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30 of the Worst Media Interviews of All Time

We’ve decided to update our ‘worst media interviews of all time’ post.  Please do suggest new additions as we plan to constantly update this thread. As a public relations agency, we often organise media training to help clients prepare for interviews both on and off camera. These videos illustrate classic examples of what can go […]

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The Worst Broadcast Media Walk Outs

  We’ve already showcased some infamous media interview blips in Worst Media Interviews of All Time. What about those occasions when an interviewee abruptly walks out, refusing to answer any more questions and dramatically terminating the interview? Media walk outs are the cardinal sin of broadcast interviews, and while certain celebrities might welcome the backlash of […]

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29 of the Worst Media Interviews of All Time

We’ve decided to update our ‘worst media interviews of all time’ post.  Please do suggest new additions as we plan to constantly update this thread. As a public relations agency, we often organise media training to help clients prepare for interviews both on and off camera. These videos illustrate classic examples of what can go […]

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Seven of the Worst Media Interviews of All Time

These are seven of the worst media interviews of all time. (I’ve recently edited this post to add the seventh). As a public relations professional I often organise media training and these videos are classic examples of what can go wrong and why preparation counts. I’d love any suggestions for videos to add to this […]

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Journalism Warning Labels

All people with an interest in PR and media will find these interesting. This is the type of content that I normally share on Posterous, but I liked these labels so much that I reposted it here. This sticker’s mainly for celebrity articles: Starsuckers did a good job of showing just how little verification is […]

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Newser – my latest news curation tool of choice

Newser has recently come to my attention and is a news curation tool – or in other words, a user generated or edited take on what’s happening in the world. I have been banging on about curation to my colleagues and anyone who would care to listen for a long time and some people agree […]

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Two tools to build and destroy reputation

Two sites came to my attention this week, which gives power to the social media mob, helping build and destroy reputations. The first site is Brandkarma.com, which allows users to rate and comment on brands. I can see this taking off given the ability to link to Twitter and Facebook. Campaigning groups will love this […]

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What a day!

What a day! My little baby Armand Eric Harry Crawford was born. I was shortlisted in 72 Point’s Name and Fame list: http://www.72point.com/blog/name-and-fame/ And, last but not least, Liverpool lost yesterday, which could deny them Champions League football next year. Result. All this success and it is only lunchtime…

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Toyota Product Recall Google Ads

Toyota is using Google adverts to channel communication about their product recall. This screen shot was taken from www.popurls.com What is different from other product recall advertisements is that this example is promoting Toyota’s news page on their site which is giving out the latest updates on the crisis. It could be an attempt to […]

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