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Tag Archives: media
US president Barack Obama, it was reported at the beginning of the year, had given the fewest press conferences in his first four-year term than any of his several immediate predecessors. Wow, that sounds concerning. After all, this is the … Continue reading
I wish my media colleagues would stop parroting uninformed statements from Jamaican officials about suing American media houses, without some context at the very least. Remember former Prime Minister Bruce Golding claiming that he was going to sue US network … Continue reading
I had a post all written on my problems with how politicians view the media. Then I deleted it all. Every party in government (in Jamaica at least) thinks the media are against them. That’s a necessary part of the … Continue reading
One experienced public relations practitioner was offended by my post “More Tips from the Newsroom” suggesting that breakfasts and lunches are not efficient ways of sharing information as they waste time. The offense was, I believe, primarily because of my … Continue reading
My first post on this issue received fervent Amens from my colleagues, so here are a few more. 1. DON’T DON’T DON’T try to use our Marketing Departments to put pressure on Editorial to carry your stories. Does it work? … Continue reading
Apparently, anyone can be a “communications consultant” (often also known as a public relations manager). It seems to be the easiest way to give somebody a job, even if they know nothing about communications and one isn’t sure who they are consulting. … Continue reading