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.
Episode #22 of The Crisis Show, recorded on January 2, 2013, was a discussion about crisis management/crisis communications issues connected to the mass shooting tragedy in Newtown, CT on December 14, 2012.
Our hearts go out to the families and friends of the victims and to all the people of Newtown, CT.
Host Rich Klein was joined by Mike McKenna, a security consultant with Team Solutions in Fort Worth, TX; TJ Hanlon, director of operations/security for the New York State Bridge Authority and former spokesperson for the Dutchess County, NY Sheriff’s Office, and Greg Brooks, a public affairs specialist with the West Third Group in Las Vegas, NV.
Join us for the next live episode of The Crisis Show via YouTube on January 9, 2013. Our scheduled guest is Brad Phillips, known as “Mr. Media Training” and author of a new book, “The Media Training Bible.”
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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 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 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.