisville: Tale of Two College Sports Teams

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Episode #33 of The Crisis Show, which aired on April 3, 2013, explored college sports crises, tied to the breaking news of Mike Rice, the Rutgers University men's basketball coach who was fired a few hours before our show. We also examined the heartwarming story of Kevin Ware, the University of Louisville guard who broke his leg during the NCAA tournament. 

Host Rich Klein was joined by Karen Freberg, Ph.D, Ass’t Professor of Strategic Communications at the University of Louisville; Phil Kinard, starting center for men’s basketball team at SUNY-New Paltz in the early 1980’s and Gene Bentz, guard-forward for the Columbia University men’s basketball team in the mid 1970’s.

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Rich Klein at Rich Klein Crisis Management

 

College Sports Crises (Rutgers) & Institutional Reputation (Louisville) on The Crisis Show Tonight

Tune in at 7 pm EDT tonight for an “All-Star” panel that will look at college sports crises and their impact on the institution’s reputation.

First, we’ll look at the fiasco surrounding Rutgers University and its men’s basketball coach, Mike Rice, who could be terminated by the time we go on air.

Then, we’ll talk about how the injury to University of Louisville’s Kevin Ware resulted in a social media wildfire — but also an opportunity for the student athlete and the university to enhance Louisville’s reputation.

We’ll be joined by Karen Freberg, a professor of strategic communications at the University of Louisville and a former collegiate athlete (track and field) herself.

We’re also expecting two former NCAA men’s basketball players – including one from Columbia who played in December 1975 at Madison Square Garden against Bobby Knight’s 1976 NCAA championship team.

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Founder/Host Rich Klein

Episode 9 – Our Special Back To School Issue

This week (August 15, 2012) on The Crisis Show we aired a special one-hour “Back to School” segment with very insightful guests, who we were honored to have.

Our Three Guests

Karen Freberg
Karen is an assistant professor in Strategic Communications at the University of Louisville and also is an adjunct faculty member for West Virginia University in the Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Graduate Online program. Freberg has presented at several U.S. and international research conferences and has been published in several book chapters and in academic journals such as Public Relations Review, Media Psychology Review, and Health Communication. Her research interests are in public relations, social media, crisis communications, and mobile technologies.

Gail Glover
Gail is the Senior Director of Media and Public Relations at Binghamton University, SUNY. She has been in the world of strategic communication, public and
media relations for close to 20 years. Over the course of her career, she has managed both internal and external communications activities, developing strategies for crisis management, advocacy efforts and community relations. Gail has presented at several U.S. conferences and has led her team to national recognition for efforts in social media, crisis communication, advocacy and outreach activities.

Philip Lentz
Philip is the Director of Public Affairs at New York University. He is veteran public affairs professional who has served as a spokesman for government agencies, political campaigns and nonprofit organizations. He was also an award-winning journalist for many years who covered national and local politics for such publications as the Chicago Tribune and Crain’s New York Business. He has published a novel, a political thriller titled “The Corcoran Affair,” and he lives in Manhattan.

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Links worth checking out

Karen briefly discussed the Project EPIC from the University of Colorado. To learn more about this project, click here.

Here’s a link to the work Leysia Palen and her team are doing with new media and crisis communications over at the University of Colorado.

Here’s a link about how one university, Texas A&M, is busy informing its critical audiences that a shooting did NOT happen on its campus but a few blocks away.

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