Blogs can be a funny thing – as can social media in general. At best, a blog post can provide perspective and perhaps constructive criticism. At the other end of the spectrum, they can appear to attack or deride (albeit often deserved). Far too seldom, though, do they celebrate or thank or spotlight something or … Continued
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It doesn’t take a PR analyst to tell you that in his nationally-televised and much-tweeted about press conference, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, a man most of the country had never heard of before made a bad situation if not worse, then certainly more weird. You wouldn’t be wrong if you picked a cliche to describe … Continued
Roger Stone is back in the news again and seemingly loving every minute of it. To put the recent indictments against him into context, I recommend watching the Netflix documentary “Get Me Roger Stone,” as I did this weekend. With his full cooperation, the filmmakers laid out his entire story and it’s enlightening. But in … Continued
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – Michigan State University student Max Holden has joined the Tanner Friedman Strategic Communications team as their 2019 spring intern. In his role, Holden will actively engage in and learn about all areas of the public relations field, including media relations, client communications and strategic planning, social media and brand building. At … Continued
When working with clients in crisis, of any magnitude, there’s a question I think about every day. “Are we closer to the end of this than to the beginning?” If the answer is “no,” there needs to be some sort of movement toward “yes.” The goal should always be getting out of crisis. Sadly, for … Continued
Again, life imitates art. In this case, it could be the first step toward a business tragedy It’s as if, just like in the 1987 movie “Wall Street,” someone called the Wall Street Journal, like the fictional “Wall Street Chronicle,” and fed the tip “Blue Horseshoe Loves Gannett.” The Journal reports Digital First Media, the … Continued